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Mark Turner (Sax)/Tom Harrell/Baptiste Trotignon: For a While

Audio Samples

>L'amer A Boire
>This Is New
>Anyway
>Nette
>Urgences
>Dust
>Music For a While
>Children Song
>Soukha
>First Song
>Mon Ange
>Samsara
>Fly
>Intro
>Part1
>Part2
>Part3
>Part4
>Transition
>Part5

Track List

>L'amer A Boire
>This Is New
>Anyway
>Nette
>Urgences
>Dust
>Music For a While
>Children Song
>Soukha
>First Song
>Mon Ange
>Samsara
>Fly
>Intro
>Part1
>Part2
>Part3
>Part4
>Transition
>Part5

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

Following 10 years of collaboration with Naïve and 8 albums recorded as a leader, Baptiste Trotignon deserved this 'best of' release. The CD includes highlights from the existing recordings and the DVD is a live at the very famous festival Marciac. "Potentially, he can become the most internationally-renowned pianist since Michel Petrucciani. He bridges the gaps between jazz and classical music. A great pianist." Télérama

Album Notes

Personnel: David El Malek (tenor saxophone); Ambrose Akinmusire (trumpet); Franck Agulhon (drums).

Liner Note Author: Baptiste Trotignon.

Recording information: Duc des Lombards, Paris (05/08/1999-05/09/1999); E.N.M. Gennevilliers (05/08/1999-05/09/1999); La Muse en Circuit (05/08/1999-05/09/1999); Salle Pleyel, Paris (05/08/1999-05/09/1999); Studio de Meudon (05/08/1999-05/09/1999); Studio Du Petit Pont, Maurepas (05/08/1999-05/09/1999); Studio Ferber (05/08/1999-05/09/1999); Systems II, Brooklyn (05/08/1999-05/09/1999); Duc des Lombards, Paris (05/19/2007); E.N.M. Gennevilliers (05/19/2007); La Muse en Circuit (05/19/2007); Salle Pleyel, Paris (05/19/2007); Studio de Meudon (05/19/2007); Studio Du Petit Pont, Maurepas (05/19/2007); Studio Ferber (05/19/2007); Systems II, Brooklyn (05/19/2007); Duc des Lombards, Paris (05/24/2005-05/25/2005); E.N.M. Gennevilliers (05/24/2005-05/25/2005); La Muse en Circuit (05/24/2005-05/25/2005); Salle Pleyel, Paris (05/24/2005-05/25/2005); Studio de Meudon (05/24/2005-05/25/2005); Studio Du Petit Pont, Maurepas (05/24/2005-05/25/2005); Studio Ferber (05/24/2005-05/25/2005); Systems II, Brooklyn (05/24/2005-05/25/2005); Duc des Lombards, Paris (06/2008); E.N.M. Gennevilliers (06/2008); La Muse en Circuit (06/2008); Salle Pleyel, Paris (06/2008); Studio de Meudon (06/2008); Studio Du Petit Pont, Maurepas (06/2008); Studio Ferber (06/2008); Systems II, Brooklyn (06/2008); Duc des Lombards, Paris (07/2001); E.N.M. Gennevilliers (07/2001); La Muse en Circuit (07/2001); Salle Pleyel, Paris (07/2001); Studio de Meudon (07/2001); Studio Du Petit Pont, Maurepas (07/2001); Studio Ferber (07/2001); Systems II, Brooklyn (07/2001); Duc des Lombards, Paris (08/07/2010); E.N.M. Gennevilliers (08/07/2010); La Muse en Circuit (08/07/2010); Salle Pleyel, Paris (08/07/2010); Studio de Meudon (08/07/2010); Studio Du Petit Pont, Maurepas (08/07/2010); Studio Ferber (08/07/2010); Systems II, Brooklyn (08/07/2010); Duc des Lombards, Paris (09/2006); E.N.M. Gennevilliers (09/2006); La Muse en Circuit (09/2006); Salle Pleyel, Paris (09/2006); Studio de Meudon (09/2006); Studio Du Petit Pont, Maurepas (09/2006); Studio Ferber (09/2006); Systems II, Brooklyn (09/2006); Duc des Lombards, Paris (12/2002); E.N.M. Gennevilliers (12/2002); La Muse en Circuit (12/2002); Salle Pleyel, Paris (12/2002); Studio de Meudon (12/2002); Studio Du Petit Pont, Maurepas (12/2002); Studio Ferber (12/2002); Systems II, Brooklyn (12/2002); Duc des Lombards, Paris (2004); E.N.M. Gennevilliers (2004); La Muse en Circuit (2004); Salle Pleyel, Paris (2004); Studio de Meudon (2004); Studio Du Petit Pont, Maurepas (2004); Studio Ferber (2004); Systems II, Brooklyn (2004).

Director: Jean-Pierre Peyrebelle.

Translator: Charles Johnston .



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