Clermezine Clermeille is the patroness of music and harmony in Haitian Vodou. She is of Rada origin and is believed to live in a crystal and diamond palace in the depth of the ocean, where music is always playing.
In Haiti, the loa Clermezine Clermeille is mostly served in the northern part of the country. 
She is associated with the Catholic Saint Cécile.


Here is a song that usually is sing for her when she comes in possession:

Sa ki mande pou Klèmèzin di yo li la Agoe
Sa ki mande pou Klèmèzin di yo li la Agoe
Bèl bagay ou pa janm wè
Bèl bagay ou pa janm wè
Klèmezin soti anba dlo
li pral danse vyolon
Klèmèzin ki soti anba dlo
Li pral danse piyano
Klèmèzin ki soti anba dlo li pral danse


Whoever asks for Clermezine tell them she is there Agoe
Whoever asks for Clermezine tell the she is there Agoe
Beatiful things you've never seen
Beautiful things you've never seen
Clermezine came under the water
She is going to dance to the violin
Clermezine came under the water
She is going to dance to the piano
Clermezine came under the water she is going to dance.