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Eol Trio

Eol Trio

Eol Trio


http://www.eoltrio.com/ "If you’re a member of a family of musicians, and all the kids start learning the piano, the desire to play together makes it an inevitability to have to choose other instruments to play. The Labèque sisters is one example of how two pianos in the same room could magnify a piece for four hands, but also shows how difficult it is to practice, without even taking into account the problem of space. The story of the Girard brothers Read more on Last.fm
http://www.eoltrio.com/ "If you’re a member of a family of musicians, and all the kids start learning the piano, the desire to play together makes it an inevitability to have to choose other instruments to play. The Labèque sisters is one example of how two pianos in the same room could magnify a piece for four hands, but also shows how difficult it is to practice, without even taking into account the problem of space. The story of the Girard brothers, is a newer one, and without even knowing how the choice of instruments was made, the three brothers have achieved a brilliant casting with bass, drums and piano. And the trio is a real success. As is the case with all musicians of their generation, they have experienced the temptation of the rock band, where its musical limits are quickly understood.

They acquired a knack for the famous classics, listening simultaneously to Led Zeppelin and Herbie Hancock…only the most reliable of references! It’s no wonder then that this trio evokes a provocative swing. We listen, we are seduced, and then we realize that Monk is not far off– and no one had even told us about that! A real perl to discover, as the Girard brothers not only produce fresh and new music but also featuring a personality that only the best jazz musicians in history could ever have. Let us be among the first to praise them to the skies; you can be sure that you will hear about this magical trio again." François Joly – writer From the official program Jazz à vienne Festival (7/2005) _____________________ "Quand on est dans une famille de musiciens, si les enfants commencent tous à étudier le piano, il faut bien, si on veut jouer ensemble, choisir d’autres instruments. On a vu avec les sœurs Labèque que deux pianos dans la même pièce c’est merveilleux pour jouer véritablement à quatre mains mais pas pour étudier et on ne parle pas de l’espace nécessaire. La jeune histoire des frères Girard ne dit pas comment le choix s’est fait mais les trois frangins en se distribuant la basse, la batterie et le piano ont réussi leur coup puisqu’ils sont réunis et que leur trio marche fort.

Ils ont, comme tous les musiciens de leur génération, connu la tentation rock dans des groupes où on apprend vite quelles sont les limites musicales. Ils se sont fait la main aux grands classiques tout en écoutant d’une oreille Led Zeppelin et de l’autre Herbie Hancock, que du sérieux ! Pas étonnant, alors que ce trio distille un swing aguicheur ; on écoute, séduit et puis, on se dit que Monk n’est pas loin et ça on ne nous l’avait pas dit. Une découverte, une nouvelle fête à ne pas manquer car les Girard produisent une musique non seulement novatrice mais empreinte d’une personnalité qui n’existe que chez les musiciens historiques du jazz. Soyons dans les premiers à les porter aux nues ; on va reparler de ce trio magique." François Joly – écrivain Jazz à Vienne 2005 Programme officiel 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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