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Farangi (Du baroque à l'Orient)

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini

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The first half of this duo plays the theorbo, an impressive kind of lute which comes from Renaissance Italy, featuring six to eight strings that are played, while six others resound harmoniously by means of vibration. The other simply plays a double bass, but his inventive and virtuose technique is still just as renowned. Throughout his own projects or his collaborative efforts with Dhafer Youssef, Angélique Ionatos and even Paul Simon, Renaud Garcia-Fons has proved that this giant of both jazz and classical orchestras can do grand things for pushing the limits of the imagination. The delicate dialogue between the two virtuosos goes back in time (and even takes steps to deconstruct it), highlighting the poetic bridges between Oriental and Western sounds. Farangi is made up of original compositions which call upon the cultural splendours of Persia (Légende persane, Le Sommeil de Manjûn, Sahneh Mountains) and mystical Ottoman whispers (Comme un derviche amoureux, Nove Alla Turca, Tocsin de Palmyre). It breathes new life into the golden age of the Andaluz (Toledo del Greco) and ties together the refinement of baroque music to the freedom of jazz. Full of knowledge but ultimately incredibly transparent, Farangi (“stranger” in Persian) is not to be feared: it provides invaluable riches. © Benjamin MiNiMuM/Qobuz

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1
Sylvains d'orient
00:03:44

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

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Reng-é shotor
00:03:48

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

3
Chacone
00:02:58

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

4
Tavalod
00:04:35

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

5
Nove alla turca
00:03:48

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

6
Pavane du levant
00:04:00

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

7
À chaque instant
00:03:17

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

8
Comme un derviche amoureux
00:04:07

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

9
Ricercare
00:01:59

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

10
Le sommeil de majnûn
00:03:38

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

11
Capona
00:03:28

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

12
Ballo cavalino
00:04:27

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

13
Dirouz
00:01:57

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

14
Légende persane
00:04:47

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

15
Tchahar mezrab
00:03:16

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

16
Toledo del greco
00:01:42

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

17
Sfesseina
00:02:49

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

18
Sahneh mountains
00:02:44

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

19
Tocsin de palmyre
00:02:29

Renaud Garcia-Fons, Composer, Artist - Claire Antonini, Artist - Renaud Garcia-Fons, Claire Antonini, MainArtist

2019 E-motive records 2019 E-motive records

Album Description

The first half of this duo plays the theorbo, an impressive kind of lute which comes from Renaissance Italy, featuring six to eight strings that are played, while six others resound harmoniously by means of vibration. The other simply plays a double bass, but his inventive and virtuose technique is still just as renowned. Throughout his own projects or his collaborative efforts with Dhafer Youssef, Angélique Ionatos and even Paul Simon, Renaud Garcia-Fons has proved that this giant of both jazz and classical orchestras can do grand things for pushing the limits of the imagination. The delicate dialogue between the two virtuosos goes back in time (and even takes steps to deconstruct it), highlighting the poetic bridges between Oriental and Western sounds. Farangi is made up of original compositions which call upon the cultural splendours of Persia (Légende persane, Le Sommeil de Manjûn, Sahneh Mountains) and mystical Ottoman whispers (Comme un derviche amoureux, Nove Alla Turca, Tocsin de Palmyre). It breathes new life into the golden age of the Andaluz (Toledo del Greco) and ties together the refinement of baroque music to the freedom of jazz. Full of knowledge but ultimately incredibly transparent, Farangi (“stranger” in Persian) is not to be feared: it provides invaluable riches. © Benjamin MiNiMuM/Qobuz

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