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   Les Violences De Rameau



Год издания : 2001

Компания звукозаписи : ECM

Музыкальный стиль : Avant-Garde Jazz, Modern Creative, Chamber Jazz

Время звучания : 56:59

Код CD : ECM 1588 (533128-2) (7 31453 31282 1)

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Free - Avant-Garde)      

Recorded September 1995 and January 1996

Track 1 based on "Les Boreades", act 1 / scene IV "contredanse et rondeau"; act 2 / scene IV "ecoutez lamour qui vous presse"

Track 2 based on "Les Boreades", act 1 / scene VIII "espe're tout de ce traite enchante"

Track 3 from "Les Boreades", act 8 / scene III

Track 4 based on "Les Boreades", act 2 / scene I "charmes trop dangereux"

Track 5 based on "Les Boreades", act 2 / scene VIII

Track 6 based on the second movement of "Concert En Sextuor, "La Boucon"

Track 7 based on "Les Boreades", act 3 / scene V "Gavottes"

Track 9 based on the air "leclat des roses" from "Les Indes Galantes", 3rd entre'e "les fleurs, fete persanne"

Track 10 based on "Dardanus", "entree dismenor"

Track 11 based on "Les Boreades", act 2 / scene VIII

"Le desespoir et toutes les passions qui portent a la fureur demandent des dissonances de toutes especes non preparees." Jean-Philippe Rameau

"Les Violences de Rameau" was comissioned by the French Ministery of Culture and first performed on February 24, 1994 at the Theatre de la Renaissance in Oullins.

Francis Lassus plays Sonor drums and Zildjian cymbals.

Recorded September 1995 and January 1996

Studios La Buissonne, Pernes les Fontaines

Maybe because he is French, or perhaps simply due to his iconoclastic nature, clarinetist Louis Sclavis has a knack for producing provocative recordings that somehow seem unrelated to anything else in the musical world. Commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture in 1994, this suite incorporates a wonderfully melodic character that focuses on an unusual front line of clarinet (or soprano sax), trombone, and violin (acoustic and electric), supported by bass, piano, and drums. There is some spectacular improvising by all participants, but Sclavis and the highly underrated trombonist, Yves Robert, are particularly effective. Sclavis' compositions are anything but conventional, using rock rhythms, classical structures, and modern jazz harmonies to brush strokes of many colors. The hard driving drums of Francis Lassus give some of the tracks an appropriate pop feel, while elsewhere genres collide and mix, producing chamber jazz, avant garde harmonies, and everything in between. While Sclavis never lets it get too cute, there are occasional times when some of the solos could have used a bit of editing. Those who appreciate the remarkable writing and performance skills of Louis Sclavis will not be disappointed, though, and those who have yet to be introduced to this international innovator should find much to savor.

All Music Guide


  Соисполнители :

Bruno Chevillon (Double Bass)
Dominique Pifarely (Violin)
Francis Lassus (Drums)
Francois Raulin (Keyboards, Piano)


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   1 Le Diable Et Son Train         0:08:47 Raulin
   2 De Ce Trait Enchante         0:08:32 Sclavis
   3 Venez Punir Son Injustice         0:01:04  
   4 Charmes         0:03:48 Gibert
   5 La Torture D'Alphise         0:02:26 Lassus, Robert
   6 Usage De Faux         0:06:05 Pifarely
   7 Reponses A Gavotte         0:08:36 Sclavis
   8 Charmes         0:00:49 Gibert
   9 Pour Vous... Ces Quelques Fleurs         0:04:10 Chevillon
   10 Ismenor         0:08:38 Raulin
   11 Post-Mesotonique         0:04:03 Robert

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