A powerfully dense work, and a quiet and quirky piece for piano from pianist Demmier, whose song titles are quotations from the poem "One Island" by Robert Lax.
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Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs131
Squidco Product Code: 10430
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded and mixed at Audiocue.de in Berlin, April 2007 by Rainer Robben.
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"The pianist and composer Jacques Demierre was born in 1954 in Geneva. His musical itinerary is varied: improvisation, jazz contemporary music. As a composer, he is mainly self-taught. He writes for concert use, for the stage and for modern dance. He has received commissions for both jazz and contemporary music. The recording by singer Magali Schwartz of three pieces inspired by her voice is testimony to a rare artistic experience. Je deviendrai Médée, Désir d'azur: musique de danse and Bleu are the results of an intense collaboration which began in 1985-86 and, via vocal and instrumental improvisation, gradually led to a kind of common vocal territory, a veritable research laboratory which produced compositions as well as new ideas for vocal experimentation."-Musiques Suisses (https://www.musiques-suisses.ch/en/Jacques-Demierre/BLEUDESIR-D%27-AZUR-MUSIQUE-DE-DANSE-JE-DEVIENDRAI-MEDEE/id/221)
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A powerfully dense composition, offset by a quiet and quirky piece for prepared piano from pianist Jacques Demmier, who's song titles are quotations from the poem "One Island" by Robert Lax.
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