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Contemporary Jazz - Released April 2, 2009 | Laborie Jazz

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Jazz - Released April 13, 2009 | Laborie Classique

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Contemporary Jazz - Released April 2, 2012 | Laborie Jazz

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Jazz - Released January 25, 2019 | ACT Music

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Album after album, Emile Parisien refines his self-portrait. He adds some shades. Erases others. And whatever the formation, context or repertoire, the saxophonist maintains his song, his voice and his own immediately identifiable style... Throughout his wide repertoire, the pieces that he has conceived with his quartet (for more than a decade) have always occupied a special place. With pianist Julien Touéry, double bassist Ivan Gélugne and, as a new recruit, drummer Julien Loutelier, Parisien leads this improvisation that touches on the sublime and is ever surprising. With his virtuosity he could have simply stuck to what is conventional. But that word doesn’t resonate with him. Every second of Double Screening explores new territories. He is one of the few saxophonists of his generation to alternate between lyricism and libertarianism in the snap of the finger. Going from laughter to tears is not a paradox in the universe of Emile Parisien's quartet. It is simply its raison d'être. And, in the end, a way to offer a type of jazz that is more organic than cerebral. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Jazz - Released June 29, 2018 | ACT Music

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Contemporary Jazz - Released October 2, 2006 | Laborie Jazz

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Jazz - Released September 26, 2014 | ACT Music

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Contemporary Jazz - Released September 30, 2016 | ACT Music

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Contemporary Jazz - Released May 26, 2017 | ACT Music

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Recorded on the Bee-Flat scene in Berne, this live album brings together the cream of European avant-garde Jazz: the saxophonist Emile Parisien, the accordion player Vincent Peirani, the Swiss singer Andreas Schaerer and the German pianist Michael Wollny. A democratic quartet bursting with ideas, and producing sculpted improvisations as never before. The "European Jazz" label has sometimes provoked mockery. But it comes into its own with Out Of Land. Not because of the nationalities of the artists, but rather for the language they use. Because even if Peirani's accordion gives a somewhat conventional colour to the ensemble, the music on offer here is viscerally anchored in the old world. To say nothing of the phenomenal Andreas Schaerer, the vocal acrobat and dazzling stunt-singer... Far from the beaten track of your Dad's jazz and the golden age of some taxidermied hard-bop, Parisien, Peirani, Schaerer and Wollny are inventing a personal language which is nothing like that of their elders Portal, Jeanneau, Texier, Humair, Kühn, Jenny Clark, Humair and company. Demanding and fascinating. © MD/Qobuz