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Vincent Peirani & Émile Parisien: The Art of the Duo

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Vincent Peirani and Emile Parisien share the same passion for musical astonishing stunts. Still young they have rapidly established themselves as distinctive voices on their respective instruments. They are interested in musical style, share the same love of improvisation and are not bound by any technical constraints. This mixtape features highlights from their discographies as leaders and co-leaders. Happy listening! Peirani & Parisien Duo Art “Egyptian Fantasy" Belle Époque (ACT) 0:00 Vincent Peirani “What ...

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Vincent Peirani: Living Being II - Night Walker

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Led Zeppelin and the accordion is an unlikely pairing, but then so is a collection that mixes the compositions of Robert Plant, John Bonham and Jimmy Page with Sonny Bono. Nice, France native and multi-instrumentalist Vincent Peirani has recorded five albums as a leader/co-leader for ACT Records. Living Being ll--Night Walker is the follow up to Living Being (2015), and features the same quintet with the addition of electronics artist Valentin Liechti, who appears briefly on the last of its ...

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Vincent Peirani: Jazz At Berlin Philharmonic IV: Accordion Night

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Exactly what went on at the Berlin Philharmonie's Kammermusiksaal during the evening of 13 February 2015? The venue played host to a Jazz At Berlin Philharmonic concert--the latest in the series, curated by the ACT Music label boss Siggi Loch. Each of these concerts has a single thematic focus and as the title of Jazz At The Berlin Philharmonic IV: Accordion Night suggests, the thematic focus on 13 February was firmly on the accordion. Four masters of the ...

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Vincent Peirani: Thrill Box

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Thrill Box is Vincent Peirani's debut release on the ACT Music label. Its title refers to Peirani's instrument of choice, the accordion. For many, the accordion springs most readily to mind as an East European folk instrument, for others it evokes images of Morris dancers on warm English spring evenings (although that's more usually the concertina) or summers at a French pavement cafe, for others still it's part of the musical culture of South America. On this mixture of original ...