Accordeon Melancolique | SHEET MUSIC Les Invites

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SHEET MUSIC Les Invites

by Accordeon Melancolique

This Sheet music book contains all scores of the CD with the same name. Not just original pieces but also music from around the world – traditional Swedish to Klezmer, from Nino Rota to Saint-Saens and not forgetting the flavour of South America.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. L\'Arrivée des Invités (J.P.Guiran) - The arrival of the guests
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2. Ma Chérie (J.P.Guiran) - round and feminine swing
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3. Bougainville (J.P.Guiran) - colourful like this Brazilian flower
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4. Tonton Charles (J.P.Guiran) Uncle sometimes forgets
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5. Padiki Dikitika (J.P.Guiran) - A cordial welcome
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6. Clandestin (J.P.Guiran) - born but no papers
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7. Tanah Tumpah Darah (J.P. Guiran) - Her native country
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8. Gånglåt (trad. Swedish/J.P. Guiran) - strolling song
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9. The Dancing Tortoise (J.P.Guiran)-A tortoise once danced to this
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10. The Godfather Love Theme (Rota) Tarantella & Mazurka (Coppola)
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11. Le Cygne (Saint-Saëns) - The Swan, the Carnival of the Animals
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12. Por el Camino Real (J.V.Torrealba/J.P.Guiran) - a V. harp waltz
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13. Klezmer (trad. Yiddish) - secular Jewish music
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14. Gut Morgn (Kostakovsky) - played at the end of a wedding
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15. Requiem pour une Rose (J.P. Guiran) - A tribute to beauty
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The corresponding CD is also available at CDbaby!

Clandestin is the most touching melody of the CD - Accordions Worldwide

This is pleasant, happy music - FROOTS, UK

"...., qui devrait être remboursée par la sécurité sociale! " - Etudes Tsiganes, FR


Den Blasebalg mit Seele bedient. Folker! 1/2009.. D

... ihre ganze musikalische Schönheit offenbaren. Folk World 38 .. D


"laten we haast maken, want we willen de taart aansnijden!" - Klank, NL

"Het terugbrengen van een stuk naar zijn essentie" - Muziekwereld, NL

Wie het accordeon niet kan waarderen, wil ik graag spreken na het beluisteren van deze muziek! Ron Janssen, NEW FOLK SOUNDS, NL

"Gewoon mooi en gepolijst" - Samenspel, NL

Wegdromen in afwisselende sferen - Folk Forum, NL

Italian
Clandestin e’ la melodia più toccante del disco - Accordions Worldwide...more

I have said in the past that a record by Accordéon Mélancolique (that is J.P. Guiran and Cherie de Boer) is like an invitation to spend a pleasant afternoon in their company. Here we have the confirmation in their new CD entitled “Les Invités”. I want to say from the outset that their enchanting view of the world expressed through music should not be undervalued. It would be a mistake just to be satisfied with the simplicity and instant appeal of this cd which actually has considerable substance.
Lets see. Firstly there is a delightful cover from a water painting by Cherie de Boer and inside the booklet more color and a story based on hospitality – the theme of the CD. In a world going more towards virtuality and that thinks of music in terms of downloads, here Accordéon Mélancolique provide us with something beautiful and tangible - a painting, a story and a collection of music within this CD – all of which have their raison d’etre. Accordéon Mélancolique are orientated towards defining a world in harmony and pursue their work diligently like a keen gardener would .. but this garden is different .. the gate is open .. it is not inaccessible and exclusive.
Jean-Pierre.Guiran and Cherie de Boer know how the world turns and do not live amongst the clouds. Track number 6 is the one that gives this indication. It is the most touching melody of the CD. Written by Guiran and entitled “Clandestin” it is dedicated to all those who live far from home and without the necessary papers.
There is a page in the booklet which super imposes the word “Benvenuti” on thier photo. It is an invitation to everyone .. the Cd contains not just original pieces but also music from around the world – traditional swedish to klezmer, from Nino Rota to Saint Saens and not forgetting the occasional flavour of south america. Bravo.
Reviewed by Renato Belardinelli, accordions.com


Accordéon Mélancolique might be said to represent where this music went next, though the two Dutch players here - Chérie de Boer and Jean-Pierre Guiran- are firmly back in the piano accordéon camp. They are playing their own repertoire, mainly composed by Jean-Pierre, but much of the style derives from musette sources, though other pieces come from traditional, classical and film music. Their technique derives from one instrument providing a lead melody and harmony whilst the other provides some pretty sophisticated and enhancing rhythmic accompaniments. This is pleasant, happy music in the main, not particularly challenging on the one hand, but never boring on the other.
Vic Smith, FRoots, UK


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