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Dzouga ! Fatcha peta lou peis

AEPEM 07/02

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« We have been guided by « Fatcha peta lou peis » (1) all along this recording. Often used by collected musicians, it is difficult to define the concept of « cadence ». Maybe it is this specific energy that comes from melodies, and reveals their dynamic and proper rhythms. This approach about colors already exists in the interpretations and work of violinists such as Joseph Perrier, Julien Chastagnol, Alfred Mouret, Léon Peyrat. What they have left us is still existing. These musics belong either to an older tradition (Bourrée) or to a more recent contribution such as well-known couple dances emerged in the end of the nineteenth century in France and Europe. Despite the age and the mystery that are characteristic of these melodies (especially for the bourrées), they show a surprising freshness and a contagious vitality. As a hotpot, we quietly stewed these musics by becoming filled with sounds and rhythms. We have finally found a color, a specific environment, while keeping dance in mind, the first purpose of these musics. So come to eat and move your body ! »

  1. « Break your feet. ». - - Extract from the booklet.

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TitleFatcha peta lou peis
Format1 album avec livret 8 pages
Packagingdigipack
Duration52'49
Release date2007
LabelAEPEM

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Musicians :
Laurence Dupré (violin, alto)
Olivier Wely (violin, alto, song)

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Dzouga ! Fatcha peta lou peis

Dzouga ! Fatcha peta lou peis

« We have been guided by « Fatcha peta lou peis » (1) all along this recording. Often used by collected musicians, it is difficult to define the concept of « cadence ». Maybe it is this specific energy that comes from melodies, and reveals their dynamic and proper rhythms. This approach about colors already exists in the interpretations and work of violinists such as Joseph Perrier, Julien Chastagnol, Alfred Mouret, Léon Peyrat. What they have left us is still existing. These musics belong either to an older tradition (Bourrée) or to a more recent contribution such as well-known couple dances emerged in the end of the nineteenth century in France and Europe. Despite the age and the mystery that are characteristic of these melodies (especially for the bourrées), they show a surprising freshness and a contagious vitality. As a hotpot, we quietly stewed these musics by becoming filled with sounds and rhythms. We have finally found a color, a specific environment, while keeping dance in mind, the first purpose of these musics. So come to eat and move your body ! »

  1. « Break your feet. ». - - Extract from the booklet.