Quentin Dujardin | Monsieur Ibrahim

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Monsieur Ibrahim

by Quentin Dujardin

Original soundtrack for the theatrical adaptation of Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt’s novel Monsieur Ibrahim & les fleurs du Coran.
Genre: Classical: Impressionism
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1. Monsieur Ibrahim (Orchestral)
Quentin Dujardin
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2. Monsieur Ibrahim (Intro)
Quentin Dujardin
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3. Monsieur Ibrahim (Main Theme)
Quentin Dujardin
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4. La Rue
Quentin Dujardin
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5. Momo
Quentin Dujardin
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6. Bb
Quentin Dujardin
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7. Monsieur Ibrahim (Piano)
Quentin Dujardin
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8. Cabourg
Quentin Dujardin
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9. Ibrahim (Final)
Quentin Dujardin
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10. Manamana
Quentin Dujardin & Jalal El Allouli
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Quentin Dujardin travels with his classic guitar. From Gnawas (Morocco) to Andalucian Gypsies (Spain) passing by Vezos (Madagascar) or even Guaranis (Paraguay), his way of life connects this movement to delicate production based on listening and mixing sounds from around the world. In this way Quentin Dujardin gives himself the pleasure of accumulating experiences with the same rigor: total devotion to his art. Thus, to discover the range of this guitarist remains a unique experience for everyone because the roads that lead you to him may be many. Yet there remains something immutable that touches and marks his world of the guitar with an indelible imprint: sound and emotion.


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