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Drifting Box Celebration : Noeud-Col (BeCoq)

Since 2010 the French band Drifting Box Celebration has blurred the lines between jazz, free improvisation and contemporary compositional music, led by drummer and composer Sylvain Marty and here with Stephane Arbon on double bass, Franck Pilandon on saxophones, Clement Gibert on clarinet & saxophone, David Audinet on trombone and Alexandre Peronny on cello.
 

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Sylvain Marty-drums, composition

Stephane Arbon-double bass

Franck Pilandon-saxophones

Clement Gibert-clarinet, saxophone

David Audinet-trombone

Alexandre Peronny-cello


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Label: BeCoq
Catalog ID: BeCoq16
Squidco Product Code: 31561

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2015
Country: France
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold

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Since 2010 the French band Drifting Box Celebration has blurred the lines between jazz, free improvisation and contemporary compositional music, led by drummer and composer Sylvain Marty and here with Stephane Arbon on double bass, Franck Pilandon on saxophones, Clement Gibert on clarinet, saxophone, David Audinet on trombone and Alexandre Peronny on cello.


Artist Biographies

Sylvain Marty is a French drummer and composer, known for the bands Drifting Box Celebration, the quartet of Marty/SŽbastien Cirotteau/Julien Martin/Nicolas Souchal, and Nicolas Souchal/Julien Martin/Sylvain Marty/Diemo Schwarz.

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/5758867-Sylvain-Marty)
5/23/2024

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Stéphane Arbon is a French bassist, known for the group Drifting Box Celebration and the quaret of Anne-Lise Foy/Laurence Pinchemaille/Stéphane Arbon/Leonore Grollemund.

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/5758866-St%C3%A9phane-Arbon)
5/23/2024

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Franck Pilandon is a French saxophonist, known for the groups Blackstone Orchestra, PilTrio, PG Project Jazz Septet, Solar Ship and Drifting Box Celebration.

-Jazz(s)RA (https://jazzsra.fr/author/franck-pilandon/)
5/23/2024

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Clément Gibert: "Born in 1977. Clarinetist then saxophonist, in 1998 he founded the Musique en Friche collective in Clermont-Ferrand (which brings together around ten musicians sharing the same interest in improvisation, whether radical or confronted with the framework of composition) . The collective has since enjoyed national influence through meetings and projects. It is these two notions, musical writing and improvisation, apparently dichotomous, which punctuate his research and his approach, allowing him to incorporate various projects into the field of live performance (theater, dance) where he exercises his work as a composer while incorporating his improvisational tools, for a dynamic and renewed expression. In addition to his active participation in Musique en Friche, the object of his attention for the affirmation of great aesthetic freedom, he collaborates with many other musical companies (L'auvergne Imaginée, Hémisphère, etc.) and it is politely, with regard to his elders, that he officially joined the ARFI in January 2010 with the groups Kif Kif, Vanishing Smile and Chant Bien Fatal... "

-France Culture (Translated by Google) (https://www.franceculture.fr/personne-clement-gibert)
5/23/2024

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David Audinet is a French trombonist, known for the group Drifting Box Celebration and Bleu De Chauffe.

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/4671265-David-Audinet)
5/23/2024

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Alexandre Peronny: "After obtaining his diplomas (DEM) in cello and chamber music at the Conservatories of Clermont-Ferrand and Rueil-Malmaison, Alexandre showed a pronounced taste for eclecticism, which led him to work on aesthetic projects. diverse both in classical music (Orchestre d'Auvergne, Orchester Poitou Charente, Orchester Symphonique des Dômes, Duo Népenthès, Quatuor Basalt) and in contemporary music, alongside many artists of French songs (Roulotte poum tchak, Eryk.e, Yvan Marc) or more distant horizons (Auvergne imagined company, Babayaga, Jeff Toto Blues).

The meetings also led him to work with storytellers like Yannick Jaulin, theater companies like the DF company or the poetess Chantal Dupuy-Dunier. Alexandre had the chance to participate in musical trips abroad which led him to play in Japan, Scotland, Italy, Belgium or even Morocco. Alexandre has been principal cello of the Orchester Symphonique des Dômes since 2005. He teaches in the Demos Clermont-Ferrand project."

-Alexandre Peronny Website (Translated by Google) (https://www.alexandre-peronny.fr/)
5/23/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Step Turn 5:19

2. Noeud-col 6:06

3. Toupie 4:40

4. Power Move 7:14

5. Chute 5:19

6. Rouge 6:49

Related Categories of Interest:


Improvised Music
Jazz
Compositional Forms
Free Improvisation
Sextet Recordings
European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms

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