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19516Michel Chion - new CD and concert in Paris

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  • g_montel
    Sep 28, 2006
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      Hello,

      Sorry for the ad but I think it may interest some of you...

      Michel Chion is one of the most famous French musique concrète
      composer, among Pierre Henry, Bernard Parmegiani or Luc Ferrari to
      name a few.

      Brocoli is proud to release his concrete melodrama "Tu", based both on
      the spoken scenes of Mozart's "The Magic Flute" and on verses from
      French poet Robert Desnos. Composed in 1977 and reworked in 1996, it
      is now available for the first time on record for Mozart Year 2006!

      The CD comes with a beautiful packaging on cardboard, which includes
      the full libretto on tracing paper.

      Release date is october 9th (distribution : Cod&S (Belgium, France),
      Metamkine (Europe), Ear/Rational (US)).

      You can preorder it now from Brocoli's webstore, and receive it on
      your mailbox on the day of its release:
      - preorder the CD for 15€ postage included;
      - preorder the digital edition for 10€ : you'll get the complete album
      in pristine CD quality (AAC LOSSLESS, FLAC or MP3 320kbs formats, just
      ask) as a file archive the day of its release
      Go there :
      http://www.brocoli.org/v1/index.php?option=com_artistdirectory&task=showCD&id=2

      For those of you who speak French, there's a teaser available on
      brocoli's website
      http://www.brocoli.org/catalog/BROCOLI002/michel_chion_teaser_tu.mp3
      and a very interesting interview of Michel Chion who talks about the
      making of "Tu"
      http://www.brocoli.org/catalog/BROCOLI002/michel_chion_itw_tu.mp3

      Furthermore, Michel Chion will be in concert on October 5th, 8pm for
      the Brocoli festival, at the following venue in Paris : l'OPA, 5 rue
      Biscornet, Paris 12ème (metro station: Bastille). Entrance is free.
      Other fellow musicians will play : Rainier Lericolais, Minizza, David
      Fenech, Pierre-Yves Macé, Daniel Palomo Vinuesa and Pascal Dalmasso,
      Discipline.

      More info at http://www.brocoli.org and http://www.michelchion.com

      All the best,

      Geoffroy for Brocoli
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