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The Early World

sat 10 nov 2018 07:00 

With music by Gustavo Gancedo Tango Septet (Argentina), Lo Còr de la Plana from Marseille and folk and primitive music from the French regions.

 

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Tango para Ustedes by Gustavo Gancedo Tango Septeto.
Gustavo Gancedo was born in Córdoba, Argentina, in 1968. He studied at the ‘Collegium’ and with Professor Juan Carlos Ciallella ‘Profesor Superior de Piano’. In 1991 Gustavo settled in Paris, where he continued his studies with the composer Pedro Palacios and with various Argentine artists. In the ‘Auditoire’ (dance des Halles de Paris) he played, together with singer Amelita Baltar, in the performance ‘Hommage a Astor Piazzolla’. CD. Tango para Ustedes – Gustavo Gancedo Tango Septeto. Label: L’Empreinte digital (2002), code: ED13141. VIDEO

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Lo Còr de la Plana from Marseille sings a dozen songs in Provençal Occitan that are not devoid of humor, sometimes dramatic like Fanfarnèta, anonymous texts of the traditional repertoire sung in polyphony, a lament with medieval accents, without instruments. The rest are songs of joy, of the refusal of small life and praise of laziness. With instruments such as the tambourine, trumpet, tuba, oboe and clattering hands. Tant deman (maybe tomorrow), the first piece, a catchy ‘Farandole’: “Maybe tomorrow who knows? We are in no hurry”. CD. Tant deman – Lo Còr de la Plana. Label: Buda Musique (2007). VIDEO

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World Library of Folk and Primitive music, France.
This album, from 2002, is one from a series by Alan Lomax (1915-2002). He spent nearly 70 years as a folklorist and ethnographer, collecting, archiving and analyzing folk songs and music from 25 countries around the world. This album is dedicated to folk and primitive music from the French regions. Today you can listen to music from the regions: Berry, Paris, Normandy, Vendée and Brittany. CD. World Library of Folk and Primitive music, France. Label: Rounder (2002), code: 82161-1836-2.

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