Listen to my French-language interview on “Les Oreilles d’Anne”

I recently participated in an episode of “Les Oreilles d’Anne,” a radio show normally broadcast out of Nantes, France. Its two hosts, Florent Bouchardeau and Lisa Focken, were in Montreal at the tail end of a trip across Eastern Canada, in which they had specifically set out to find out about the country’s Acadian musical traditions and contemporary scene. Beginning at 16:32 you can hear my interview with Florent and Lisa on the subject of my ongoing project to create a graphic novel about the Battle of the Plains of Abraham.

When you’re not used to hearing your voice recorded, it’s common to think, “do I really sound like that?” In this case, however, I also find myself thinking “Bon sang! Is my French really that bad?”

http://www.lesonunique.com/content/les-oreilles-danne-3

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4 Responses to Listen to my French-language interview on “Les Oreilles d’Anne”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Actually I found your French voice much more natural than your English Voice in the video for the Indian Festival. Besides your intonation sounded quite French to me 😉

    Frenchly yours ;-)))

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  2. Thanks, Julian. I would like to hear the part of the program where you were interviewed, but the session is one hour fifty-six minutes long. Can you tell me which part you are in?

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