MP3 Louis Babin - Mananara
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12 MP3 Songs
JAZZ: Jazz Fusion, EASY LISTENING: Mood Music
About « Mananara »
To this day, more than 2000 copies sold!
The critics :
"Twelve original compositions for trumpet. A lovely rich tone. His style is clean, fluid, bold. Highly accessible music...we can't stop listening."
Francine Grimaldi - Samedi et rien d'autre, CBC Radio 1 (première chaîne de Radio-Canada)
"A seductively lyrical album paying court to several styles, flirting with jazz, pop and Latin moods."
Alexandre Vigneault - Paroles et musiques
"Film music...road music with the sun breaking through the clouds...music evoking dreams of travel...music that is outward bound. This music is truly grand!"
Myra Cree - Cree et chuchotements, CBC - Radio 2 (chaîne culturelle de Radio-Canada)
"A magnificent self-produced album from a trumpeter whose work is fascinating - indeed, deliciously joyful!"
Éric Messier - Le Quoi
About Louis Babin
Born in Montreal, he began his musical studies at age nine at the « École de musique Vincent D'Indy ». He later went the the « Conservatoire de Musique de la Province » in Montreal. He also studied in film music technique with Don Sebesky, in New York. His musical activities covers a wide range of music styles : jazz, pop, classical, films, plays, recording and teaching.
Freelancer in Montreal, he has been performing as a soloist in Paris, Bâle, Zurich, Toronto and New York. For ten years he was the First chair and soloist for the American Festival of Microtonal Music Ensemble (AFMM) in New York. Louis Babin's original compositions and arrangements for brass quintet are presently edited in the U.S.A. by Hidalgo Music.
He did compose, among other films and plays productions, the soundtrack of the feature film "The List" starring Ryan O'Neil and Ben Gazzara (1999).
He was in nomination for best original score at the Yorktown Short Film & Video Festival in 1997 for the short film « Zie 37e Stagen ».
He is a founder member of the Opus Lib brass quintet giving concerts and master classes in the province of Quebec. Opus Lib was the brass quintet in residence at the Montreal International Music Camp (MIMC). He is part ot the multimedia play for children « Planète Baobab » witch is based upon the book « Le petit prince » (The Little Prince) by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
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