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Rhapsodie pour clarinettes et quintette à cordes (Alexis Ciesla)

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Rhapsodie pour clarinettes et quintette à cordes 00:09:46

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Quintette à cordes de l'Orchestre de Paris (Violons : Fabien Boudot & Elsa Benabdallah - Alto : Flore-Anne Brosseau - Violoncelle : Frédéric Peyrat - Contrebasse : Mathias Lopez) - Alexis Ciesla, Composer

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

Sonate pour clarinette et piano (Alexis Ciesla)

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I. 1er mouvement (Cadence, Allegro ritmico) 00:04:27

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Nicolas Dessenne, Piano - Alexis Ciesla, Composer

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

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II. 2e mouvement (Très calme et expressif) 00:04:00

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Nicolas Dessenne, Piano - Alexis Ciesla, Composer

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

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III. 3e mouvement (Presto energico, con spirito) 00:03:49

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Nicolas Dessenne, Piano - Alexis Ciesla, Composer

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

Jardin zen (Alexis Ciesla)

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Jardin zen pour deux clarinettes 00:02:28

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Alexis Ciesla, Composer & Clarinet

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

Concerto for Clarinets (Alexis Ciesla)

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I. Habañera (clarinette basse, clarinette, chœur de clarinettes) 00:04:48

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Chœur de clarinettes du CNSM de Paris (Clarinettes : Juliette Adam, Judith Chiapparin, Joë Christophe, Kevin Galy, Yoojin Jung, Gabriel Lellouch, Ann Lepage, Marek Svejkar - Clarinette basse : Bogdan Sydorenko - Clarinette contrebasse : Cyrille Mercadier) - Alexis Ciesla, Composer

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

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II. Fantasia (clarinette basse, clarinette, chœur de clarinettes) 00:03:11

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Chœur de clarinettes du CNSM de Paris (Clarinettes : Juliette Adam, Judith Chiapparin, Joë Christophe, Kevin Galy, Yoojin Jung, Gabriel Lellouch, Ann Lepage, Marek Svejkar - Clarinette basse : Bogdan Sydorenko - Clarinette contrebasse : Cyrille Mercadier) - Alexis Ciesla, Composer

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

Le fantôme du prieuré (Alexis Ciesla)

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Le fantôme du prieuré pour deux clarinettes 00:01:11

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Alexis Ciesla, Composer & Clarinet

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

Prélude, canon et riffs pour clarinette et quatuor de saxophones (Alexis Ciesla)

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I. Prélude 00:02:22

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Quatuor Morphing (Saxophone soprano : Christophe Grèzes - Saxophone alto : Eddy Lopez - Saxophone ténor : Antony Malkoun-Henrion - Saxophone baryton : Matthieu Dalage) - Alexis Ciesla, Composer

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

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II. Canon 00:03:34

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Quatuor Morphing (Saxophone soprano : Christophe Grèzes - Saxophone alto : Eddy Lopez - Saxophone ténor : Antony Malkoun-Henrion - Saxophone baryton : Matthieu Dalage) - Alexis Ciesla, Composer

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

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III. Riffs 00:03:23

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Quatuor Morphing (Saxophone soprano : Christophe Grèzes - Saxophone alto : Eddy Lopez - Saxophone ténor : Antony Malkoun-Henrion - Saxophone baryton : Matthieu Dalage) - Alexis Ciesla, Composer

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

Fourmis dans le pied (Alexis Ciesla)

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Fourmis dans le pied pour clarinettes et percussions 00:03:12

Philippe Berrod, Clarinet - Alexis Ciesla, Composer & Clarinet, Percussion

© 2018 AV records - ℗ 2018 Ph. B

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