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Dolf Mulder, Vital, no. 672, March 23, 2009

Disparition de l’usine éphémère is a first collaboration between Philippe Lauzier (alto sax, clarinet), Pierre-Yves Martel (viola da gamba), Kim Myhr (acoustic guitars) and Martin Tétreault (recordplayers). Surprising it is to hear a viola da gamba in such a modern undertaking. We hear long sustained tones combined with chaotic scratchy sounds from guitars and viola da gamba. In their long extended groups improvisations they successfully combine old and new instruments. The musicians share a common approach. Speaking the same language of sound and noise they develop several fantastic musical conversations.

Speaking the same language of sound and noise they develop several fantastic musical conversations.

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