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Janinet, Clement: O.U.R.S. (Gigantonium)

French violinist Clement Janinet composes music for quartet inspired by the lyricism of the free jazz melodies of the 60s (Ornette Coleman, Phoraoh Sanders, &c.) and the timbral and rhythmic textures of repetitive music (Steve Reich, Philip Glass, John Adams, &c) in several quartet configurations including bass clarinet, tenor sax, bass, drums, guitrar, and cello.
 

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UPC: 3426300100603

Label: Gigantonium
Catalog ID: GIG002OUR1
Squidco Product Code: 25685

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2018
Country: France
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Studio Juno, in Yerres, France, by Bertrand Fresel.


Personnel:

Clement Janinet-violin

Hugues Mayot-bass clarinet, tenor saxophone

Joachim Florent-bass

Manu Scarpa-drums

Gilles Coronado-guitar

Mario Boisseau-cello

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track listing:


1. Crions (part 1) 2:47

2. Crions (part 2) 9:17

3. Ciel 3:39

4. Ornette Under The Repetitives Skies 3:55

5. Cassiopee 4:39

6. Momie 6:49

7. Danse 0:55

8. Fy 4:12

9. Ton pied, mon pied 0:07

10. Ours 2:34

11. Lila 5:57

12. Niana 2:01

13. Banyan Tree 1:36
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"Gathered at the end of 2016 by Clément Janinet, this quartet brings together four improvising musicians who have been working together for the past ten years in various ensembles. (Radiation 10, Garden Trio, Hugues Mayot Quartet ......)

Clément Janinet composes the music of the quartet inspired by the lyricism of the free jazz melodies of the 60s (Ornette Coleman, Phoraoh Sanders ...) and the timbral and rhythmic textures of repetitive music (Steve Reich, Philip Glass, John Adams ...).

The first quartet was premiered at the Théâtre de Verdure in Montceau-Ragny in June 2016 around the works of Antonin Artaud, whose words were brought by the comedian David Rougerie.

The quartet recorded its first album "Ornette Under the Repetitive Skys" in June 2017 at the Junot studio and invited guitarist Gilles Coronado and cellist Mario Boisseau for the occasion. This disc will appear on the Gigantorium Label in February 2018."-Republic of Jazz Blogspot (translated by Google)


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Artist Biographies:

"After studying at CNR Châlon sur Saône and Didier Lockwood Music Center, Clément Janinet obtains a first prize in the jazz and improvised music department of the CNSMD in Paris in 2007, then wins the springboard of the defense festival within the group Radiation 10.

Passionate about African and South American music, he multiplies encounters and travels,

and performs on his violin a work around these traditional musics. He is inspired to develop his own techniques that he integrates into jazz and improvised music and that give him a sound so special

He played with Antoine Hervé, Didier Lockwood, Ricardo del Fra and Sylvain Rifflet, among others.

Gilles Coronado, Han Bennink, Ramon Lopez, Mark Turner, Magic Malik, Etienne Mbappe for jazz and Mauro Palmas, Richard Bona, Fuba Orchestra, Adama Drama, Cheik Tidiane seik, Akale Wube, Charlotte Dipanda, Tony Chasseur for music of the world.

He has been playing with Étienne Mbappé and Simon Winse since 2007 and in duo with Benjamin Flament since 2011. Since 2012, he has been part of the company"La vie Brève" with which he participated in the creation of"Crocodile Deceiver" / Didon and Aeneas" (Molière of the best musical theater show in 2014) and" Orfeo, I died in arcadia" in 2017.

In 2017, he recorded his first album with OURS, a quartet composed of Joachim Florent, Hugues Mayot and Emmanuel Scarpa, and performed with the string quartet"Le Banquet"."

-Clement Janinet Website (Translated by Google) (https://www.clementjaninet.site/bio)
4/23/2018

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"Hugues Mayot is a saxophonist and clarinettist from Lorraine born in 1980 currently member of the ONJ of Olivier Benoît. After studying at the conservatories of Metz, Strasbourg, and the CNSM of Paris, he is recruited by Marc Ducret to participate in his great orchestra "The Meaning of the March".

From then on, he multiplies collaborations in the field of jazz and improvised music: André Minvielle, Magma, Radiation 10, Vincent Peirani, François Jeanneau, Paul Brousseau, Bruno Chevillon, Daniel Zimmerman, Han Bennink, Médéric Collignon, Sylvain Rifflet, Jeanne Added, The Campania of Musics at Ouïr, The coronation of the Tympanum, Michael Moore, Antoine Berjault, Yvinec's ONJ, Ciné X'tet, Kolkhoze Printanium, Surnatural Orchestra, Didier Levallet, Sissel Vera Pedersen, Pascal Schumacher, Sophia Ribeiro, Stéphane Payen, Serge Lazarevich, Toma Gouband, HSB, Umlaut Big Band, Jean Wolf Longnon Big Band, United Colors of Sodom etc ...

But also in the field of world music and traditional music : Orlando Poleo, Brice Wassy, ​​Martha Galarraga, Gustavo Ovalles, Chérif Soumano, Osain Del Monte.

Or in the world of song or "current" music : Catherine Ringer, Olivia Ruiz, Katrine, Dominique A, Rover, Agnès Jaoui, Mike Ladd, Doctor L, Franck.

Currently, he writes and plays in his 2 projects as leader : What if? , electric quartet with Jozef Dumoulin, Franck Vaillant and Joachim florent, and L'Arbre Rouge , acoustic quintet with Théo and Valentin Ceccaldi, Joachim Florent and Sophie Bernado.

He is also co-leader of Ikui Doki and Peemai groups. As a devoted sideman , he participates in the new project of Fidel Fourneyron "Que Vola? Pierre Durand's Roots Quartet, Sylvaine Hélary's Spring Roll, Gleizkrew's Philippe Gleizes and Bertrand Beruard's Beps.

Distinctions: Victories of jazz with Marc Ducret and André Minvielle. Soloist Award at the Esprit Jazz competition, 3 group prizes at the Defense Contest with Radiation 10, Pitch Quartet and The Sound Pocket.

Miscellaneous: Contributes to the creation of the cartoon soundtrack "Silex and The City", to the children's book "The Subaquatic Symphonies". He wrote the music for two documentaries by director Thomas Ermel "In the Ropes" and "The Holy Mountain"."

-Hugues Mayot Website (Translated by Google) (https://huguesmayot.fr/)
4/23/2018

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"Joachim Florent was born in 1979 in Schaerbeek - Belgium. An artist with multiple interests, Joachim studied at the ENM of Villeurbanne alongside scientific studies, then at the CNSM in Paris in the jazz department.

A singular musician, he is the bassist of the Jean Louis trio with Aymeric Avice and Francesco Pastacaldi. He also plays with Imperial Quartet and the Imperial Company. Together with Benjamin Flament, he founded MetaL-O-PHoNe and Radiation10, the driving elements of the coax collective. His taste for adventure and renewal led him to collaborate with Finnish musicians such as Aki Rissanen, mandingues in the imperial pulsar or the contemporary music of the bela quartet. Recently installed in Nantes, Joachim works there alongside the singer Maud Trutet.

In 2007, he won the 1st prize for the defense contest, and also the first 2 group prizes (Radiation10 and Jean Louis). Whether playing acoustically or transcending the bass with amplification, he is regularly invited to perform solo (Paris Bass 2008, Le Mans Europa Jazz 2012) and participates with the garden trio in the music of the last Coline Serreau's film - local solutions for a global mess."

-Mood Garden Trio (http://mood-garden-trio.blogspot.com/p/bios.html)
4/23/2018

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"A French guitarist and composer, Gilles Coronado is a near-constant presence on the French jazz and improvised music scene. Influenced by the muscular and uniquely French jazz-rock fusion of the '70s zeuhl scene as well as European guitarists like John McLaughlin and Robert Fripp, Coronado has played and recorded with such bands as Thot, AKA Moon Electric, Urban Mood, Triple Gee, and Collectif Alka; as well as composing and performing music for a variety of theater and dance performances. His albums as a leader include 1999's Urban Mood."

-All Music (https://www.allmusic.com/artist/gilles-coronado-mn0001410122/biography)
4/23/2018

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"Mario Boisseau: After a first prize of cello at the Conservatory of Nevers, he devotes himself to the practice of free improvisation and collaborates with the director Jean Bosko. Also bassist, he accompanies the singer Nadia Rouabeh (first parts of Idir, ONB, Femi Kuti). He then plays alongside Benjamin Flament, co-worker of the COAX Collective, Radiation 10 (1st prize Jazz à la defense 2007), Garden Trio and Manu Codja (concert at the Lyon Opera in 2008).

He performs regularly as part of performances by visual artists such as the Brazilian artist Tunga (at the Templon gallery in 2006) or at the exhibitions and installations of artist Sarah Barthélémy-Sibi.

Today, he shares his life between the cello and the practice of medicine (doctor of Paris hospitals)."

-Mood Garden Trio (http://mood-garden-trio.blogspot.com/p/bios.html)
4/23/2018

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