Anne Niepold plays her way out of all the clichés to deliver a wholly personal vision of a universe where all barriers are swept away and where musette can co-exist with swing, brass and woodwind with accordion, popular music with original compositions. With this second album she brings together – with everything in ¾ time – those nostalgic for the Balajo dance-hall, diatonic-lovers and jazz fans. Recorded by a highly original septet, Musette is not Dead (MIND) charms by the elegance and power of its melodies and surprises by the daring and refinement of its arrangements. And if the secret of this virtuoso accordionist lies in the seriousness with which she tackles the humour that this astonishing album exudes…?
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|Title||Musette is not dead|
Anne NIEPOLD (diatonic accordion, arrangements)
Stefan BRACAVAL (flute),
Nicolas GARNIER (oboe),
Jo HERMANS (trompet),
Frederik HEIRMAN (trombone),
Etienne PLUMER (drums),
Hendrik VANATTENHOVEN (double bass),
Yvan HANON (mix)
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