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Sas Agapo

Alain Lefèvre

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Sas Agapo
Alain Lefèvre; Alain Lefèvre
9:09
2
Elpida
Alain Lefèvre; Alain Lefèvre
7:16
3
Domino
Alain Lefèvre; Alain Lefèvre
6:21
4
Non Retour
Alain Lefèvre; Alain Lefèvre
7:18
5
Promenade à Kavouri
Alain Lefèvre; Alain Lefèvre
5:34
6
Prémonition
Alain Lefèvre; Alain Lefèvre
7:13
7
Le Bel Amour
Alain Lefèvre; Alain Lefèvre
5:41
8
Grand Carnaval
Alain Lefèvre; Alain Lefèvre
4:59
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    53:31
"... un cri du cœur qu’avait besoin de lancé Alain Lefèvre ..."
(" ... a cry from the heart that Alain Lefèvre needed to let out ...")
- Le Journal de Montréal

Sas Agapo is a series of “paintings of life” from Québec pianist Alain Lefèvre, the winner of a Juno Award and 10 ADISQ Awards. Composed entirely in Greece, Lefèvre drew inspiration from his surroundings, both picturesque and profound. Like huge windows opening onto the azure skies of emotion or a stroll on the shores of the Aegean, the album is an invitation to join Lefèvre in a country full of beauty and contrasts.

"It is the soul of the Greek people, whom I wish to thank for their open arms, their generosity, their art of living, their courage, their wisdom and, above all, their free spirit."
- Alain Lefèvre
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Groupe Analekta Studio Masters

Enregistré en juillet 2016 à l’Église St-Benoît-de-Mirabel, Québec, Canada / Recorded in July 2016 at Église St-Benoît-de-Mirabel, Québec, Canada
Réalisateur, preneur de son; mixage et mastérisation / Producer, sound engineer; mix and mastering: Carl Talbot (Productions Musicom)
Preneur de son, éditeur / Recording engineer, editing: Christopher Johns
Technicien de piano / Piano technician: Jean-Marc Beauchamp
Producteur, directeur artistique / Executive producer, artistic director: François Mario Labbé
Directrice de production / Production director: Julie M. Fournier
Assistante de production / Production assistant: Kathleen Désilets
Photos: © Roch Martineau
Conception et production graphique / Graphic design and production: Pragma Création

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