Ragtime: Works by Debussy, Fontaine, Waller, Joplin, Chauvin/Joplin, Turpin Bruno Fontaine

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2013

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
03.12.2013

Label: Aparté

Genre: Instrumental

Subgenre: Piano

Interpret: Bruno Fontaine

Komponist: Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, James Scott Skinner (1843-1927), Joseph Lamb, Joseph Daly

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  • 1Golliwog's Cakewalk03:00
  • 2Golliwog's Cakewalk variations04:08
  • 3Honeysucle Rose05:13
  • 4Maple Leaf Rag04:39
  • 5The Pan-Am Rag04:50
  • 6The Entertainer05:17
  • 7American Beauty05:15
  • 8Climax Rag03:57
  • 9Heliotrope Bouquet05:39
  • 10The Saint Louis Rag04:07
  • 11Wall Street Rag05:50
  • 12Ragtime Nightmare03:22
  • 13Chicken Reel04:50
  • 14OpéRagNight02:44
  • 15Grace and Beauty05:09
  • 16Handful of Keys04:24
  • 17Rag, Lag and More Rag03:48
  • 18Ragtime Parade03:43
  • Total Runtime01:19:55

Info zu Ragtime: Works by Debussy, Fontaine, Waller, Joplin, Chauvin/Joplin, Turpin

Bruno Fontaine ist ein vielseitiger Künstler, er ist Konzertpianist, Dirigent, Arrangeur und Komponist. Nach dem mit Auszeichnung abgeschlossenen Studium am Konservatorium von Paris vermischte sich schnell seine Bega- bung als klassischer Pianist mit dem Interesse an anderen Musikstilen. Er arrangierte und orchestrierte für Stars wie Johnny Hallyday, Julia Migenes, Ute Lemper oder Paolo Conte, leitete zum Teil deren Ensembles und beherrschte die unterschiedlichen Stile mühelos. Und gleichzeitig stand er am Pult des London Symphony Orchestra und anderer klassischer Klang- körper. Mit "Ragtime" behält Fontaine die große Bandbreite bei und spannt den musikalischen Bogen von Claude Debussy bis zu Fats Waller.

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Bruno Fontaine
From 1986-1989 Bruno Fontaine collaborated as musical director with three major French pop and rock artists : Alain Chamfort, Mylène Farmer and Johnny Hallyday In Paris, 1990 he collaborated on the concept and production of the very successful original work entitled “Lambert Wilson Chante” for which he signed both the arrangements and musical direction.

His encounter in 1992 with Ute Lemper led to a prosperous alliance as both producer and arranger beginning with her album “Illusions” recorded in London which won in 1993 the “Académie Charles Cros prize. He also accompanied Ute as pianist for the world tour of “Illusions” with performances in Japan, Australia, USA and Europe.

In 1994, he produced and arranged for Ute Lemper a second album entitled “City of Strangers” . Commissioned by Sony Classical in 1996 Bruno Fontaine arranged and conducted an album featuring the guitarist John Williams with the London Symphony Orchestra.. In April 1997 he arranged and produced a CD for the label Virgin classic of the French actor and singer Lambert Wilson which was followed by a three week run at Théâtre de la Ville in Paris. In May 1997, he arranged and produced another CD released by Erato/Warner for the German actress/singer Hanna Schygulla performing works by R.W. Fassbinder 1997 also marked Bruno FONTAINE’s composing career dud to an encounter with French film director Alain Resnais who commissioned an original score for the musical motion picture : “On connait la chanson”, a score for which Bruno Fontaine obtained in 1998 two nominations ; the French Motion Picture Awards and the French Music Awards. In January 1999, Bruno collaborated with multi-instrumentalist Michel Portal for the world premiere of a symphonic work: “Cinco de la tarde” , a tribute to the late Astor Piazzola. Bruno Fontaine's most recent compositions include Round TM', a tribute to Thelonious Monk, premiered by jazz saxophonist, Louis Sclavis and the Orchestre des Concerts Lamoureux at the Champs Elysées Theater in December 2001.

He also composed two symphonic suites entitled Hulophonies. These works were inspired by the movies of Jacques Tati and created for the Cannes Film Festival in 2002 with the Orchestre de Cannes conducted by Philippe Bender and performed by the French actors Macha Makeieff and Jérôme Deschamps.

Bruno Fontaine is also credited for the following original film scores: “La vie ne me fait pas peur” directed by Noémie Lvovsky, Tangos volés directed by Eduardo De Gregorio, Ca ira mieux demain and C'est le bouquet directed by Jeanne Labrune. Bruno Fontaine performs regularly with Françoise Pollet, Wilhelmenia Fernandez, and Katarina Jovanovic, Sonia Wieder Atherton, Miguel Da Silva and Guillaume Sutre, the Ysaye Quartet and Michel Portal.

Recent solo appearances include collaborations with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris, the Orchestre de Cannes and the Orchestre des Concerts Lamoureux, under the batons of Yutaka Sado, Philippe Bender and Edmon Colomer.

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