« This ensemble should delight everyone who seeks adventure, with old and new sounds, and where tradition is up-to-date » Jazz Notes
« … Conceiving the hurdy gurdy as a polyphonic instrument at the very heart of this jazz-rock quartet ! Isabelle Pignol has a visual dimension of her music. « Would you like to dance ? », what superb workwomanship! » (Rémy Abiven, Trad Magazine)
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Isabelle Pignol (hurdy gurdy),
Jean-Pierre Sarzier (clarinet, bass clarinet),
Claude Schirrer (bass),
Lionel Lanoue (drums)
Realised, mixed and mastered by Pascal Cacouault
|Format||1 album avec livret 8 pages|
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