Formulas

 
 

Mirthe proposes a large repertoire, covering different styles of music and several decades of songs. If you’re looking to organize a concert, you can choose the formula that best suits the venue, its audience and its possibilities.


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According to format

According to style

  1. Pop rock from the 90s to today.
    With “Shallow” (Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper), “One of us” (Joan Osborne), “Chasing cars” (Snow Patrol), “Le vent nous portera” (Noir Désir), “What’s up” (4 Non Blondes) and many others.

  2. Folk rock from the 60s and 70s. Solo gig or together with Terry Lark on the double bass.
    With “Blowing in the wind” (Bob Dylan), “Diamonds & Rust” (Joan Baez), “Folsom Prison Blues” (Johnny Cash), “A horse with no name” (America), “Dust in the wind” (Kansas) and many others.

  3. American, Irish and British traditionals.
    With “The House of the Rising Sun”, “Silver Dagger”, “Down by the Salley Gardens”, “Greensleeves”, “Scarborough Fair” and many others.

According to theme

  1. Tribute to female singer-songwriters.
    With “Rolling in the deep” (Adèle), “Black horse and the Cherry Tree” (KT Tunstall), “Soak up the Sun” (Sheryl Crow), “Jolene” (Dolly Parton), “I’d rather be” (Heather Nova) etc.

  2. Bob Dylan in French  “Les Yeux vers les Cieux” *
    With “S’envole dans le vent”, “Mr Tambourinaire”, “Chaque grain de sable”, “Les choses changent” etc.

  3. Les Traduitionnelles : American, Irish and British traditionals translated into French *
    With “La Maison du Lever d’Soleil”, “Dague d’argent”, “Là-bas près de la Saulaie”, “Manches-vertes”, “Scarborough Fair” etc.

  4. TradiNoël : traditional Christmas and Winter song from Western Europe, interpreted in their original language.
    With “Les anges dans nos campagnes”, “Stille Nacht”, “Deck the halls” etc.

  5. Irish music
    With “The Star of the County Down”, “Black Velvet Band”, “Bonny Portmore” etc.

  6. Spirituality & wellness
    With “Feeling Good” (musical), “Morning has broken” (trad.), “Hallelujah” (Leonard Cohen), “Every grain of sand” (Bob Dylan), “A new born child” (Sinéad O’Connor), etc.

According to instrument

  1. Exclusively accompanied on the guitar, for instance if there isn’t enough room for several instruments...

  2. Exclusively accompanied on the piano, for instance if the venue has a piano...

  3. Exclusively accompanied on the harp, for instance to create a particular atmosphere...

  4. Unless otherwise requested, Mirthe always brings all three instruments (except for the piano in case of the theme “TradiNoël or with the duo).

  1. Solo
    Just Mirthe (voice, guitar, piano, harp).

  2. Duo   (new!!!)
    Mirthe (chant, guitare & harpe) and Terry Lark (double bass) - only for the style folk rock, see below.

* The translations of the Bob Dylan songs and the traditionals are by Rémy Verneuil, who has tried to stay true as much as possible to the content, the meaning and the meter of the original songs - with the connotation that these things are always subject to some personal interpretation...