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BRÛLEZ LES MEUBLES
TARDIF

TOUR DE BRAS & CIRCUM-DISC

Brûlez les meubles is a two-headed musical project imagined by Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière and Éric Normand.

Éric and Louis have known each other for many years and share an interest in each other’s creations despite the fact that they evolve in very different genres and backgrounds and that they live more than 500 km from each other. In addition to liking to improvise together, the two composers are records aficionados and share passion for contemporary jazz, among others.

Each time they meet, they invite different musicians to explore their musical universe, to give life to the melodic and simple compositions that they both prepare with pencil during the months that separate their meetings.
In trio or quartet, BLM has seen Jean Derome, Alexandre Robichaud and Félix Hamel pass through its ranks in addition to drummers Tom Jacques, Louis-Vincent Hamel and John Hollenbeck. The music of the ensembles is both modern and simple, abstract, but meditative and nourished by a common passion for the jazz guitar, from Jim Hall to Bill Frisell, from Rene Thomas to Brandon Ross.

In the fall of 2022, the group will release 2 albums:
Tardif, in quartet with Jean Derome (alto saxophone and flute) and John Hollenbeck (drums)
L’appel du vide, in trio with Tom Jacques (drums)

John Hollenbeck
John Hollenbeck focuses extensively on composing for and leading the critically acclaimed Claudia Quintet and his three-time GRAMMY-Nominated Large Ensemble. The recipient of a B.M. in Percussion and a M.M. in Jazz Composition from the Eastman School of Music, Hollenbeck has since received numerous awards and commissions, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, the ASCAP Jazz Vanguard Award and the Doris Duke Performing Artist Award.
He is well known in new-music circles for his longtime collaboration with Meredith Monk and has worked with many of the world’s leading musicians in jazz including Bob Brookmeyer, Fred Hersch, Kenny Wheeler and Tony Malaby

Jean Derome
One of the most active and eclectic musicians on the Canadian creative music scene, Jean Derome has earned the recognition of a larger public, a rare feat in the world of new music. Thanks to his large-scale musique actuelle projects, his compositions, his work as an improviser, his jazz groups and his music for the screen and the stage, Derome ranks as a major creative force, in Quebec and abroad.
Ever since his work with Nébu (one of Quebec’s first avant-garde jazz groups) in the early ‘70s, Derome has been consistently renewing and diversifying his approach of composition. In the early ‘80s, he co-founded Ambiances Magnétiques, an artists’ collective and record label that both raised his profile at home and introduced his name to the outside world. Derome has also shared the stage with several musicians of international stature, among others Fred Frith, Lars Hollmer, Louis Sclavis and Han Bennink.


Brûlez les meubles est un projet musical bicéphale imaginé par Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière et Éric Normand.

Éric et Louis se connaissent depuis de nombreuses années et partagent un intérêt pour la création de l’autre malgré le fait qu’ils évoluent dans des genres et milieux fort différents et qu’ils vivent à plus de 500 km l’un de l’autre. En plus d’aimer improviser ensemble, les deux compositeurs partagent une boulimie discographique et une passion pour le jazz contemporain (entre autres).

À chaque fois qu’ils se retrouvent, ils convoquent différents musiciens à explorer leur univers musical, à donner vie aux compositions mélodiques et simples que les deux musiciens préparent au crayon plomb, sur des feuilles éparses, durant les mois qui séparent leurs rendez-vous. La musique des ensembles est à la fois moderne et simple, abstraite, mais méditative et nourrie d’une passion commune pour la guitare jazz, de Jim Hall à Bill Frisell, de René Thomas à Brandon Ross.

À l’automne 2022, le groupe publie 2 albums:
Tardif, en quartet avec Jean Derome (saxophone alto et flûte) et John Hollenbeck (batterie)
L’appel du vide, en trio avec Tom Jacques (batterie)

John Hollenbeck
John Hollenbeck ​​se concentre sur la composition et la direction du Claudia Quintet, acclamé par la critique, et de son grand ensemble trois fois nominé aux GRAMMY. Le titulaire d’un B.M. en percussion et un M.M. en composition jazz de l’Eastman School of Music, Hollenbeck a depuis reçu de nombreux prix et commandes, dont une bourse Guggenheim, le prix ASCAP Jazz Vanguard et le prix Doris Duke Performing Artist.
Il est bien connu dans les cercles de la nouvelle musique pour sa collaboration de longue date avec Meredith Monk et a travaillé avec de nombreux musiciens de jazz de premier plan au monde, notamment Bob Brookmeyer, Fred Hersch, Kenny Wheeler et Tony Malaby.

Jean Derome
Depuis Nébu au début des années 70, l’un des premiers groupes de jazz d’avant-garde au Québec, le saxophoniste, flûtiste et compositeur Jean Derome est l’un des musiciens et compositeurs les plus actifs et les plus éclectiques de la scène canadienne des musiques créatives. Co-fondateur de l’étiquette Ambiances Magnétiques, il fait la réputation des Musiques Actuelles Québécoise à l’International et collabore avec de nombreux artistes dont Fred Frith, Le Quan Ninh ou Louis Sclavis.


1,4,9 by Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière
3, 6, 8 by Éric Normand
2 by Albert Mangelsdorff
5 and 7 by Jean Derome (Socan)

Recording: Sébastien Côrriveau & Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière
MIx: Bernard Falaise
Artwork: David Lafrance
Graphic design: Marie-Pierre Morin

Produced by Éric Normand & Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière.
Available in CD-Audio / Digifile, FLAC 44.1kHz / 16 bits & mp3 320 kbps CBR
Produced by Tour de Bras & Circum-Disc


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1 CD-Audio / Digifile
9 tracks / 46:43
Download included
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FLAC 44.1kHz / 16 bits
1 Zip File / 543 Mo
5.00 €  
mp3 320 kbps CBR
1 Zip File / 160 Mo
5.00 €  



Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière: electric guitar
Éric Normand: electric bass
Jean Derome: alto saxophone and bass flute
John Hollenbeck: drums and percussions




BRÛLEZ LES MEUBLES
TARDIF



BUY / ACHETER

1 CD-Audio / Digifile
9 tracks / 46:43
Download included
10.00 €  
FLAC 44.1kHz / 16 bits
1 Zip File / 543 Mo
5.00 €  
mp3 320 kbps CBR
1 Zip File / 160 Mo
5.00 €

Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière: electric guitar
Éric Normand: electric bass
Jean Derome: alto saxophone and bass flute
John Hollenbeck: drums and percussions

Brûlez les meubles is a two-headed musical project imagined by Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière and Éric Normand.

Éric and Louis have known each other for many years and share an interest in each other’s creations despite the fact that they evolve in very different genres and backgrounds and that they live more than 500 km from each other. In addition to liking to improvise together, the two composers are records aficionados and share passion for contemporary jazz, among others.

Each time they meet, they invite different musicians to explore their musical universe, to give life to the melodic and simple compositions that they both prepare with pencil during the months that separate their meetings.
In trio or quartet, BLM has seen Jean Derome, Alexandre Robichaud and Félix Hamel pass through its ranks in addition to drummers Tom Jacques, Louis-Vincent Hamel and John Hollenbeck. The music of the ensembles is both modern and simple, abstract, but meditative and nourished by a common passion for the jazz guitar, from Jim Hall to Bill Frisell, from Rene Thomas to Brandon Ross.

In the fall of 2022, the group will release 2 albums:
Tardif, in quartet with Jean Derome (alto saxophone and flute) and John Hollenbeck (drums)
L’appel du vide, in trio with Tom Jacques (drums)

John Hollenbeck
John Hollenbeck focuses extensively on composing for and leading the critically acclaimed Claudia Quintet and his three-time GRAMMY-Nominated Large Ensemble. The recipient of a B.M. in Percussion and a M.M. in Jazz Composition from the Eastman School of Music, Hollenbeck has since received numerous awards and commissions, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, the ASCAP Jazz Vanguard Award and the Doris Duke Performing Artist Award.
He is well known in new-music circles for his longtime collaboration with Meredith Monk and has worked with many of the world’s leading musicians in jazz including Bob Brookmeyer, Fred Hersch, Kenny Wheeler and Tony Malaby

Jean Derome
One of the most active and eclectic musicians on the Canadian creative music scene, Jean Derome has earned the recognition of a larger public, a rare feat in the world of new music. Thanks to his large-scale musique actuelle projects, his compositions, his work as an improviser, his jazz groups and his music for the screen and the stage, Derome ranks as a major creative force, in Quebec and abroad.
Ever since his work with Nébu (one of Quebec’s first avant-garde jazz groups) in the early ‘70s, Derome has been consistently renewing and diversifying his approach of composition. In the early ‘80s, he co-founded Ambiances Magnétiques, an artists’ collective and record label that both raised his profile at home and introduced his name to the outside world. Derome has also shared the stage with several musicians of international stature, among others Fred Frith, Lars Hollmer, Louis Sclavis and Han Bennink.


Brûlez les meubles est un projet musical bicéphale imaginé par Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière et Éric Normand.

Éric et Louis se connaissent depuis de nombreuses années et partagent un intérêt pour la création de l’autre malgré le fait qu’ils évoluent dans des genres et milieux fort différents et qu’ils vivent à plus de 500 km l’un de l’autre. En plus d’aimer improviser ensemble, les deux compositeurs partagent une boulimie discographique et une passion pour le jazz contemporain (entre autres).

À chaque fois qu’ils se retrouvent, ils convoquent différents musiciens à explorer leur univers musical, à donner vie aux compositions mélodiques et simples que les deux musiciens préparent au crayon plomb, sur des feuilles éparses, durant les mois qui séparent leurs rendez-vous. La musique des ensembles est à la fois moderne et simple, abstraite, mais méditative et nourrie d’une passion commune pour la guitare jazz, de Jim Hall à Bill Frisell, de René Thomas à Brandon Ross.

À l’automne 2022, le groupe publie 2 albums:
Tardif, en quartet avec Jean Derome (saxophone alto et flûte) et John Hollenbeck (batterie)
L’appel du vide, en trio avec Tom Jacques (batterie)

John Hollenbeck
John Hollenbeck ​​se concentre sur la composition et la direction du Claudia Quintet, acclamé par la critique, et de son grand ensemble trois fois nominé aux GRAMMY. Le titulaire d’un B.M. en percussion et un M.M. en composition jazz de l’Eastman School of Music, Hollenbeck a depuis reçu de nombreux prix et commandes, dont une bourse Guggenheim, le prix ASCAP Jazz Vanguard et le prix Doris Duke Performing Artist.
Il est bien connu dans les cercles de la nouvelle musique pour sa collaboration de longue date avec Meredith Monk et a travaillé avec de nombreux musiciens de jazz de premier plan au monde, notamment Bob Brookmeyer, Fred Hersch, Kenny Wheeler et Tony Malaby.

Jean Derome
Depuis Nébu au début des années 70, l’un des premiers groupes de jazz d’avant-garde au Québec, le saxophoniste, flûtiste et compositeur Jean Derome est l’un des musiciens et compositeurs les plus actifs et les plus éclectiques de la scène canadienne des musiques créatives. Co-fondateur de l’étiquette Ambiances Magnétiques, il fait la réputation des Musiques Actuelles Québécoise à l’International et collabore avec de nombreux artistes dont Fred Frith, Le Quan Ninh ou Louis Sclavis.


1,4,9 by Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière
3, 6, 8 by Éric Normand
2 by Albert Mangelsdorff
5 and 7 by Jean Derome (Socan)

Recording: Sébastien Côrriveau & Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière
MIx: Bernard Falaise
Artwork: David Lafrance
Graphic design: Marie-Pierre Morin

Produced by Éric Normand & Louis Beaudoin-de la Sablonnière.
Available in CD-Audio / Digifile, FLAC 44.1kHz / 16 bits & mp3 320 kbps CBR
Produced by Tour de Bras & Circum-Disc


See Also