Beverly Morata & Afternoon Instrumental Duet (Anthony Kwah on piano & Razip on double bass) performing “I Wish You Love” at Paragon Shopping Centre, Level 1, Orchard Road, Singapore on the afternoon of 16th Sep 2010. (Music En Vogue)
“I Wish You Love” is a popular song whose music was written by Leo Chauliac, with French lyrics under the title “Que reste-t-il de nos amours?” (translated: “What is left of our loves?”) by Charles Trenet. The English title and lyrics are by Albert A. Beach. The original French lyric wistfully evokes memories of happier youthful days while the English version captures the same air of wistfulness. It was first recorded by Keely Smith in 1957 and has since become a standard, with many other recordings. Notable covers were released by Long John Baldry, Shirley Bassey, Ray Charles, Bette Davis, Dean Martin, Joni James, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Natalie Cole and Patricia Kaas.
Music En Vogue September 2010
Relax your mind and soothe your soul while you shop to the delightful rhythm of great music and songs.
AFTERNOON INSTRUMENTAL DUET
Daily (Except Tuesday)
Monday – Friday: 12:15pm & 1:15pm
Saturday & Sunday: 3pm & 4pm
With special appearance by Beverly Morata
Bright and energetic, powerful and sweet. These are the words one can use to describe Beverly. She was part of the ensemble cast in Action Theatre’s Chang & Eng and also played the role of Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof. Beverly also wowed the crowd with her musical talent at Sunrise Jazz Festival ’05 in Kuala Lumpur and ChiJazz Festival ’05 at Chijmes. Be here to catch her performance as she will tempt you with her sweet melodies, over and over again.