I take issue with cacio's appraisal of Carillon Pour Un Ange by Tauer.
Indeed, it is not a limp-wristed, bright scent, to be sure, but rather a sedate, much like the lily of the valley itself, scent. The muguet is lifted by its soft and, at times, indolic environs.
A really beautiful fragrance, the muguet reverberates within the composition with other notes, to elicit a wide, evocative spectrum, again, much like the flower itself. See ↓↓↓:
Carillon Pour Un Ange by Tauer - One is initially treated to an inspiring, spring bouquet. A somewhat spicy rose, a rosy, vanillic lilac, a sensual, fruity ylang ylang and a timidly sweet hyacinth, all wonderfully align. An errant hint of wet cardboard flickers. A green carpet of violet leaf, with its mowed grass character, carries the exhilarating nosegay to the waiting middle. Here, a lovely lily of the valley subsumes the opening, imparting its wondrous, sweetish freshness. This glorious muguet, in addition to inherent delicacy, bares its woody and green features as well as its faint muskiness. And, a subservient jasmine sprinkles its fruity sweetness. A soft leather gracefully serves as an exquisite background. Transitioning to the enhancing base, the splendor of the lily of the valley is lifted by a fascinating labdanum, which contributes its richly aromatic facets of wood, leather, earth and ambergris. A foresty and peat-like oakmoss adds its finishing touch. An alluring drydown ensues. This well-constructed, elegant composition has average projection and good longevity.