Chassol

“Ludi (cd, 24p Booklet + Movie Download C”

TRICDFR056 scanZoom inLabelTricatel
Cat. No.TRICDFR056
FormatEXCLS-CD
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Special remarks : CD, 24p booklet + movie download code Genre: Jazz / Pop Tracklist : 1 - Ouverture 2 - Les règles 3 - Sirine 4 - Concerto pour batterie et cour de récréation 5 - Savana, Céline, Aya (Pt 1) 6- Savana, Céline, Aya (Pt 2) 7 - Your Hands 8 - Koh & Sam 9 - Mikado Walking 10 - Poltergeist 11 - Esatabemakuru 12 - Tetris Synths 13 - Tetris Crystal 14 - I Think the Game (Pt 1) 15 - I Think the Game (Pt 2) 16 - I Think the Game (Pt 3) 17 - I Think the Game (Pt 4) 18 - Dribbles & Beats 19 - Camarades 20 - Rollercoaster (Pt 1) 21 - Rollercoaster (Pt 2) 22 - On Top 23 - I Love Vertigo 24 - Game Rule 25 - Le jeu de la phrase 26 - Wolf Music 27 - Les Anneaux de Saturne 28 - Wolf Music (Finale) Short Info : Christophe Chassol is reshuffling the deck. After making his name worldwide with three magnificent ultrascore compositions (Nola Che?rie in 2011, Indiamore in 2013 and Big Sun in 2015), working with Solange and Frank Ocean, and playing the most prestigious halls, he’s taking his quest to arrange reality even further with Ludi, his new project that includes an album, film and show. It’s play - an all-important word in music - that underscores this impressive, masterful construction freely inspired by Hermann Hesse’s The Glass Bead Game. Everything is part of the melody: a playground or basketball players in the suburbs, an arcade in Tokyo, a roller coaster, singer Crystal Kay and rapper Kohh. Solo musicians were filmed in rehearsal, like flautist Jocelyn Mienniel and the composer’s partner, drummer Mathieu Edward, who managed to reprise on stage Chassol drew from the great German author’s utopic book, where music, mathematics, aesthetics and spirituality intermingle, to create a passionate work produced by Bertrand Burgalat’s label Tricatel that once again justifies his special place in the musical landscape. With Ludi, Chassol directs his own round of Hermann Hesse’s game, taking on the title of Magister

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