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Olivier Manchon Orchestre de Chambre Miniature, Vol. 1

by Olivier Manchon Orchestre de Chambre Miniature

Orchestre de Chambre Miniature - Volume 1 is the personal project of French violinist and composer Olivier Manchon, better known for his collaborations with indie acts My Brightest Diamond and Sufjan Stevens, and as co-leader of orchestral pop group Clare
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Breakfast Queen
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2. Memoires
4:56 $0.99
3. Just a Second
5:03 $0.99
4. Come Back
3:39 $0.99
5. Feline Leukemia
4:20 $0.99
6. Thirds
6:13 $0.99
7. The Hanged Man
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8. Valse Triste
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"Orchestre de Chambre Miniature, Volume 1'' must be what Gunther Schuller had in mind 53 years ago when he coined the term "third stream,'' referring to a hybrid of classical and jazz...A gorgeous piece of work, full of lovely compositions, lush ensemble playing, and inspired improvisation. It's Ravel, cafe music, Philip Glass scores, and West Coast jazz in one. The way John Ellis wails through his bass clarinet over a repeated piano chord on "Just a Second'' breaks your heart, and the second half of "Thirds'' - built on a ridiculously simple two-chord arpeggio played by bass clarinet - is so beautiful you want to cry." -- The Boston Globe



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