Release Date: November 12th, 2017
‘L’Oiseau’ is a French song composed by Éric Demarsan and Daniel White, with lyrics by Cécile Aubry. It serves as the credits for the television series Sébastien parmi les hommes. The title, published in 1968, was recorded by Bruno Victoire Polius and rewritten by Calogero.
The lyrics talks about the clear mists and the winter mornings and about a special connection between little Sebastien with his dog named Belle.
The album represents a deeply emotional journey about Nandita childhood in Switzerland and her love for animals. The song speaks about hope, childhood and universal spirituality.
Cançao Do Mar
Release Date: October 13th, 2017
‘Canção do Mar’ is a traditional Portuguese Fado song with lyrics by Frederico de Brito and music by Ferrer Trindade. It was sung by Amália Rodrigues in 1955 and Dulce Pontes, under the title “Loneliness”, for the film The Lovers of the Tagus. The song talks about love and the depth of the sea. Mixing poetry and melancolia. Nandita Natarajan sings in Portuguese in honnor of her mother.
J’Veux Pas Choisir
Release Date: November 2nd, 2002
‘J’Veux Pas Choisir’ is the song that made Nandita known in Switzerland, France and in Canada. Discovered at the age of 12 by Alain Morisod, she recored her first title at the age of 14. First title and first success for the young singer.
“At age 3, her rattle became her microphone. She dreamt of a professional career ever since. Her song ‘J’Veux Pas Choisir’, has overwhelmed our jury. To be able to make an entire audience cry at the age of 15, shows the rise of a great artist” – Télé Top Matin Press