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Savignat et Pécoil - Violons du Cézallier

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A remarkable document :

  • For the date of its realization. It was recorded just after the World War II and about 15 years before the recordings made by the  Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions for the Central France mission realized with Auvergne violinists Michel Tournadre, Paul Cardot et Michel Péchadre. This testimony about practicing the violin in Auvergne shows what practice was 30 years before the large collecting period (in the 70's) on which the major part of our knowledge of this music is based.

  • For the tradition of playing violin in the Massif Central. Excluding two bourrées recorded during the interwar period (on the 78 rpm « le soleil », by Jules Miguel, a musician from the Cantal based in Paris), this is the oldest sound document.

  • For Several pieces of music that are played by both violins with a difference of one octave. We already knew this practice thanks to oral testimonies. But according to me, this is the first document that allows us to listen to musicians playing the same piece, one of them playing in a deep octave, the other one in a high-pitched one.

  • This is one of the rare documents illustrating the musical tradition of Cézallier.

Basile Brémaud, extract from the booklet

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TitleViolons du Cézallier
Format1 album avec livret de 24 pages
Packagingdigipack
Duration41'58
Release date2010
LabelAEPEM

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1. Monologue "La fête à Rentières", "l'escargot" et autres airs à danser (Antonin Pécoil).
2. Suite de Bourrées (Antonin Pécoil).
3. Suite d'airs à danser (final: "La Java bleue") (Antonin Pécoil).
4. Suite d'airs à danser (Antonin Pécoil).
5. Suite de valses (Antonin Pécoil).
6. Bourrée jouée à deux violons (Alexandre Savignat et Antonin Pécoil).
7. Bourrée jouée à deux violons (Alexandre Savignat et Antonin Pécoil).
8. Bourrée (Antonin Pécoil).
9. Bourrée (Antonin Pécoil).
10. Mélodie jouée à deux violons (Alexandre Savignat et Antonin Pécoil).
11. "L'aiga de rosa" (Alexandre Savignat et Antonin Pécoil).
12. Polka piquée (Alexandre Savignat et Antonin Pécoil).
13. "La fille de la meunière" (Alexandre Savignat et Antonin Pécoil).
14. "La debrajada" (Alexandre Savignat et Antonin Pécoil).
15. Suite : "Son davalats", le "Turlututu", la "mazurka des familles", scottish (Alexandre Savignat).
16. Dialogue de Jean Martin et Antonin Pécoil, Bourrée (Alexandre Savignat).
17. Suite de valse et scottish-valse (Alexandre Savignat).
18. Suite : bourrée, valse, scottish-valse, scottish et polka "Toca la vièlha" (Alexandre Savignat).

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Savignat et Pécoil - Violons du Cézallier

A remarkable document :

  • For the date of its realization. It was recorded just after the World War II and about 15 years before the recordings made by the  Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions for the Central France mission realized with Auvergne violinists Michel Tournadre, Paul Cardot et Michel Péchadre. This testimony about practicing the violin in Auvergne shows what practice was 30 years before the large collecting period (in the 70's) on which the major part of our knowledge of this music is based.

  • For the tradition of playing violin in the Massif Central. Excluding two bourrées recorded during the interwar period (on the 78 rpm « le soleil », by Jules Miguel, a musician from the Cantal based in Paris), this is the oldest sound document.

  • For Several pieces of music that are played by both violins with a difference of one octave. We already knew this practice thanks to oral testimonies. But according to me, this is the first document that allows us to listen to musicians playing the same piece, one of them playing in a deep octave, the other one in a high-pitched one.

  • This is one of the rare documents illustrating the musical tradition of Cézallier.

Basile Brémaud, extract from the booklet

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