First Album Of Maëla Raoult Is available on all digital platforms

Avalon (Isle of apple trees in Celt) is known to be the place where King Arthur’s sword Excalibur was forged. It’s the Island where the King was taken, welcomed and treated by the enchantress Morgan to recover from being gravely wounded at the Battle of Camlann. It’s also a song written by Al Jolson, Vincent Rose & Buddy Desylva. For this first album, Maëla arranged famous jazz standards and unconditional instrumentals like Beautiful Love, Oleo, Sing Sing Sing, Have you met miss Jones and The blue Room. You’ll be able to recognize an inimitable classical sound and tinkling phrasing on the clarinet and bass clarinet. Her improvisations and arrangements are as well influenced by must-see Jazz greats, indispensable classical soloists and contemporary music creators.

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Maëla Raoult – Avalon