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Guillaume Janssen
Website & blog setup / Music blogger
Website & blog setup / Music blogger


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Public Service Broadcasting - Mother Of The Village
From Every Valley (2017)

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Jóhann Jóhannsson - Odi et amo
From Englabörn (2002)

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Jóhann Jóhannsson - Orphée (2016)

Born in Reykjavík and based in Berlin, Jóhann Jóhannsson is a modern classical composer whose art encompasses minimalism (for strings and piano), acoustic or electronic drone-based music, orchestral scores and choir music. A cinematic composer, Jóhann Jóhannsson’s music is always concerned with a particular narrative, eco parables, history or myths. Loosely based on the story of Orpheus and on the various readings of the myth over the years, Orphée was released on the Deutsche Grammophon record label in September 2016 last.

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Amadou & Mariam - Bofou Safou
From La Confusion (Out Sept 2017)

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Ezio Bosso - Rain, In Your Black Eyes
From Music for Weather Elements (2013)

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Birds on a Wire - Ô Solitude (comp. Henry Purcell)
From Birds on a Wire (2014)

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Birds on a Wire (2014)

Birds on a Wire is an enchanting voice and cello duo formed by French-American singer Rosemary Standley (with multinational France-based alt-folk band Moriarty) and young Brazilian singer, songwriter and cellist Dominique Pinto aka Dom la Nena. Initiated by Rosemary Standley in 2011 as “Rosemary’s Songbook”, the project evolved into the Birds on a Wire duo when the producer of Madamelune – an independent Paris-based stage and music production company – introduced her to Dom La Nena. Touring as a live show in intimate venues from September 2012 onwards, the duo eventually went into a studio to record the songs.

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Amanar - Tumastin
From Tumastin (2016)

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Sven Helbig & Fauré Quartett - Eisenhüttenstadt
From Pocket Symphonies (2013)

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Catalyst Quartet - String Quartet No. 3 "Mishima" , VI
Comp. Philip Glass

Karla Donehew Perez & Jessie Montgomery: Violin
Paul Laraia: VIola
Karlos Rodriguez: Cello
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