UN DRAME MUSICAL INSTANTANÉ
À travail égal salaire égal
GRRR 1005 lp, 1982

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"The protagonists of this 'instantaneous musical drama' are as well sons of Bach, Schönberg, John Cage or Ligeti as of Duke Ellington, Coltrane or Shepp." (Jazz magazine)

First recording by the 15 piece orchestra of the DRAME. Features famous piece Crimes Parfaits where we can listen to a fantastic radio cut-up mixed with two orchestras. A tribute to Varese, Schönberg, Zappa and Ellington.

Jean-Jacques BIRGÉ (tape, piano, synthesizer, trumpet, vocals, etc)
Bernard VITET (conductor, trumpet, vocals, etc)
Francis GORGÉ (conductor, guitar, etc), Bruno GIRARD (violin)
Kent CARTER (viola, cello)
Jouk MINOR (gumbri, guitar, baritone sax)
Marie-Noëlle SABATELLI and Hélène BASS (cellos)
Geneviève CABANNES (double-bass)
Emmanuelle HURET (soprano)
Hélène SAGE (vocals, clarinet, double-bass)
Jean QUERLIER (flute, alto sax)
Youenn LE BERRE (flute, tenor sax)
Philippe LEGRIS (tuba)
Jacques MARUGG (vibraphone, xylophone, tympani)
Gérard SIRACUSA (percussion)

On tourne / Crimes Parfaits / Pourquoi la nuit ? / La preuve par le Grand Huit
tracklist / infos
n°1 / Pour Quoi La Nuit / 5'47
Jean-Jacques Birgé - synthesizer and all instruments
Bernard Vitet - trumpet and all instruments
Francis Gorgé - guitar and all instruments
Previously published on LP À travail égal salaire égal
1982
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