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Les Fragments De La Nuit

Les Fragments De La Nuit

Les Fragments De La Nuit


Les Fragments de la Nuit is a blossoming band created in Versailles, Ile-de-France, France in 2005 by Ombeline Chardes (violin) and Michel Villar (piano), score composers for film. In order to play their pieces on stage, they decided to set up a quintet made up of three violins, a cello and a piano. Musique du Crépuscule, their first album released in 2008 on Equilibrium Music, has been greeted with great fervor, and fascinated audiences in festivals such as the prestigious Wave Gotik Treffen Read more on Last.fm
Les Fragments de la Nuit is a blossoming band created in Versailles, Ile-de-France, France in 2005 by Ombeline Chardes (violin) and Michel Villar (piano), score composers for film. In order to play their pieces on stage, they decided to set up a quintet made up of three violins, a cello and a piano. Musique du Crépuscule, their first album released in 2008 on Equilibrium Music, has been greeted with great fervor, and fascinated audiences in festivals such as the prestigious Wave Gotik Treffen, in Leipzig, Germany, or Summer Darkness in Utrecht, Netherlands. With their music, which ranges from tragic to epic and atmospheric, Les Fragments de la Nuit crossed musical borders between Rock, Classical Music, Metal and Pop. In 2010 their new album, Demain, C'était Hier, perpetuates their timeless musical quest, blending the radiance of the stars with the dark forces that lurk in the Night. Les Fragments de la Nuit are : Ombeline Chardes - violin; Cendrine Mazzucco - violin; Aurore Moutomé Miath - violin; Ian-Elfinn Rosiu - cello; Michel Villar - piano, percussions. http://www.lesfragmentsdelanuit.com 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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