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L'Orchestre De Contrebasses - Danses Occidentales MP3

L'Orchestre De Contrebasses - Danses Occidentales MP3
  • Performer L'Orchestre De Contrebasses
  • Title Danses Occidentales
  • Date of release 1982
  • Country France
  • Style Baroque, Modern, Post-Modern, Classical
  • Label Le Chant Du Monde
  • Catalog number LDX 74785
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1375 mb
  • Size FLAC 1157 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 150

Tracklist

1Bottesini Blues 7'05 / Blues
Written-By – C. Gentet
7:05
2Introduction Au Faisan 1'13 / Twist
Written-By – C. Gentet
1:13
3Oui 3'32 / Treum
Written-By – C. Gentet
3:32
4La Moto 1'15 / Rock'n'Roll
Written-By – J.P. Viret
1:15
5Good Bye Pork Pie Hat 5'52 / Slow-Rock
Chorus – Yves TorchinskyWritten-By – Charlie Mingus
5:52
6Beret, Beurre, Cornichons 2'30 / Valse Musette
Soloist – J.P. ViretWritten-By – J.P. Viret
2:30
7Le Faisan 3'07 / Twist
Soloist – Nicolas PorchyWritten-By – Zool Fleischer
3:07
8Septembre 4'22 / Valse
Chorus – Bob DrewrySoloist – Jean-Pierre Robert Written-By – C. Gentet
4:22
9Tango 2'38 Et 1'57 / Samba
Chorus – Dominique LemerleWritten-By – C. Gentet, M. Pizarro
4:38

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GL102L'Orchestre De ContreBasses Danses Occidentales ‎(LP, Ltd, Num, RM)GroovelandGL102Germany1996
MG 007 / 08748 2L'Orchestre De Contrebasses Danses Occidentales ‎(CD, Album, RE)Musica GuildMG 007 / 08748 2France1995
KICC 325L'Orchestre De Contrebasses Danses Occidentales ‎(CD, Album, RE)Seven SeasKICC 325Japan2000

Credits

  • ContrabassBob Drewry, Brigitte Radal, Dominique Lemerle, Jean-Philippe Viret, Nicolas Porchy, Yves Torchinsky, Eric Lagace
  • Directed ByChristian Gentet

Companies

  • Distributed By – Harmonia Mundi

Album

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