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Orchestre National De Jazz, Paolo Damiani - Charmediterranéen

  • Performer: Orchestre National De Jazz, Paolo Damiani
  • Title: Charmediterranéen
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Country: Germany
  • Record source: CD, Album
  • Released: 17 Jun 2002
  • Style: Contemporary Jazz
  • Label: ECM Records
  • Cat#: ECM 1828, 018 493-2
  • MP3 album: 1548 mb
  • FLAC album: 1913 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 566
Orchestre National De Jazz, Paolo Damiani - Charmediterranéen

Tracklist

1Epilogo
Soloist – Gianluca Petrella
2:58
2Sequenze Orfiche
Composed By – Gianluigi Trovesi
3Sequenza Seconda
Soloist – Brahem, de Pourquery
7:43
4Estramadure
Composed By – François Jeanneau
5Part 2
Soloist – Gianluigi Trovesi
2:46
6Sequenza Terza
Soloist – Collignon, Petrella, Benoit
2:52
7Part 1
Soloist – Huby, Damiani
6:07
8Artefact
Composed By – Anouar Brahem
9Part 2
Soloist – Collignon, Jeanneau
9:09
10Sequenza Prima
Soloist – Huby, Damiani, Rogers, Petrella, Vankenhove, Collignon
1:52
11Prologo: L'Orfeo
Composed By – Claudio MonteverdiTranscription By, Arranged By – Gianluigi Trovesi
1:04
12Argentiera
Composed By – Paolo DamianiSoloist – Larché, Huby
5:42
13Part 3
Soloist – Benoit, Marguet, Vankenhove
7:07
14Montbéliard Trio
Composed By – Brahem, Trovesi, Damiani
1:46
15Part 1
Soloist – Brahem, Trovesi
8:56
16Charmediterranéen
Composed By – Paolo DamianiSoloist – Brahem, Trovesi, Larché, Collignon, Rogers, Huby
14:28
17Argentiera
Composed By – Paolo DamianiPerformer [Trio] – Brahem, Trovesi, Damiani
2:38
18Sequenza Quarta1:06


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ECM 1828, 440 018 493-2Orchestre National De Jazz, Paolo Damiani w/ Anouar Brahem and Gianluigi Trovesi Orchestre National De Jazz, Paolo Damiani w/ Anouar Brahem and Gianluigi Trovesi - Charmediterranéen ‎(CD, Album)ECM Records, ECM RecordsECM 1828, 440 018 493-2US2002


Credits

  • Artwork [Video Images From A Production Of Roberto Masotti With]Christina Catalani
  • Artwork [Video Images From A Production Of]Roberto Masotti
  • Cello, Directed By [Artistic And Musical Direction]Paolo Damiani
  • Clarinet [Piccolo Clarinet], Alto Saxophone, GuestGianluigi Trovesi
  • Double BassPaul Rogers
  • DrumsChristophe Marguet
  • EngineerGérard de Haro
  • Engineer [Assistant]Gilles Olivesi
  • GraphicsSascha Kleis
  • GuitarOlivier Benoit
  • Liner Notes [French Translation]Valeria Tasca
  • Liner Notes [Italian, English]Paolo Damiani
  • OrchestraOrchestre National De Jazz
  • Oud, GuestAnouar Brahem
  • Photography By [Booklet Pages 7, 10]Mephisto
  • Photography By [Cover Photo, Booklet Pages 11, 12, 13]Roberto Masotti
  • ProducerL'Association Pour Le Jazz En Orchestre National
  • Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Baritone SaxophoneJean-Marc Larché
  • Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor SaxophoneThomas de Pourquery
  • Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Directed By [Musical Codirection]François Jeanneau
  • SousaphoneDidier Havet
  • TromboneGianluca Petrella
  • Trumpet [Pocket Trumpet], Flugelhorn, VoiceMédéric Collignon
  • Trumpet, FlugelhornAlain Vankenhove
  • ViolinRégis Huby


Notes

Recorded in concert at Palot/L'Allan
Scène Nationale de Montbéliard, October 15 and 16 2001

Mixed at Studios La Buissonne, Pernes-les-Fontaines

℗ 2002 ECM Records GmbH
© 2002 ECM Records GmbH


Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 44001 84932 9
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 02516
  • SPARS Code: DDD


Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ECM Records GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – ECM Records GmbH
  • Made By – Universal M & L, Germany
  • Recorded At – Palot/L'Allan
  • Mixed At – Studios La Buissonne


Album

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist Sample. Damiani said that this album was inspired by the sea which, like music, moves fluidly and can seep into and unite rigid and separate worlds. Judging from the only other review, which I am trying to complement here, some may hear too much music and not enough BrahemTrovesiDamiani, as it were. Orchestra National de Jazz is a French jazz ensemble originally created at the initiation of Jack Lang, at that time Minister of Culture. Its first leader was François Jeanneau. François Jeanneau : soprano and tenor saxophone, director. François Chassagnite, Michel Delakian, Christian Martinez, Éric Mula : trumpet, bugle. Jean-Louis Damant, Denis Leloup, Yves Robert : trombone. Didier Havet, tuba. Éric Barret, Jean-Louis Chautemps, Richard Foy, Pierre-Olivier Govin : tenor and soprano saxophone. Orchestre National de Jazz. Джаз 2002. Paolo Damiani, Orchestre National de Jazz, Anouar Brahem & Gianluigi Trovesi. Sequenza Seconda. Sequenza Terza. Sequenza Quarta. Estramadure, Part 1. Cello, Directed By Paolo Damiani Clarinet. 15 tracks 76:14. 1986 was the Orchestre National de Jazz at the initiative of the musicologist Maurice Fleuret under Jack Lang as Minister of Culture founded. The orchestra is funded by the French Republic. The current artistic director, was raised an ensemble together. of musical styles that have developed over the centuries in the area encompassing the Iberian and Italian peninsulas, southern France and western North Africa, it features melodies. The seeds for the Orchestre National de Jazz were planted in 1982, when Frances Ministry of Culture set out to promote non-classical forms of music in general, and jazz in particular. The ONJ was at the forefront of this movement and, since its establishment in 1985, has cut across musical divides with utmost professionalism and slick telepathy. This album comes from a period under the artistic vision of cellist and double-bassist Paolo Damiani, who spearheaded the ensemble between 2000 and 2002. Although Damiani had previously appeared on ECM as part of the Italian Instabile Orchestra see Skies Of Europe, his presence here gains frontline recognition



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