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Maison douce maison

L’Orkestre des pas perdus is a six-piece brass ensemble founded in 1993, and “Maison douce maison” is their second album for Ambiances Magnétiques. Claude Saint-Jean, trombone player, composed and arranged this lively urban music.

Quite varied in style, the music on this disc can be listened to while driving a car or say, renovating a house: funk to paint the bedrooms and marching band-ska-house to dance in the living room, Arabic-like to move your belly and a somewhat scary piece for the kids. Boasting a fair intake of jazz and musique actuelle, this is what we could deem a fearless fanfare.

Track Listing

    • 1
      Bienvenue
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      15m00s
    • 2
      Acétaminophène
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      5m03s
    • 3
      Route 20
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      4m28s
    • 4
      Parachute
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      3m56s
    • 5
      Bricolage
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      4m09s
    • 6
      Spirale
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      3m44s
    • 7
      Rayons
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      5m58s
    • 8
      Arabesque «C»
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      3m30s
    • 9
      Cache-cache
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      5m26s
    • 10
      Caméra
      • 2.0
        • Stereo 2.0 (44 kHz • 16 bits)
      4m28s
Total duration: 41m05s