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En Trois Couleurs

Marie-Joseé Simard, François Bourassa, Yves Léveillé

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1
Pantomime
Marie-Joseé Simard; François Bourassa; Yves Léveillé
8:23
2
In the First Pentatonic Major Mode
Marie-Joseé Simard; François Bourassa; Yves Léveillé
3:26
3
Jeu - Réflexive
Marie-Joseé Simard; François Bourassa; Yves Léveillé
10:00
4
Keiko
Marie-Joseé Simard; François Bourassa; Yves Léveillé
2:45
5
Zone indigène
Marie-Joseé Simard; François Bourassa; Yves Léveillé
9:35
6
Diapasons
Marie-Joseé Simard; François Bourassa; Yves Léveillé
5:15
7
Self Portrait
Marie-Joseé Simard; François Bourassa; Yves Léveillé
4:39
8
En trois couleurs
Marie-Joseé Simard; François Bourassa; Yves Léveillé
5:56
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    49:59
Percussionist Marie-Josée Simard is joined by jazz pianists and composers François Bourassa and Yves Léveillé on En Trois Couleurs. As the title implies, the album shows off the musical colours of the three exceptional musicians as they journey through an everchanging landscape of jazz, improvisation and world music, performing pieces composed collectively or by members of the trio. Additional works by Alberto Ginastera and Mike Mainieri are also featured.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ATMA Classique  Studio Masters

Lieu d’enregistrement / Recording venue: Salle Oscar-Peterson (Université Concordia), Montréal (Québec), Canada. Septembre / September 2014
Réalisation / Produced by: Johanne Goyette
Ingénieur du son et montage / Sound engineer and editing: Carlos Prieto
Photos : © Julien Faugère
Maquillage – coiffure / Make-up – Hairstyle: Nathalie Dodon
Toutes les photos du livret ont été prises à la salle Oscar-Peterson de l’Université Concordia à Montréal pendant les séances d’enregistrement de ce disque. / All photos in the booklet were taken at the Oscar-Peterson Hall at Concordia University during recording sessions for this CD.
Graphisme / Graphic design: Diane Lagacé
Responsable du livret / Booklet editor: Michel Ferland

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