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Sad blues

This piece was originally written for the singer Eddy, native of DOM-TOM, and intended for a spectacle of the troop "illicit dance" of the choreographer Saint-Quentinois Olaf Sibi. The piece became more jazzy with Fabienne and Caroline, then very "blues in Tom Waits" with Nicolas and its group "Les gentlemen". Recently, it is the music which will be of use as base to a work of the pupils of the school "Les Molières" in Essarts le Roi, so that they write in group their own song. In the measures 41-44, transform tongs into double-pointed tongs for more rhythm. Highlight the superior note of the agreements of the right hand (theme) and the thumb of the right hand in the measures 25 in 40.

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Spring 2

This piece, I wrote it at about the 1995s. The title : Printemps. (Finally, for what that wants to say… ). In this time, I travelled by train, every day, to go to my work. One hour of travel. I had the time to read and to write. Even of the music. I had made the harmonious analysis of Beethoven's sonatina. I used this harmonious walking to write "Printemps". I lengthened, added the whole blocks, changed the rhythmic and the tempo. In fact, there is only a structure, a skeleton on which I put back a new flesh and some laces. Main character : birdbrain ! The Baroque’s music is based on the independence of the voices. From the 18-th century, one accompanies a melody. For the Baroque, the voices are quite equal, everybody speaks together. One always finds this way of making in the jazz (New Orleans) and the music Klezmer. "Printemps" is written in this style. There are 3 parts which quarrel, complement each other, converse, enjoy themselves. Three parts, three voices : guitar, stamp : Rain, and piano. For me, it is a piece which makes smile and the same laughter. It is as well for me, a sign that it is not so bad as that.

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Spring 2 - Piano

Solo piano score -This piece, I wrote it at about the 1995s. The title : Printemps. (Finally, for what that wants to say… ). In this time, I travelled by train, every day, to go to my work. One hour of travel. I had the time to read and to write. Even of the music. I had made the harmonious analysis of Beethoven's sonatina. I used this harmonious walking to write "Printemps". I lengthened, added the whole blocks, changed the rhythmic and the tempo. In fact, there is only a structure, a skeleton on which I put back a new flesh and some laces. Main character : birdbrain ! The Baroque’s music is based on the independence of the voices. From the 18-th century, one accompanies a melody. For the Baroque, the voices are quite equal, everybody speaks together. One always finds this way of making in the jazz (New Orleans) and the music Klezmer. "Printemps" is written in this style. There are 3 parts which quarrel, complement each other, converse, enjoy themselves. Three parts, three voices : guitar, stamp : Rain, and piano. For me, it is a piece which makes smile and the same laughter. It is as well for me, a sign that it is not so bad as that.

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VALETTE Bertrand

VALETTE Bertrand

Born in 1982 in Oullins (in the Rhône, France), I started music at the age of 12 by studying the saxophone, an instrument for which I took lessons for 15 years.

In parallel, I played junior school orchestra music until I was 18 and I joined the harmony « L’abeille » from Pierre-Benite.

I began studying the flute at age 21 and I am currently in graduate school for this instrument.

I still play in the harmony « L’abeille »," but I've also been integrated Orchestra Flute Rhone and occasionally the harmony from Tarare, without forgetting the harmony of Oullins I played for a few years.

During these years of musical career, I had the opportunity to play at the Labour Exchange, in the Auditorium as well as the Opera from Lyon. This gave me the chance to do a concert with Juliette Hurel (flute solo of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra).

Alongside my studies flutist, for 9 years I have participated in music conducting courses every summer.

And of course, I composed ... hence my presence on this site. You can also find videos of my songs (and others that I have the pleasure of playing) on Youtube.

Classical

Classical

Classical music extending from death of Johann Sebastian Bach in 1750 to 1820. It follows the Baroque and was followed in turn by the Romantic era.

By extension and by misuse of language, it supposed to be all Western art music from the Renaissance to the Contemporary. In which cases, it is opposed to popular music, from the West or elsewhere.