Entertainment Why Dany Brillant does not release the song offered by Charles Aznavour before his death
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Dany Brillant sings Aznavour, it is the title of the new album of. Dany Brillant takes up the classics of the singer , and who offered him a text that he did not want to set to music, as he explained .
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Three months before his death, Charles Aznavour indeed offered words to Dany Brillant. "I went to Charles Aznavour's, there was a large pool table on which there were lots of texts waiting for music," recalls the singer. "He asked me to choose one and he gave it to me."
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This text does not appear in the tribute album that Dany Brillant devotes to Charles Aznavour. "I especially wanted to sing his hits that everyone knows, whether it's a family record," he explains. "I was afraid people would compare a new song to the old songs. I was too shy."
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Dany Brillant did not even try to transform this text into a song. "I didn't set it to music, because I took this text more like a talisman," he explains. "It's actually something pretty secret."
The singer does not say more about the theme of this text or what he says. But does not exclude that the public can hear it in the future. "I kept it to myself. But maybe one day, I'll sing it," predicts Dany Brillant.
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