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Baysse, Jeremy: In C (Creative Sources)

Recording in live conditions and multitrack, French guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Baysse performs a version of Terry Riley's classical minimalist composition "In C" using electric guitar, acoustic guitar, twelve string guitar, effects, banjo, bass, glockenspiel, maracas, cymbal, mandolin, synthesizer, percussion, and drum machine.
 

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Jeremy Baysse-electric guitar, acoustic guitar, twelve string guitar, effects, banjo, bass, glockenspiel, maracas, cymbal, mandolin, synthesizer, percussion, drum machine


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UPC: 5609063406917

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs691
Squidco Product Code: 30354

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2020
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded in live at Studio des combes in April, 2020, by the artist.

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Recording in live conditions and multitrack, French guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Baysse performs a version of Terry Riley's classical minimalist composition "In C" using electric guitar, acoustic guitar, twelve string guitar, effects, banjo, bass, glockenspiel, maracas, cymbal, mandolin, synthesizer, percussion, and drum machine.



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"Jérémy Baysse is guitarist, composer and arranger, he starts the guitar at age 15 following classes in rock and then jazz. He quickly climbed his first bands ranging from rock to funk through improvised music, African music, jazz and song.

As a composer, he follows courses in writing, harmony, counterpoint, composes and arranges for the jazz Big Band, theater companies, for documentaries and short films.

He accompanies the singer Emmanuelle Bercier between 2005 and 2015 and realizes the disc with the article of the love.

From 2005, he multiplies the creations for the cine-concert with the films Nosferatu of Murnau, Chang of Cooper and Schoedsack, Nanouk the esquimau of Flaherty, Go West of Buster Keaton, short films Dada.

In 2009, he was musical director, arranger and actor of Jean-Marie Sillard's Théâtre du lavoir for the show The opera du gueux (Beggar's Opera) with 25 actors and 7 musicians.

In 2010, he worked on the creation of a young public show around Buster Keaton's "La Croisière du Navigator" on a commission of the young public programming associated with the TAP-Scène Nationale de Poitiers. He continues the youth-public cinema-concerts interactive show the demountable house.

In 2012, he starred Jeremy Baysse quintet for a film-concert on Russell Rouse's The Thief. The show is created in 2012 in co-production with the National Scene of Poitiers. The record of the show is released in January 2013.

From 2013, Jérémy trained in Soundpainting with Walter Thompson and François Jeanneau, he teaches this language in schools and colleges as well as in mediation actions around film concerts.

In 2013, he composed the music of the series G directed by Claire Eveillé and in 2014 the documentary Éphémère by William Rougier in 2015, the revealer of Jules Potier in 2016, the body of the old Louise Prémonville in 2017. It gives also conferences on music and cinema (RIHL 2013, conference-concert in colleges and high schools).

Jérémy Baysse also regularly teaches at the Poitiers Conservatory or during master-classes at various conservatories and music schools.

He currently plays with the trio Hors Bords with Julien Touery and Fabrice Favriou, in duet with bassist PY Desoyer, comedian Isabelle Bouhet and most often in cine-concert solo, duet, trio or quintet and of course many more current projects..."

-Jeremy Baysse Website (Translated by Google) (http://www.jeremybaysse.com/p/blog-page_19.html)
5/15/2024

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1. In C 1:01:33

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