GĂ©rard Pierron describes himself as someone carrying a text, and it's true that nobody else can draw so much musicality from the words of a poet. Here we have twenty songs that are part of the aura surrounding his path as an artist. They contain everything, or almost: his collaboration with Allain Leprest ("Good-Bye Gagarine" is the first piece that GĂ©rard Pierron composed with him), plus CĂ©line Caussimon, and also musical settings for works written by Louis Brauquier and Raymond Queneau, or other poets who were previously unknown. These recordings prove just how much this material has benefited from his unique work, which shows sensitivity and an unequalled depth in it's humanity.
GĂ©rard Pierron describes himself as someone carrying a text, and it's true that nobody else can draw so much musicality from the words of a poet. Here we have twenty songs that are part of the aura surrounding his path as an artist. They contain everything, or almost: his collaboration with Allain Leprest ("Good-Bye Gagarine" is the first piece that GĂ©rard Pierron composed with him), plus CĂ©line Caussimon, and also musical settings for works written by Louis Brauquier and Raymond Queneau, or other poets who were previously unknown. These recordings prove just how much this material has benefited from his unique work, which shows sensitivity and an unequalled depth in it's humanity.
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Format: CD
Label: FRAS
Rel. Date: 01/15/2021
UPC: 3448960857420

Good-Bye Gagarine
Artist: Pierron / Pierron
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GĂ©rard Pierron describes himself as someone carrying a text, and it's true that nobody else can draw so much musicality from the words of a poet. Here we have twenty songs that are part of the aura surrounding his path as an artist. They contain everything, or almost: his collaboration with Allain Leprest ("Good-Bye Gagarine" is the first piece that GĂ©rard Pierron composed with him), plus CĂ©line Caussimon, and also musical settings for works written by Louis Brauquier and Raymond Queneau, or other poets who were previously unknown. These recordings prove just how much this material has benefited from his unique work, which shows sensitivity and an unequalled depth in it's humanity.