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Gheorghe ZAMFIR Marcel Cellier Dédicace

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Gheorghe ZAMFIR Marcel Cellier Dédicace

Dédicacé à Genève 1972 IMPROVISATIONS FLÛTE DE PAN ET ORGUE


IMPROVISATIONS FLÛTE DE PAN ET ORGUE
GHEORGHE ZAMFIR / MARCEL CELLIER
Avec dédicace:
"Pour Anne-Marie affectueusement, 1-2-72, Genève" 











ETAT / CONDITION :
VINYL - Good+
JACKET - EXCELLENT

Label: Label: Disques Festival   – FLD 550,   Disques Cellier   – Hi-Fi 003 Format: Vinyl , LP, Album  
Pays: France Date:   Genre: Folk, World, & Country

Tracklisting
A1 Jocuri Din Banat (Deux Danses Du Banat) 3:25
A2 Doina Riului Olt (Doina De La Rivière Olt) 5:56
A3a Dodà (Învîrtita Din Ardeal)
A3b Ardeleane 2:51
A4 Balada Lui Costea(Munténie) 3:25
A5 Nani, Nani Puişor... Dors, Mon Bébé Dors (Argeş/Munténie) 3:10
B1 Învîrtita De La Cluj (Transylvanie) 1:55
B2 Sorocul Mare (Ardeleana-Banat) 1:50
B3 Doina Din Ardeal: Mult Mà-Ntreab À Inima (Transylvanie) 3:45
B4 Doina Lui Petru Unc (Banat) 3:35
B5 Doina Din Bocşa (Banat) 2:40
B6 Cîntec Din Ardeal: Mociriţa Cu Trifoi (Transylvanie) 3:07

Sociétés, etc.
  • Mastered At     Tonstudio Max Lussi, Basel
  • Pressed By     MPO
  • Distributed By     Musidisc Europe
  • Licensed From     Weck + Vial Disques-Offices Fribourg
  • Printed By     Glory (2)
Crédits
  • Design     Atelier Paul Weber
  • Lyrics By [Poem]     Bernard Dimey
  • Organ [Orgue], Liner Notes     Marcel Cellier
  • Panpipes [Flûte De Pan]     Gheorghe Zamfir
  • Photography By     Catherine Cellier ,   Claude Cellier
  • Recorded By     Pierre Oelhafen
Notes ——Sleeve info——  
Gatefold cover  

Distribution Musidisc-Europe  
Recorded in Chailly, Lausanne.  
Mastered at Tonstudio Max Lussi, Basel.  
Exclusive rights and licences: Weck + Vial Disques-Offices Fribourg/Suisse  
Imp. Glory - 92604 Asnières  
   
——Center-labels info——  
Distribution Musidisc-Europe  
Made in France  
   
——Tracklist info——  
Length given for A3b counts for A3a & A3b together.
Code barre et autres identifiants
  • Other (Rights info): D. R.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): MPO FLD 550 A2 DTV
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MPO FLD 550 B2 DTV
  • Label Code (Distribution code): Ⓤ

Artist Biography by Robert Cummings
Gheorghe Zamfir is without a doubt the world's best-known pan flute player. He has made numerous recordings and became widely popular in the latter decades of the twentieth century.
Zamfir studied music first at the Bucharest Academy of Music, then at the Bucharest Conservatory. While he must be credited to a large extent with being self-taught on the pan flute, he did take lessons on his chosen instrument from Fanica Luca, his most influential teacher. By the late 1960s, he had become a virtuoso pan flute player, with a few recordings to his credit. Still, he remained little-known in his native Romania and was a virtual unknown outside its borders. His lack of recognition at that time owes much to the limited appeal of the pan flute even in his homeland, where there was a reluctance to manufacture the ancient instrument. In 1969, Zamfir met with Swiss musicologist Marcel Cellier , who would be largely responsible for the pan flutist's discovery. Cellier was an organist and engaged Zamfir to join him in a series of concerts in Switzerland, Europe, and elsewhere that eventually resulted in several recordings featuring the pair playing their chosen instruments. One of their more successful collaborations was the album Flute de Pan et Orgue, which was taped from a live concert in Australia. In 1984, the two were given a Grand Prix Award by the Academie du Disque Français for that recording. In 1971, Zamfir met Joeri Murk, a fledgling manufacturer of pan flutes whom he inspired in the years following to produce more instruments. (Murk would also go on to found a pan flute school in 1976 in Zurich.) In 1974, the president of Philips had come to Cellier 's Swiss residence, where he met Zamfir and immediately signed him to a contract. This yielded worldwide issue of a number of highly successful recordings. Shortly after signing the contract with Philips, Zamfir moved to Switzerland with his wife, Marie-Noele. Zamfir gave his Carnegie Hall debut in 1981, after which his career continued with increasing success both on the concert stage and in the recording studio. In 1993, he began teaching at the Dajoeri Pan Flute School in Zurich and five years later, established his own pan flute school, also located in the Swiss capital. The following year, he took Swiss citizenship.
Zamfir 's unique style of playing is characterized by the bending of pitches and imaginative improvisation. He toured Europe with his own ensemble, the Florian Econonu Orchestra, with which he released several recordings. He has been featured on the soundtracks of numerous films, including Picnic at Hanging Rock and The Karate Kid. Zamfir continues to concertize and record a wide variety of music. Sales of Zamfir 's LPs and CDs have generally been strong, owing to their purchase by many buyers who previously had little or no exposure to the pan flute, but who found its exotic, soothing sonorities of great appeal. His albums for Philips have included Music by Candlelight (1983), Romance (1984), A Return to Romance (1988), and Magic of the Panpipes (2001).

Le Vaudois Marcel Cellier, découvreur des voix bulgares, s'est éteint L'ethnomusicologue suisse Marcel Cellier. Le découvreur de la musique des pays de l'Est, Marcel Cellier, s'est éteint Forum / 2 min. / Le 16 décembre 2013 Vidéos et audio L'ethnomusicologue suisse Marcel Cellier. Hommage à Marcel Cellier

Vertigo

le 16 décembre 2013

L'ethnomusicologue suisse Marcel Cellier. Le découvreur de la musique des pays de l'Est, Marcel Cellier, s'est éteint

Forum

le 16 décembre 2013

L'éthnomusicologue romand Marcel Cellier, qui a rendu célèbre les chants des femmes de l'Est dans "Le Mystère des voix bulgares", est décédé vendredi à 88 ans, a-t-on appris lundi.

Le musicien et ethnomusicologue vaudois Marcel Cellier est décédé vendredi dernier à l'âge de 88 ans à l'hôpital de la Riviera vaudoise, a-t-on appris lundi.

Il avait popularisé la flûte de pan du Roumain Gheorghe Zamfir qu’il avait accompagné à l’orgue et avec lequel il avait enregistré plusieurs disques. Le musicien vaudois avait décroché un Grammy Award en 1989.

"Le Mystère des voix bulgares"

Le mélomane avait aussi rendu célèbre les voix envoûtantes des femmes bulgares dans "Le Mystère des voix bulgares", titre d'une série d'émissions de radio.

Laurent Caspary/lgr

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