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Promontoire

Benjamin Moussay

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Benjamin Moussay
3:40
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Promontoire
Benjamin Moussay
3:33
1.3
Horses
Benjamin Moussay
3:37
1.4
Don't Look Down
Benjamin Moussay
1:34
1.5
Villefranque
Benjamin Moussay
3:57
1.6
L'oiseau d'or
Benjamin Moussay
2:45
1.7
Chasseur de plumes
Benjamin Moussay
1:46
1.8
Sotto Voce
Benjamin Moussay
1:59
1.9
The Fallen
Benjamin Moussay
4:18
1.10
Theme From Nana
Benjamin Moussay
3:54
1.11
Monte Perdido
Benjamin Moussay
4:02
1.12
Théa
Benjamin Moussay
4:07
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    39:12
After three acclaimed ECM recordings with Louis Sclavis (Sources, Salt and Silk Melodies, and Characters on a Wall), each of them attesting his improvisational resourcefulness, French pianist Benjamin Moussay was invited to record a solo album. Promontoire is the result, a thoughtful, reflective and profoundly lyrical album that is both a strikingly original statement and an admirable addition to ECM’s distinguished solo piano series. Produced by Manfred Eicher, and recorded at Studios la Buissonne in January 2019.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit

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