Album by the French accordionist Maurice Larcange next to instruments such as piano, bass, drums, saxophone and guitar. In the singer's vocal tracks Marc Pascal, a voice Larcange used quite some time. The CD features 20 interpretations of other themes suitable for ballroom dancing: quickstep, tango, waltz, foxtrot, bolero, madison, rumba, march, swing, disco, samba and slow offering a repertoire for practice ballroom or to enjoy hearing about an hour.
Larcange Maurice, born near Valenciennes (France) (1929-2007) has been one of the best French accordionists of the history, great figure in music 'musette' and conductor. He learned the instrument in the family school of his father and eventually became an internationally renowned musician, renowned radio and television, with a large number of music recordings, of which many were of his own creation ('Pistonnete' 'Look musette', etc..). Larcange, (nickname 'Momo') worked in the teaching and promotion of young talents of the accordion.
Album released in Spain in 1968 by Decca Phase 4 Stereo performed by the great French accordionist Maurice Larcange, which offers 12 splendid interpretations of other themes universally associated with the image of the so-called City of Light, Paris. The music of Paris has always been associated, besides the Piaf, with the accordion.
Album released in France in 1988 orchestrated by the great French accordionist Maurice 'Momo' Larcange and his orchestral group, with instruments like piano, accordion, bass, drums, saxophone and guitar. There are 17 songs sung by singer Marc Pascal, a voice that Larcange used quite some time. The CD offers 26 interpretations of themes suitable for ballroom dancing.
Sentimental Journey CD series is a strong one with lots of fine music from a wide diversity of artists. I really like the music on this albums. The sound quality is really rather good considering the age of these recordings.
À travers l’étude des ouvrages de nombreux penseurs contemporains, marxistes ou libéraux (Alain Minc, Jacques Attali, Alain Finkielkraut, Edgar Morin, Marek Halter, Jacques Derrida, Pierre Bourdieu, Guy Konopnicki, Albert Jacquard, etc.), on découvre que les intellectuels « cosmopolites » appellent maintenant ouvertement au métissage généralisé, à la suppression des frontières et à l’unification du monde, dans un discours inlassablement répété et de plus en plus débridé. …