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Orchestre National de Jazz: Charmediterranéen

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Orchestre National de Jazz: Charmediterranéen

Orchestre National de Jazz: Charmediterranéen
Jazz | Time 76:36 | APE 465 Mb | Mp3 320 207 Mb | Full Scan
Label: ECM 1828 | orig rec 2002


First ECM album by the French big band celebrated as an important institution in contemporary jazz. ONJ projects have stressed both the strength of French improvising and the potential for collaboration with musicians of other backgrounds and cultures.
For “Charmediterranéen” (“Mediterranean Spell”), the orchestra is joined by two artists familiar to ECM listeners: Tunisian oud master Anouar Brahem, and Italian reedman Gianluigi Trovesi. The ONJ operates a revolving leadership policy, with a new director elected every three years. Since 2000 the musical director has been the Italian cellist/composer Paolo Damiani, who has previously appeared on ECM’s recording of the Italian Instabile Orchestra.

Tracklist:

1. Prologo: l'Orfeo
2. Sequenza prima
3. Sequenza seconda
4. Sequenza terza
5. Sequenza quarta
6. Epilogo
7. Estramadure - part 1
8. Estramadure - part 2
9. Estramadure - part 3
10.Montbeliard Trio
11.Artefact - part 1
12.Artefact - part 2
13.Argentierra
14.Charmediterraneen
15.Argentierra

Personnel:

Paolo Damiani cello
Anouar Brahem oud
Gianluigi Trovesi piccolo clarinet, alto saxophone
François Jeanneau soprano sax, flute
Thomas de Pourquery soprano, alto and tenor saxophones
Jean Marc Larché soprano, alto and baritone saxophones
Médéric Collignon pocket trumpet, fluegelhorn, voice
Alain Vankenhove trumpet, fluegelhorn
Gianluca Petrella trombone
Didier Havet sousaphone
Régis Huby violin
Olivier Benoit guitar
Paul Rogers double-bass
Christophe Marguet drums

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