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La Jovenc

La Jovenc

La Jovenc


Jean De La Jovenc aka Giovanni Dal Monte is an Italian musician who started his business in 1984, collaborating with musicians of the Italian experimental avant-garde. In the late nineties he kicks off with his solo production, focusing initially on the composition of soundtracks and readjustments for cinema and television. He brought live in theaters and arenas two original compositions for the classic silent movie “Nosferatu” of Murnau in 1998 and “Lulù - The Pandora’s box” of Pabst in 2005. Read more on Last.fm
Jean De La Jovenc aka Giovanni Dal Monte is an Italian musician who started his business in 1984, collaborating with musicians of the Italian experimental avant-garde. In the late nineties he kicks off with his solo production, focusing initially on the composition of soundtracks and readjustments for cinema and television. He brought live in theaters and arenas two original compositions for the classic silent movie “Nosferatu” of Murnau in 1998 and “Lulù - The Pandora’s box” of Pabst in 2005. Numerous are his musical performances carried out for art exhibitions, photography, performances and reading (Il Cubo and L’archivolto galleries in Milan, Museo Zauli and Museo delle Esposizioni in Faenza). In 2005 he composed the music for the play “Last call” of Jader Giraldi, and in 2008 for the performance of contemporary ballet “Eros” of the Iris Dance Company. In 2006 he was prized with PAI (Italian Avant-garde Award) at the MEI (Meeting of Indipendent Labels), and in 2007 he won Live!iXem (Italian Experimental Electronic Music) in 2007. He played with Murcof, Kangding Ray, Scanner, Balustrade Ensemble, Gopher and many others, in festivals like Störung in Barcelona and Ixmae in San Francisco. The albums he published as Giovanni Dal Monte are “Sulla Natura Delle Cose - On Nature Of Things” (Planet Origo, 2002) and “Birds Make Love With Electric Ladybugs” (White Label Music, 2004). His discography as La Jovenc is composed by the albums “Lo-Fi Apocrypha” (Planet Origo, 2003), “The Opposite Of Orange” (White Label Music, 2005) and from the self-produced “Superanima” (2008), as well as he took part in the compilation “Störung 2” (Störung, 2007, 2cd) with two tracks, and the soundtrack of the film by Bruce LaBruce “Otto, Or Up With Dead People” (Crippled Dick Hot Wax, 2008, 2cd and vinyl) with the song “Going Home”. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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