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Something in Between

Trio Zadig

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This fruitful “encounter” between Leonard Bernstein and Maurice Ravel juxtaposes Bernstein’s intensity and rhythmic vitality with the melancholy refinement of Ravel’s colours, while also highlighting the composers’ commonalities, such as a shared tonal language and masterful incorporation of jazz idioms. Our purpose, however, is not only to appreciate an artistic cross-exchange but also to build upon it. This is what Trio Zadig and Benjamin Attahir seek in Asfar, a new work that springs from the creative nexus of these 20th-century giants and continues the conversation. © Outhere Music

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1
Candide: Overture (Transcripted by Bruno Fontaine)
00:04:43

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

A West Side Story Fantasy (Leonard Bernstein)

2
I. Prelude
00:02:27

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

3
II. Something's Coming
00:01:45

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

4
III. Cha-Cha/Maria
00:00:56

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

5
IV. Mambo
00:01:20

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

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V. Cool
00:01:48

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

7
VI. One Hand, One Heart
00:01:40

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

8
VII. The Rumble
00:00:38

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

9
VIII. I Feel Pretty
00:01:09

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

10
IX. Tonight
00:01:32

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

11
X. Somewhere
00:02:21

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

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XI. America
00:02:15

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

13
XII. Final
00:03:56

Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

14
Asfar
00:16:40

Trio Zadig, MainArtist - Benjamin Attahir, Composer

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

Trio en La Mineur pour piano, violon et violoncelle, M. 67 (Maurice Ravel)

15
I. Modéré
00:09:39

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

16
II. Pantoum (Assez vif)
00:04:23

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

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III. Passacaille (Très large)
00:07:34

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

18
IV. Final (Animé)
00:05:18

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Trio Zadig, MainArtist

2019 Outhere 2019 Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

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This fruitful “encounter” between Leonard Bernstein and Maurice Ravel juxtaposes Bernstein’s intensity and rhythmic vitality with the melancholy refinement of Ravel’s colours, while also highlighting the composers’ commonalities, such as a shared tonal language and masterful incorporation of jazz idioms. Our purpose, however, is not only to appreciate an artistic cross-exchange but also to build upon it. This is what Trio Zadig and Benjamin Attahir seek in Asfar, a new work that springs from the creative nexus of these 20th-century giants and continues the conversation. © Outhere Music

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