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Blanc, Michel

Les Onze Tableaux De L'escouade

Blanc, Michel: Les Onze Tableaux De L'escouade (D'Autres Cordes)

French jazz and rock drummer Blanc in an album of extended compositions using unique structures and vocal styles, fascinating colors and tones for unusual works.
 

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Michel Blanc-drums, vibraphone, percussion

Jean-Luc Capozzo-trumpet, bugle

Antonin Rayon-organ

Sandrine Robilliard-cello

Eloise Decazes-voice

Tom Gareil-vibraphone

Aurelien Besnard-clarinet


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UPC: 634479624070

Label: D'Autres Cordes
Catalog ID: dac 131
Squidco Product Code: 9485

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2007
Country: France
Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve

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French jazz and rock drummer Blanc in an album of extended compositions using unique structures and vocal styles, fascinating colors and tones for unusual works.


Artist Biographies

"Antonin Rayon (* 1976) is a French jazz musician (piano, Hammond organ, Clavinet).

Rayon had piano lessons from the age of six, first with Victoria Melki in Paris, then to study at the Ecole de Jazz et de Musiques Actuelles in Lausanne and at the Conservatory in Nîmes . He worked from the early 2000s, mainly as a keyboardist and organist u. a. with Marc Ducret, Alexandra Grimal, Sylvaine Hélary (Spring Roll). In 2013, he played in the quartet with Richard Bonnet, Tony Malaby and Tom Rainey in New York City, the album Warrior (margin). As a pianist he played with Marc Ducret (Tower Bridge, 2014) and Dominique Pifarély (Tracé provisoire, ECM 2016). In the field of jazz he was involved between 2003 and 2015 in nine recording sessions, most recently with Dominique Pifarély (Trace Provisoire)."

-Wikipedia (Translated by Google) (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonin_Rayon)
4/10/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Dans Les Plaines

2. Secteur De Souain

3. L'offensive D'octobre

4. 16 Mars

5. Les Sacrifiés

6. Le Bois En Hache

7. Le Regard Des Embusqués

8. Les Mutineries

9. L'élan Final

10. Vos Noms Sur La Pierre

11. Le Visage D'amélief

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Unusual Vocal Forms
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