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Claude Lassonde
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Compositeur, guitariste, improvisateur et luthier.
Compositeur, guitariste, improvisateur et luthier.

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Nouveau site de lutherie sur Google+ :
Lutherie Lassonde :

https://sites.google.com/site/lutherielassonde/

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Paru en 2009 chez Universal Canada, production XXI-21, voici finalement disponible sur bandcamp, le disque de l'ensemble Silène, "Silène-Décade" disponible pour la vente de disques compactes ou pour l'écoute en ligne :

https://silene-jazz.bandcamp.com/

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Nouveau CD en collaboration : Matthieu Bélanger Claude Lassonde et Christopher Short :
https://christophergray.bandcamp.com/album/the-pearl-reflections-in-glassine-subliminality "When Free Jazz reaches the outer edges of the sonic universe, the space between the abstract becomes softer. Angular becomes rounded and we find a primordial spirit warmly welcoming us home.
Reviews:
Something else we tripped across whilst voyaging the band camp airwaves, ‘The Pearl – Reflections in Glassine Subliminality’ is a nine suite aural trip crafted by Christopher Short and features the talents of Matthieu Belanger and Claude Lassonde.
A most intoxicating work it is too. Out via cosmic dream-spaceship the description of the work seems fairly accurate and to contextualize, the musical trio creates a deeply mesmerizing and amorphous dream space. So far, since appearing on our radar we’ve dipped in and out sampling it’s richly exotic and hallucinogenic flavorings and with the parting ’Cloudy Geometrics’ having teased and mesmerized us enough to, as it were, put digital pen to digital paper.
In short this album will appeal principally to admirers of both Ariel Kalma and legendary experimental kraut rockers Embryo. The tune Cloudy Geometrics is 8 minutes of the most arresting trance wave groove you’ll hear in such an age. Oceanic swathes of dissipating ambient apparitions swooned in whispering spectral flotillas of woozy clarinets, create a float-y inner space cosmic calm, where realities blur, disappear and reform in dream drift dissolving detail. Arresting stuff.
Review by Mark Barton April 6th 2014
The Sunday Experience - Strange Sounds for Freaky People
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Dernière prise de Silène, Montréal, 29 mars 2016.

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Interprétation très inspirée, musicalité et virtuosité exceptionnelles....
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