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Monniot, Christophe & Grand Orchestre du Tricot: Jericho Sinfonia

Label: Ayler
Product Code: 25742
Catalog Code: AYLCD-156
Country: France
 
Price: $16.95



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A unique ensemble performing a long-form composition by French saxophonist Christophe Monniot with the 12-piece Grand Orchestre du Tricot, 12 movements that are punctuated by layered spoken words, a subtle and sophisticated work realized with performers including Roberto Negro, Florian Satche, Quentin Biardeau, Jean-Baptiste Lacou, &c.


Durio Zibethinus (Quentin Biardeau / Valentin Ceccaldi): Poissons Frais

Label: BeCoq
Product Code: 21743
Catalog Code: BeCOq02
Country: France
 
Price: $12.95



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Saxophonist Quentin Biardeau and cellist Valentin Ceccalid, also on percussion, are Durio Zibethinus, a duo from Orleans, France using traditional and unusual instruments to present unique free improvisations balancing powerful technique and just plain creative fun.


Walabix invite Maris: Walabix invite Maris

Label: BeCoq
Product Code: 21732
Catalog Code: Be Coq 09
Country: France
 
Price: $12.95



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The French quartet or Quentin Biardeau on sax, Gabriel Lemaire on sax and clarinet, Valentin Ceccaldi on cello, Adrien Chennebault on drums and guest trumpeter Bart Maris in a set of composed, structured, and freely improvised pieces, with an ear to lyricism.


Bardeau / Couratier / Lecinte / Lemaire: Quaturo Machaut

Label: Ayler
Product Code: 21389
Catalog Code: AYLCD-147
Country: France
 
Price: $16.95



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Taking their name from composer Guillaume de Machaut, Quentin Biardeau directs his saxophone quartet as they reinterpret his 1365 polyphonic mass "Messe de Nostre Dame", using the resonance of the the Abbey of Noirlac, France to enhance these beautifully paced compositions.