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At almost like period last year, Angèle Dubeau announced she was suffering from breast cancer and she temporarily withdrew from public life, the time to fight against the disease. For the first time in over 35 years, violinist had to postpone concerts, what she had never done before.

A few months later, in August, is a flourishing Angèle Dubeau, cured, Quebecers have found the Music Festival Tremblant. And today, the lady launches White, his 38th album, the album that helped him through this ordeal. She clung to his passion, music, and now offers its loyal fans the fruit of his months of introspection.

"This record tells a story, my story, that of a woman who, like many others, had to fight against the disease and serenely grown in spring, said Angèle Dubeau in a statement Tuesday. White is like purity, serenity. White to light music which, by their size and their evocative power, can bring inner peace. "

On White, internationally renowned musician takes with his female string orchestra, La Pietà, 14 pieces of 12 composers from very different backgrounds: Garry Schyman, Osvaldo Golijov, Adrian Munsey, Marjan Mozetich, Joe Hisaishi, François Dompierre, Ennio Morricone, Mark O'Connor, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Dave Brubeck, Cat Stevens and Shawn Phillips.

Some of these employees are raving at the talent of Angèle Dubeau.

"Angèle Dubeau know also paint when she plays," illustrated Russell Gloyd, a partner working long, comparing the bow of the artist brush and his violin, a palette. "It gives me almost like seeing something I had lost, so his game is worthy, tender and touching", for his part, said Joe Hisaishi. Marjan Mozetich, meanwhile, spoke of the brightness of sunlight, and a sunrise gradually reaching its full morning glory, to describe the emotions that music generates Angèle Dubeau home.

White was released on the Analekta label, the label owned by François Mario Labbé, spouse and manager of Angèle Dubeau.

For every copy of White elapsed, $ 2 will be donated to the Foundation for breast cancer in Quebec. The album is currently on sale.