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Les Correspondances

Les Correspondances

Artist
Quatuor Voce
Arte Combo
Cover OTN638
Label(s)
Genre(s)
Jazz
Code
OTN638
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  • Danses de travers 1 & 3
    Composer(s) Erik Satie
    Artist(s) Christophe Panzani Arte Combo Quatuor Voce

    Danses de travers 1 & 3

    06:45
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  • Die grunen bohnen
    Composer(s) Christophe Panzani
    Artist(s) Christophe Panzani Arte Combo Quatuor Voce

    Die grunen bohnen

    09:47
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  • Ne dis pas “fontaine je ne boirai point de ton eau”
    Composer(s) Christophe Panzani
    Artist(s) Christophe Panzani Arte Combo Quatuor Voce

    Ne dis pas “fontaine je ne boirai point de ton eau”

    08:12
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  • La muse ménagère
    Composer(s) Darius Milhaud
    Artist(s) Christophe Panzani Arte Combo Quatuor Voce

    La muse ménagère

    06:02
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  • Mer calme à peu agitée
    Composer(s) Christophe Panzani
    Artist(s) Christophe Panzani Arte Combo Quatuor Voce

    Mer calme à peu agitée

    05:28
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  • Le regard du père
    Composer(s) Olivier Messiaen
    Artist(s) Christophe Panzani Arte Combo Quatuor Voce

    Le regard du père

    06:47
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Total running time: 43 minutes.

    Album information

    The new project of saxophonist and composer Christophe Panzani is a tribute to twentieth-century French art music and jazz, and the close relationship between them in the middle years of the century.

    When Ravel toured the United States, presenting his music and playing the piano, he caused a sensation, and at the same time was very impressed by the music he discovered there. This is one of the many examples testifying to the very close links that were forged between French composers inspired by the rhythms and colours of jazz, and jazz musicians who listened to the music of Debussy, Ravel, Milhaud, Varèse and others. For Panzani, the project is a way of claiming his place in this musical heritage, since he had a classical music education combined from a very young age with a passion for jazz. It is also a way of showing in music the ‘correspondences’ between these two worlds.

    All the music was written for piano and subsequently orchestrated and arranged by Panzani for this orchestral ensemble composed of a string quartet (the Quatuor Voce), a wind quintet (Arte Combo) and a jazz quintet with accordion and guitar.