The accordion / sax duets are still unstoppable, see the duo Vincent Peirani / Emile Parisien, or the oldest Richard Galliano / Michel Portal association, stamps and phrasing of the two instruments are complementary diabolically ... recall also for memory both are reed instruments.
The "Wind from East to West" project just released a few weeks ago with the cooperation of the company "Buffet Crampon" well-known instrument maker and the "Phoenix" national stage Valenciennes, like what they is not that good mouthpiece of Paris, QED!
This project, therefore, is the result of the meeting there are four years between accordionist / compositeurEric Comère and saxophonist Michel Supera.
Note that Michel Supera artist is "Buffet Crampon" for two years and played on the new range "Senzo" manufacturer, which provides instruments of precision, quality stamps and flexibility of play, revolutionary ... obvious to listening to this project!
On the CD, except two songs, one of Tony Murena, one of Hermeto Pascoal, all compositions are Eric Comère.
The project is divided roughly into two parts, the second being "Bulgarian inspiration" a kind of double concerto onto which are the string quartet "Joachim" and Olivier Talpaert bass.
A beautiful suite, inspired and profound.
The music of Eric Comère is beautiful, bright and fluid.
Also remarkably served by two virtuoso musicians without any ostentation, the signature of the great artists.
A musical journey through many cultures and rich and varied influences.
Fluidity and musicality are the watchwords felt listening to this nugget.
To say that I liked it mildly, I LOVED !!
• George Kiosseff: producer at France Inter, France Culture director, director of music in France daily and weekly programs
• To hear the title "Evocation" of East West Winds > click here <
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