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Nathanaël Gouin|13 Créations pour un festival

13 Créations pour un festival

Nathanaël Gouin, Askar Ishangaliyev, Franck Krawczyk

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13 Créations pour un festival

Nathanaël Gouin

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1
Scat!
Nathanaël Gouin
00:04:15

Nathanaël Gouin, Performer, Soloist - Christian Lauba, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

2
La cigarette (Mémoire de solitude)
Constance Ronzatti
00:03:32

Constance Ronzatti, Performer, Soloist - Colin Roche, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

3
Sincère sur le mur atonal (Un salut au coucou)
Askar Ishangaliyev
00:03:12

Askar Ishangaliyev, Performer, Soloist - Carmen Lefrançois, Performer, Soloist - Constance Ronzatti, Performer, Soloist - Gérard Pesson, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

4
Ardendo
Constance Ronzatti
00:04:34

Constance Ronzatti, Performer, Soloist - Jacques Lenot, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

5
L'œuf
Askar Ishangaliyev
00:03:52

Askar Ishangaliyev, Performer, Soloist - Carmen Lefrançois, Performer, Soloist - Nathanaël Gouin, Performer, Soloist - Bruno Mantovani, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

6
Track 01
Constance Ronzatti
00:04:17

Constance Ronzatti, Performer, Soloist - Nathanaël Gouin, Performer, Soloist - Miroslav Srnka, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

7
Ibaiadar
Askar Ishangaliyev
00:04:10

Askar Ishangaliyev, Performer, Soloist - Ramon Lazkano, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

8
Loop and Epilogue
Askar Ishangaliyev
00:05:06

Askar Ishangaliyev, Performer, Soloist - Vincent Lhermet, Performer, Soloist - Nathanaël Gouin, Performer, Soloist - Martin Matalon, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

9
In Bed with... No. 1
Constance Ronzatti
00:03:33

Constance Ronzatti, Performer, Soloist - Nathanaël Gouin, Performer, Soloist - Sébastien Gaxie, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

10
Poursuivre
Constance Ronzatti
00:02:51

Constance Ronzatti, Performer, Soloist - Askar Ishangaliyev, Performer, Soloist - Vincent Lhermet, Performer, Soloist - Frédéric Durieux, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

11
Swirl
Carmen Lefrançois
00:02:29

Carmen Lefrançois, Performer, Soloist - Askar Ishangaliyev, Performer, Soloist - Vincent Lhermet, Performer, Soloist - Franck Bedrossian, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

12
Monaco mon amour
Carmen Lefrançois
00:04:20

Carmen Lefrançois, Performer, Soloist - Askar Ishangaliyev, Performer, Soloist - Nathanaël Gouin, Performer, Soloist - Jummei Suzuki, Composer

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

13
Repetitio 7
Franck Krawczyk
00:07:26

Franck Krawczyk, Composer, Performer, Soloist - Sergio Menozzi, Performer, Soloist

2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo 2017 Printemps Des Arts De Monte-Carlo

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