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Mariane Bitran

French flutist, Mariane Bitran, released her fourth album "Wind Of Tomorrow ", in duo with Togolese guitarist Alain Apaloo on the Danish Jazz label, Alisio Music in december 2019. This album, recorded in Copenhagen, includes 9 original tracks and a african/meditative version of " What a Wonderful world ". Since her debut, Mariane Bitran has released two album as a leader, in Quintet form "A Place for You", "All One" and "Grey To Blue " in collaboration with Japanese pianist and composer, Makiko Hirabayashi, feat. American saxophonist, Bob Rockwell. All three albums were released for the Danish Jazz label, Stunt Records and well received both by the audience and the critics . The music is wide-spanning; inspired by different forms and rhythms and by her collaboration with musicians from the world-jazz-scene, as well as her roots in both classical and contemporary music. As soloist Mariane performed in festivals and toured in France, Germany, Denmark and Brazil, with musicians such as: Simon Spang-Hanssen, Pernille Bevort with Marcelo Nisinman, Chassol, Alain Apaloo's Api Pipo with Kurt Rosenwinkel, Zoomtop Orchestra with Richard Bona, Bojan Z, Nene Lima Filho, Olivier Cahours, Poul Reimann, Thomas Fonnesbech, Morten Lund, Anders Mogensen, Christophe Lavergne, only to name a few...

Album

Dreamworld

Label: Alisio Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Soir Bon - Parisian Blue - Dreamworld - Maaneklar - Behind the Backdoor - Central Earth - La La La - Derriere la Montagne

Album

Wind of Tomorrow

Label: Alisio Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Papiers Volants 2. What a Wonderful World 3. Moving Stairs 4. Aye 5. Cordelia 6. St Gregory Hills 7. Walking Along 8. Yelende 9. Wind of Tomorrow 10. Traversée du Désert All compositions by Mariane Bitran, except tracks 4 & 6 by Alain Apaloo and track 2 by G. D. Weiss and B. Thiele.


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