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Correspondances

Bratsch

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In Correspondances, the French gypsy group Bratsch offers their own songs, along with arrangements of a traditional song, a song from Django Reinhardt, and others. The title of the CD is a play with words in order to invite listeners to participate in their musical trip: "correspondences" is an invitation to travel, "Corps," "respond," and "dance" can also mean either "to produce with the heart" or "the body responds by dancing," specially when everything goes awry. This trip is what they share with listeners: a life as travelers with no real home and no borders, at home nowhere and everywhere at the same time. This musicical trip is produced with heart as only gypsies know how to do. Music from a heart that bleeds so often because it is a gypsy heart, but a heart full of emotions. ~ Bruno Deschênes, Rovi

Biografía

Se formó en: 1975

Género: Músicas del mundo

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s

The gypsy music of Central Europe is combined with bebop, post-bop, and free jazz influences by France-based acoustic band Bratsch. While their name is derived from a type of viola used to accompany Tsigane vocalists, the trio re-creates the traditional...
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