Sunday in Kyoto

Songs Gilles Vigneault Illustrations Stéphane Jorisch
Patrick Watson, Coral Egan, Thomas Hellman, Ndidi O, Jessica Vigneault

The title track “Sunday in Kyoto” tells the story of a Cajun musician who lives with his Japanese partner in Kyoto, enjoying Sunday afternoon jam sessions with friends from far away places. The other songs on the album will give you the chance to meet Joe’s mother who snorts like a hog, to fall in love with little Miss Adèle who calls herself Hello and to bump into a rooster who serves eggs for breakfast… It’s zany-crazy and you’ll love it!

Age: 2-7 / Pub date: 2009


Gilles Vigneault, a member of the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, is hailed as one of Canada’s most important music figures of the 20th century, especially as a champion Québécois folksinger. His work often evokes his great love of nature and the passion he has for his hometown - Natashquan, a remote, wind-swept village on the banks of the St. Lawrence. He has received numerous distinctions including the "Grand prix du disque de l'Académie Charles-Cros" in France and the "Médaille Vermeil" by the City of Paris.


Stéphane Jorisch is a four-time winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award, the Ruth-Schwartz Children’s Book Award and The Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award. He has also created set designs for Le Cirque du Soleil.


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