She has been called "la voz de la sirena" or the voice of a mermaid due to the quality of her voicewww.Daniellelicari.com[]most of her recorded music are popular “classical music themes” composed originally for instruments rather than voice, while the arrangements consist generally of large orchestral ensembles mixed with a pop-rock band instrumentation. She also incorporated pop-rock elements that made her music very appealing to the general public. Her singing style has influenced Japanese Anime soundtracks of 1980s such as Seiji Yokoyama (Saint Seiya). In 1968, she recorded “Treize jours en France” composed by Francis Lai; she also recorded a second version of “Love Story” dedicated to her by the same composer. In 1972, she submitted her song "Au cœur d'une chanson" to compete in the Eurovision contest representing France. The French committee selected Betty Mars and her song “Come-Comedie” instead. Her songs are found in easy listening CD compilations worldwide. In July 1978, she premiered with The Quebec Symphony Orchestra and the choir of St-Dominique Church a musical drama called “Concerto pour Helene” in honour of Helene Boule, the wife of the founder of Quebec City, as part of the city’s 370th anniversary celebrations.
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