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“Talented accordionists Stephane Milleret and Norbert Pignol, with the help of Daniel Bartoletti (machines, voice and guitar) have made a big step forward toward blending and fusion. We were accustomed to the contemporary experimentation of Milleret and Pignol. In this first trio album, they show again their open-mind on the world and their creativity. We find the sound, energy and warmth of the diatonic accordion, mixed with electronic machines and special effects. No barriers, no judgment. These three artists offer new ways to play traditional music without falling into comfort, repetition or boredom. The repertory is mainly made up of original creations. This is a link between tradition and modernity. Despite the machines, we clearly hear the specific sonorities of the diatonic accordion. This album is a step forward toward the recognition of the legitimacy of traditional influences in contemporary musics. An essential CD for music lovers or festival programmers.” Gérard Viel - Trad Magazine 

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Title Hürven
Format 1 album
Packaging digifile
Duration 55'12
Release date 2013
Label Mustradem
The little extra Bravos Trad Mag

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Musicians :
Daniel Bartoletti (guitar, voice, machine),
Stéphane Milleret (melodeon, accordina, pizzodéon),
Norbert Pignol (melodeon, accordina, pizzodéon),
Guests :
Ortie
Colin Delzant (cello)
Camille Passeri (trompet)
Valère Passeri (violin)

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07/01/2016

Superbe!

difficile de trouver les mots, mais cet album est une pur bonheur!

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MKF [Trio] - Hürven

MKF [Trio] - Hürven

“Talented accordionists Stephane Milleret and Norbert Pignol, with the help of Daniel Bartoletti (machines, voice and guitar) have made a big step forward toward blending and fusion. We were accustomed to the contemporary experimentation of Milleret and Pignol. In this first trio album, they show again their open-mind on the world and their creativity. We find the sound, energy and warmth of the diatonic accordion, mixed with electronic machines and special effects. No barriers, no judgment. These three artists offer new ways to play traditional music without falling into comfort, repetition or boredom. The repertory is mainly made up of original creations. This is a link between tradition and modernity. Despite the machines, we clearly hear the specific sonorities of the diatonic accordion. This album is a step forward toward the recognition of the legitimacy of traditional influences in contemporary musics. An essential CD for music lovers or festival programmers.” Gérard Viel - Trad Magazine 

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