Cherrier-Julie Hoffmann - Rendez-Vous | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Butuax: Mains
2. Chaslin: Les Mains Tombées Du Nid
3. Butaux: Nuit
4. Chaslin: Beaux Amants
5. Butaux: Drapé
6. Chaslin: Ce Que L'on Quitte
7. Butaux: Juin
8. Chaslin: Ballade Pour Les Ours Qui Ne Sont Pas LA
9. Butaux: Blanc
10. Chaslin: L'oubli
11. Butaux: Vert
12. Chaslin: J'suis Snob

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It's most unusual to find these voice, trumpet and piano together in a song cycle. The composer and pianist Frédéric Chaslin delivers here the first chamber work ever written for such a combination. Inspired by poems written by Jean Cocteau, Boris Vian and Alain Duault, he explores, in six original pieces, the various styles in which the trumpet enjoyed prominence in the twentieth century: jazz, ragtime, tango. Julie Cherrier-Hoffmann, soprano, and Lucienne Renaudin Vary, trumpet, create an amazingly subtle balance as they convey the different moods of these miniatures, sometimes poetic, sometimes funny or lyrical. Each one is introduced by a very short story, written by Arièle Butaux and read by well-known French actor Pierre Arditi.