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Lazro, Daunik / Jouk Minor / Thierry Madiot / David Chiesa / Louis-Michel Marion: Sonoris Causa (NoBusiness)

This single extended performance brings together a collective of improvisers playing low range instruments in order to build an acoustic sonic sculpture, from the quintet of Daunik Lazro on baritone saxophone, Jouk Minor on contrabass sarrusophone, Thierry Madiot on bass trombone & telescopic tubes, and both David Chiesa and Louis-Michel Marion on 5-string double bass.
 

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Label: NoBusiness
Catalog ID: NBCD 153
Squidco Product Code: 31755

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2022
Country: Lithuania
Packaging: Jewel Case
Recorded at Festival Musique Action in Vandoeuvre, France, on May 31st, 2003, by Francois Dietz.


Personnel:

Daunik Lazro-baritone saxophone

Jouk Minor-contrabass sarrusophone

Thierry Madiot-bass trombone, telescopic tubes

David Chiesa-5 strings double bass

Louis-Michel Marion-5 strings double bass

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"The French saxophonist Daunik Lazro combines a tart, piercing tone with a quick mind and a flexible philosophy of music-making. His professional start was in bassist Saheb Sarbib's orchestra, a relationship he maintained through most of the '70s, which included three recordings. His first steps playing his own music involved a radical resizing of the cast on-stage, going from orchestra playing to solo saxophone concerts and duets. In the '80s, he busily played with many on the European improvised music scene, including bassist Jean Jacques Avenel, cellist Tristan Honsinger, violinist Carlos Zingaro, drummer Christian Rollet, and saxophonist Evan Parker, among others. In the mid-'80s, Lazro expanded his partnerships to include dance and theater projects, including work with the Company of the Chance.

He formed a particularly fine trio in 1987 with fellow saxophonist Michel Doneda and the brilliant ppercussionistLê Quan Ninh, playing at many of the major European festivals and also touring in Canada. Duets with the American free improviser Joe McPhee are a 1991 discographical highlight, during a period when Lazro also began playing viola. In 1993, he started his own orchestra as well as a quartet called Outlaws in Jazz with Jac Berrocal, Didier Levallet, and Dennis Charles. In 1995, he toured Europe in a triple-threat combination with both McPhee and Parker, and the former artist also joined him in a quartet the following year with the superb British contrabassist Paul Rogers. In the late '90s, he continued involvement with a series of orchestra projects, often as a guest soloist."

-All Music, Eugene Chadbourne (http://www.allmusic.com/artist/daunik-lazro-mn0000956932/biography)
6/30/2022

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Jouk Minor is a French saxophonist, known for the group Armonicord, and for the trio with Pierre Favre and Eje Thelin.

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/370847-Jouk-Minor)
6/30/2022

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"Thierry Madiot French parisian sound artist

a breather, inventor of instruments and collector of accessories, sound massage maker and trombonist who furrows the improvise and the contemporary music and leads musical time by a perpetual transgression with a true direction of improvisation and the deep interest in collaborations.

He is near of the "Instants chavirés team" until the beginning (18 years) where he organize a lot of concerts, performances and last years a festival "ça vaut jamais le réel". He work a lot too until ten years with CCAM, musical scene of the well known Vandoeuvre festival of experimental music "musique action international" in East France.

He work recently with Le Quan Ninh, Thomas Lehn, Malcolm Goldstein, Jim Denley, Matthias Kaul, Axel Dörner, Seijiro Murayama, Tom Johnson (recording)...

He was invit by Derek Bailey in 1993 at "the company week" at the place theater in London with Ikue Mori Phil Minton ...

Improvised and composed Music with or without texts, images, dance, in solo or with for ea those musicians and artists: Frédéric Acquaviva, Sophie Agnel, Noël Akchoté, Steve Arguelles, Didier Aschour, Derek Bailey, Richard Barrett, Pascal Battus, Claude Barthelemy, Christoph Baumann, Olivier Benoit, Frédéric Blondy, Jaap Blonk, Pierre Boesflug, Raymond Boni, Hélène Breschand, Hans Burgener, Don Byron, Jean-François Canape, Mathieu Chamagne, Fabrice, Laurent et Xavier Charles, Denis Charolles, Bruno Chevillon, Denis Colin, François Corneloup, Pablo Cueco, Roland Dahinden, Laurent Dehors, Benoit Delbecq, Caroline Delume, Axel Dörner, Quentin Dubost, Marc Ducret, Daniel Erdmann, Jean-Christophe Feldhandler, Esther Ferrer, Alexander Frangenheim, Stéphane Garin, Anne Garrigues, Olivier Gelpe, Christian Germain, François Guell, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Olivia Grandville, Kamal Hamadache, Günter Heinz, Jean-Pierre Jullian, Kristoff Kroll, Franck Lambert, Daunik Lazro, Le Quan Ninh, Urs Leimgruber, Didier Levallet, George E Lewis, Joëlle Léandre, Ramon Lopez, Kamel Maad, Alain Mahé, Jean-Michel Marchetti, Lionel Marchetti, Jim Meneses, Phil Minton, Yanik Miossec, Jean-Marc Montera, Ikue Mori, Seijiro Murayama, Theo Nabicht, Michael Nick, Jérôme Noetinger, Annick Nozati, Stéphane Oliva, Guillaume Orti, Evan Parker, Didier Petit, Emmanuel Petit, Ulrich Philipp, Dominique Répécaud, Margritt Rieben, Stéphane Rives, Jean-Pierre Robert, Yves Robert, Carol Robinson, Felix Rückert, Joël Ryan, Camel Zekri, Alexander von Schlippenbach, Jacques Siron, Alfred Spirli, Claude Tchamitchian, Patricio Villaroël, Bert Wrede, Carlos Zingaro ...

Last years Works: "In-ouïr" (performances in duet with dancer Li-Ping Ting), "Lo" with Pascal Battus and Seiji Murayama, "Rekmazladzep" with Dominique Répécaud, Daunik Lazro and Camel Zekri, duo with Alfred Spirli, " In sonoris Causa " of Daunik Lazro, " Garazi ", ", Informo live revue and "Ziph" Tub ensemble with " le Crime ". He ground in collaboration with Pascal Battus the " sound massages " cf http://soundmassage.free.fr wich is not a new age experience but an individual art sound concert with tiny object near the ears.

And work with a air compressor and long telescopic tubes on an sound installation (without electronics)

It's happen for example at "Musique Action" Scène nationale de Vandoeuvre, at Fondation Cartier, at Le Mans Europa festival, Musée de Tourcoing, de Villeneuve d'Asq, in Le tipi centre Georges Pompidou, at Banlieues Bleues, at la Company Week 93, WIM Bern, at Instants Chavirés, at Cyclop of Jean Tinguely, at festivals "Musiques en scène" de Lyon, "Fruits de Mhere", Asprojazz, Polysonneries in Lyon, de Mulhouse, "Densités", "Ouverture Danse" in Marseille, "Ecoute si il pleut" in Rouen, de jazz de Grenoble, d'Apt, in la Seyne sur mer, "Xiru", Ixtaxou, Jazz au fil de l'eau, in Lausanne, at Geneve AMR, "Humanoise", "Résonances" in Saint Nazaire, "Poésie Mode d'emploi" in Béssèges, "Audio Frames" Lille 2004, Rurart... In Germany, England, Belgium, Antigua, Armenia, Belgium, Congo, Espana, Finland, Italia, Algeria, Lebanon, Sweden, Swiss, Taiwan and of course France. He ground some experimental art production associations, Astrolab, In-ouïr, Topophonie" or Informo. He had been invited by collectives as LMC of London, Le Crime/ Malterie in Lille, Wim Bern, Wie of Wiesbaden, ARFI of Lyon, Emil 13 Nancy... Organize the festival In ouïr "Ca vaut jamais le réel" until 2004 to 2009 at Instants Chavirés.(Ben Patterson, Roi Vaara, Malcolm Goldstein, Luiz Enrique Yudo, Esther Ferrer, Tom Johnson, Serge Pey, Julyen Hamilton...) He also play often some modern written music in various group as Dedalus (dedicated to minimal music) or Hiatus (dedicated to improvised and written music) as John Cage, Tom Johnson, Giancinto Scelsi, Vinko Globokar, Dieter Schnebel, Pierre Jodlovsky Jean-Christophe Feldhandler, Art Clay, quatuor Hélios, Pascale Criton."

-Thierry Madiot Website (http://madiot.free.fr/spip.php?article109)
6/30/2022

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"David Chiesa: Doublebass, Electric bass.

With particular focus on improvisation since 1997, David explores the relation with other artistic practices such as dance (with Fine Kwiatkowski, Valérie Métivier, Véronique Albert, Yukiko Nakamura), poetry (with Ly Thanh Tiên) or experimental films ( with Xavier Quérel, Christophe Auger, Etienne Caire, Gaêlle Rouard)...

Due to his interest in reality as the subject-matter for play, he met a group of artists by the name of Ouie/Dire (Marc Pichelin, Jean Pallandre, Laurent Sassi, Xavier Charles, Isabelle Duthoit, Kristoff Guez) with whom he developed links between "musical" improvisation and phonography.

As an improviser, he has participated in numerous meetings and developed several long-term collaboration with musicians such as Jean Luc Guionnet, Frédéric Blondy, Michel Doneda, Isabelle Duthoit... He has played in Europe, the United States, Lebanon, Africa, Estonia, Japan... He is a co-founding member of Le Clou, a Dordogne-based association which seeks to review and disseminate improvisation practices."

-David Chiesa Website (http://david.chiesa.en.free.fr/David_Chiesa_En/Biography.html)
6/30/2022

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"Louis-Michel Marion"

"After starting as a rock / blues bassist and studying speech therapy and language sciences, he studied bass with Jean-François Jenny-Clark and Pierre Hellouin. He takes great musical lessons by playing alongside Jacques Di Donato, Vinko Globokar, Joe McPhee, Steve Potts, Paul Rogers, Annick Nozati, Keith Rowe, Malcolm Goldstein, Le Quan Ninh (non exhaustive list).

He approaches his instrument without a priori, simply as a sound generator. His work of improvisation feeds on listening to musicians such as Joëlle Léandre, G. Scelsi, Barre Phillips, Daunik Lazro, I. Xenakis, S. Sciarrino and Morton Feldman (non exhaustive list).

"As comfortable in the contemporary field as in the improvisation - still a similarity with Joëlle Léandre, finely combining the play with the bow and the pizzicato, Marion takes us to countries of a poetic quite joyous And repetitive at will. "Serge Perrot / Improjazz

"Marion affirms her desire to pull ropes out of her double bass all the life they contain, until the last breath. Arco, he becomes the receiver, then the transmitter of vibrations that occupy the space to draw a sonorous, moving and palpable material, so much his work on the resonances, the grain and the colors allows each one To feel it physically. Like a sculpture of the invisible. We do not listen to this music, we receive it in the hollow of the stomach, throbbing and dark, animated by a continuous movement, such as the choreography of a struggle between internal forces whose tension never weakens; She opened the doors of an unknown attracting and disturbing in equal proportions. "Denis Desassis / Citizen Jazz

For twenty years, he has devoted himself mainly to improvisation in ensembles of all sizes, from duet to 15tet (notably with Systme Friche / Jacques DiDonato) to a continuing relationship with choreographer Aurore Gruel (duet Hay Que Caminar) as well as the exploration of solo double bass parts (Scelsi, Scodanibbio, Donatoni, Bussotti, Goldstein ...). Fascinated by the music of Eliane Radigue, he met her in 2104 and created "Occam Océan XIX" for five-string bass, "Occam River V" for double bass and bass clarinet with Carol Robinson (Music Festival Démesurées in November 2014) "Occam Hexa III" (Cartier Foundation, July 2016).

Regularly invited by the Ensemble Ultim'Asonata - specializing in contemporary music, he is also a member of the group Azéotropes (contemporary jazz, improvisation) around the pianist composer Loris Binot.In 2009, he founded the Nocturnal Archipelago, a string and percussion ensemble dedicated to music on the margins of improvisation and open writing, for which he composed.

Sensitive to architecture, the spatial and acoustic environment, he particularly likes to plan and organize musical projects in unconventional places.Always leaving for interdisciplinary meetings, he participated in numerous choreographic, theatrical or other creations ... and has been closely interested in the viola da gamba for a few years.

LM Marion is regularly asked to conduct improvisation workshops by conservatories, music schools or in connection with festivals (Nancy, Metz, Lille, Montreuil, Malzéville, Troyes, Reims, Saint Dié, CNFPT of Nancy, CEFEDEM Of Lorraine, CCAM-National Scene of Vandoeuvre les Nancy, University of Reims-Champagne Ardenne, Conservatory of Saint-Die of the Vosges, CRR of Nancy ...).

His research has led him to take part in numerous theatrical, choreographic, cinematographic and radio creations (France Musique: "Les contes du jour et du nuit", "Une unevisvis", "Alla Breve"),

Collaborations with Cie Ormone / Aurore Gruel, Cie Echo / Christine Koetzel, Mille Faille / Marie Cambois Co., Li-Luo Cie / Camille Mutel, Cie In Freech ..., Cie Inouïe / Thierry Balasse / Maud Contini, Cie Distortion / Hervé Birolini, readings with Michaël Glück (Festival Poema)

Among his recent creations:

- "Mnemoliths" composition for the Nocturnal Archipelago, creation at the Music Action 2013 festival (CCAM-National Scene of Vandœuvre les Nancy)- "Fantaisie en Si", by Françoise Toullec, commissioned by Radio France for the program Alla Breve- "Nine Days" Cie ENZ at the Festival Exp-Edition / Biennale de la danse en Lorraine- "Riverrun" (around Finnegans Wake by James Joyce), "If any" and "Two by two" with Maud Contini (Cie Temporal)

He has published 2 CDs solo:

"Grounds" Poem-meditation on the low string, on the Emil label"5 strophes", on the label Kadima Collective Records

Some of his collaborations include: Daunik Lazro, Jacques Di Donato, Xavier Charles, Camel Zekri, Dominique Regef, Malcolm Goldstein, Fran¨oise Toullec, Mimi Lorenzini, Steve Potts, Annick Nozati, Eliane Radigue, Matthias Kaul, Thierry Madiot, Fabrice Villard, Matthias Pontevia Jean-Luc Petit, Eric Brochard, Jean-Marc Montera, Dominique Rˇpˇcaud, Claude Tchamitchian, Eric Echampard, Joe Mc Phee, Laurent Dailleau, Sophie Agnel, Fabrice Charles, Laurent Charles, Jˇr™me Bourdellon, David Chiesa, Jim Denley, Keith Rowe, Philippe Berger, Hervˇ Birolini, Aurore Gruel, Antoine Arlot, Carol Robinson, Hˇl¸ne Breschand..."

-Louis-Michel Marion Website (translated by Google) (http://louismichelmarion.wixsite.com/louis-michel-marion/bio)
6/30/2022

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track listing:


1. Sonoris Causa 1 28:48

2. Sonoris Causa 2 26:07

3. Sonoris Causa 3 11:43
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This single extended performance brings together a collective of improvisers playing low range instruments in order to build an acoustic sonic sculpture, from the quintet of Daunik Lazro on baritone saxophone, Jouk Minor on contrabass sarrusophone, Thierry Madiot on bass trombone & telescopic tubes, both David Chiesa and Louis-Michel Marion on 5-string double bass. The resulting piece is a continuous 66 minute performances, indexed to three tracks for the listener's convenience.

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