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Jean-Jacques Birge + 28 musicians "Pique​-​nique au labo" [2CD]

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Label: GRRR - GRRR203132

75年にLP[Defense De]をリリースした後、メンバー変更を経て新たに結成されたカルト集団U.D.M.Iを率いたフランス実験界の重要人物Jean-Jacques Birge。今尚変わらぬその音楽性、活動には只々圧倒されるばかりであり、本作は2010年から2019年という長い期間をかけ28人のミュージシャン/作曲家と共に作り上げた2020年10月発表の2CD作。全22曲、氏を中心とした様々な編成での集団演奏が試みられており、エレクトロアコースティック、インプロヴィゼーション、室内楽、ミニマル、演劇風カットアップと、相変わらずの多彩なスタイルでドカドカと突き抜けていきます。12ページのブックレットつき。大推薦。

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Jean-Jacques Birgé has invited 28 musicians/composers to improvise during one day (duets and trios). It is about playing to meet and not the opposite as it is usual.

The double CD brings together 22 pieces composed in the moment between 2010 and 2019, most of them recorded by Jean-Jacques Birgé at Studio GRRR, all unreleased on CD.

The theme of each is drawn just before pressing the button.

The 12 page booklet includes a text by mc gayffier who also painted the artwork for the whole package.

Jean-Jacques Birgé has invited 28 musicians/composers to improvise during one day (duets and trios). It is about playing to meet and not the opposite as it is usual.

The double CD brings together 22 pieces composed in the moment between 2010 and 2019, most of them recorded by Jean-Jacques Birgé at Studio GRRR, all unreleased on CD.

The theme of each is drawn just before pressing the button.

The 12 page booklet includes a text by mc gayffier who also painted the artwork for the whole package.

Instant compositions by all musicians,
recorded and mixed by Jean-Jacques Birgé
at Studio GRRR, Bagnolet (2010-2019)
except 1 and 4 at Studio 107 de Radio France, Tapage Nocturne
6 and 14 live at Le Triton
10 live at Studio 106 de Radio France, À l’improviste

Warm thanks to all the musicians who accepted my invitation and shared this joyful complicity, to mc gayffier who played with graphic constraints with the helpful Étienne Mineur, to the photographers (Sonia Cruchon, Elsa Birgé, Françoise Romand, Jean Rochard, Peter Gabor, Rémi Angeli…), to Richard Hayon for Sarajevo, to Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt for the Oblique Strategies game, to Bruno Letort and Anne Montaron for France Musique, to the Triton and to all those who trusted me…