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Alex Tassel: The First Element - The Sea

First Element: The Sea / Various
Release Date: 05/29/2012 
Label:  Naive   Catalog #: 64007   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Alex Tassel
Performer:  Diego ImbertLaurent De WildeSylvain BeufAlex Tassel,   ... 
Conductor:  José Areán
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Mexican State Symphony Orchestra
Number of Discs: 1 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

In January, 2012 Alex Tassel began the recording of a unique and original work that took place in Mexico. The purpose was to reproduce, through music, eight movements of all the stages of an ocean race. Alex Tassel composed the symphony, and it was arranged and orchestrated by Guy Barker for his quintet and orchestra. The work was inspired by meetings and conversations he has had with great skippers to celebrate the French"Solidaire du Chocolat", a famous race following the road of chocolate. In January, 2012 Alex Tassel began the recording of a unique and original work that took place in Mexico. The purpose was to reproduce, through music, eight movements of all the stages of an ocean race. Alex Tassel composed the symphony, and it was arranged and orchestrated by Guy Barker for his quintet and orchestra. The work was inspired by meetings and conversations he has had with great skippers to celebrate the French"Solidaire du Chocolat", a famous race following the road of chocolate. Read less

Works on This Recording

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The First Element "The Sea" by Alex Tassel
Performer:  Diego Imbert (Double Bass), Laurent De Wilde (Piano), Sylvain Beuf (Tenor Saxophone),
Alex Tassel (Flugelhorn), Julien Charlet (Drums)
Conductor:  José Areán
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Mexican State Symphony Orchestra

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