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François Jeanneau - Éphémère album flac Performer: François Jeanneau
Title: Éphémère
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Free Improvisation, Avant-garde Jazz
Released: 1977
Country: France
MP3 album: 1348 mb
FLAC album: 1636 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: AAC TTA MMF VOX VQF AIFF RA
Genre: Jazz

François Jeanneau ‎– Éphémère. Label: Owl Records (4) ‎– OWL 07. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Artwork By – Francis Paudas. Composed By, Arranged By, Orchestrated By – François Jeanneau.

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François Jeanneau is a french saxophonist, born june 15 1935 in Paris. Studied piano classically and at university (Musicologie teaching diploma awarded in 1977) - Was awarded the Django prize by the Académie du Jazz (1980) - Was the chief of the first ONJ (Orchestre National de Jazz) - Has had lengthy collaborations with avec . Celea : J. Thollot’s quartet, duos, groups with Daniel Humair and F. Jeanneau, then with D. Pifarély and F. Laizeau, created.

François Jeanneau (born June 15, 1935, Paris) is a French jazz saxophonist, flautist, and composer. Jeanneau studied flute under René Leroy at the Paris Conservatory, but was an autodidact on saxophone. He began playing professionally in 1960 at the Club Saint Germain, then worked in the big band of Jef Gilson and in a sextet with François Tusques. In the late 1960s and early 1970s he was a member of the band Triangle (fr).

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Tracklist

Aurore 3:21
Fables 3:41
Complicité 7:02
Sortilèges 6:38
Éphémère 4:34
Effervescence 4:31
Quiétude 3:54
Crépuscule 4:59

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OWL 07 François Jeanneau Éphémère ‎(LP, Album) Owl Records OWL 07 France 1977
OWL 07 François Jeanneau Éphémère ‎(Cass, Album) Owl Records OWL 07 France Unknown
OWL 07 François Jeanneau Éphémère ‎(LP, Album, RE) Owl Records OWL 07 France Unknown