The trio of Antoine Berthiaume (guitar, percussion), Quentin SirJacq (piano, percussion) and Norman Teale (electronics) mix jazz, contemporary, and rock in an improvisational context.
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Label: Ambiances Magnetiques
Catalog ID: AM 135
Squidco Product Code: 4898
Packaging: Cardstock foldover
Recorded in Autumn 2004 at CCM Recording Studio and Concert Hall (Mills College), Oakland, CA by Norman Teale.
Antoine Berthiaume-guitar, percussion
Quentin SirJacq-piano, percussion
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1 Un petit morceau de visage (2004) 2:19
2 Cases and staircases (2004) 5:02
3 Freedom fried (2004) 1:55
4 Staring at a western time (2004) 4:23
5 Leaves and snows (2004) 4:12
6 Contemplating innuendo (2004) 5:37
7 Kawaidski (2004) 1:17
8 Comme un lézard sous le grand fouet du jour caniculaire (2004) 1:58
9 Nuclear times (2004) 3:47
10 À l'heure ou la mouche fait place au moustique (2004) 2:32
11 Spirals of the unresolved (2004) 4:37
12 40 pills (2004) 1:32
13 Interlude (2004) 2:51
14 Club six (2004) 2:40
descriptions, reviews, &c.
"It is often said that jazz is about innovation while paying due respect to tradition. Leaves and Snows is the work of three young musicians eager to make their voices heard and to share their music — very “actual” music, because it successfully brings together their diverse musical identities (jazz, contemporary music, rock…) in a free improvisation context. The result: music that addresses the listener, inviting him/her to widen his/her musical perception through countless variations and colors, without ever weakening the coherence of its poetical approach."-Ambiances Magnetiques
Canadian Composition & Improvisation