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Quatuor Gabriel Pierné, Jean-Claude Fohrenbach - Quatuor Gabriel Pierné Album

Quatuor Gabriel Pierné, Jean-Claude Fohrenbach - Quatuor Gabriel Pierné Album

Performer: Quatuor Gabriel Pierné, Jean-Claude Fohrenbach
Title: Quatuor Gabriel Pierné
Style: Contemporary Jazz
Released: 1983
Cat#: CARA 008
Country: France
Label: Productions Patrice Caratini
Size MP3 version: 2312 mb
Size FLAC version: 1251 mb
Size WMA version: 2221 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 274
Genre: Jazz

Quatuor Gabriel Pierné, Jean-Claude Fohrenbach - Quatuor Gabriel Pierné Album


Tracklist

1Trois Conversations
Composed By – Paul Pierné
2French Brothers
Composed By – Jean-Claude Fohrenbach
3:40
32ème Mouvement3:48
41er Mouvement2:35
5Clos Vougeot
Composed By – Jean-Claude Fohrenbach
8:30
6Conversation Sentimentale5:07
7Arabesque Et Béret Basque
Composed By – Jean-Claude Fohrenbach
5:27
8Nocturne I
Composed By – Jacques Casterède
5:30
9Three Improvisations
Composed By – Phil Woods
10L'Obscure Clarté Qui Tombait Des Étoiles
Composed By – Jean-Claude Fohrenbach
7:12
113ème Mouvement4:06
12Conversation Animée1:34
13Conversation Amusante1:20

Credits

  • Alto SaxophonePierre Grzeskowiak
  • Artwork By – Georges Wolinski
  • Baritone SaxophoneJean-Pierre Solves
  • EngineerJean-Louis Witas, Michel Denis
  • Photography ByDidier Gaillard
  • Soprano SaxophoneJean-Pierre Baraglioli
  • Tenor SaxophoneFrédéric Juranville, Jean-Claude Fohrenbach

Notes

Wrong track duration given on label for "Conversation sentimentale" (4:67).

Barcodes

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Companies

  • Distributed By – DAM
  • Printed By – Montreuil Offset
  • Manufactured By – MPO

Album

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