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    Richard Bonnet | guitare
    Tony Malaby | saxophone
    Sylvain Darrifourcq | batterie
    Louis Sclavis | clarinette

    "Depuis longtemps" says the art of the impromptu meeting between people of good company.
    Tony Malaby has been wanting to "do something" with Louis Sclavis for some time.
    When the trio of Richard Bonnet, Tony and Sylvain Darrifourcq joined our concert season in 2018, we invited Louis Sclavis to join the team.
    The clarinets and saxophones of these two major figures of today's jazz sing in unison, but not only. The deep sound of Richard Bonnet, who signs three of the four compositions on this album, reminds us that he creates the cement of this ephemeral ensemble under construction. Sylvain Darrifourcq's inventiveness, his rubbed and struck skins and metals, holds a preciously singular place in this scaffolding put together from scratch by these very protagonists.

    The overall sound stretches like a cat in the sun. The word circulates, questions, answers the questioning of one, then suggests a new subject to follow, then escapes, but the cohesion of the whole is made, forges an almost magical alloy, made up of as many stories of men as territories of sound hunting open to horizons that are invented as they go along. Each one tells his own story, but the tour de force, as is often the case in this music, means that the story of each person, woven by so many different threads of memory, is brought together in this unique moment.
    The meeting took place. This record bears witness to it, traces it and says that beyond differences, inventing-together builds the world of today, of tomorrow.

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Richard Bonnet | guitare
Tony Malaby | saxophone
Sylvain Darrifourcq | batterie
Louis Sclavis | clarinette

"Depuis longtemps" says the art of the impromptu meeting between people of good company.
Tony Malaby has been wanting to "do something" with Louis Sclavis for some time.
When the trio of Richard Bonnet, Tony and Sylvain Darrifourcq joined our concert season in 2018, we invited Louis Sclavis to join the team.
The clarinets and saxophones of these two major figures of today's jazz sing in unison, but not only. The deep sound of Richard Bonnet, who signs three of the four compositions on this album, reminds us that he creates the cement of this ephemeral ensemble under construction. Sylvain Darrifourcq's inventiveness, his rubbed and struck skins and metals, holds a preciously singular place in this scaffolding put together from scratch by these very protagonists.

The overall sound stretches like a cat in the sun. The word circulates, questions, answers the questioning of one, then suggests a new subject to follow, then escapes, but the cohesion of the whole is made, forges an almost magical alloy, made up of as many stories of men as territories of sound hunting open to horizons that are invented as they go along. Each one tells his own story, but the tour de force, as is often the case in this music, means that the story of each person, woven by so many different threads of memory, is brought together in this unique moment.
The meeting took place. This record bears witness to it, traces it and says that beyond differences, inventing-together builds the world of today, of tomorrow.

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released May 20, 2022

Concert recorded at Fossé des Treize in Strasbourg, France, on May 15, 2018.
Mixed by John Kilgore Sound & Recording, New York City, USA and mastered by Antonin Rayon.

Produced by Jazzdor
Executive Producer: Philippe Ochem
Graphics: Helmo

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Jazzdor Series Strasbourg, France

For more than 30 years, Jazzdor has been developing its project centered on jazz and improvised music.
Jazzdor strives to highlight the singularity of creation, particularly French and European, whether it is rooted in the soil of historical jazz or nourished by new aesthetic trends. Jazzdor does not seek to create a fad, but rather to let the public hear the most creative voices of today's jazz. ... more

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