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Air de la Reine de la Nuit ( Clarinette Sib et Trio Jazz)
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cover Air de la Reine de la Nuit ( Clarinette Sib et Trio Jazz) Symphony Land
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART
Arr : Jean Michel DEFAYE

Publisher : Symphony Land
Duration : 2'30
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Clarinet
Style & options : Clarinet and orchestra


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Jean-Michel Defaye, born in Saint-Mandé (Val-de-Marne) le 18 September 1932, is an arranger, a conductor and a composer of French films.
A decade, He entered the Paris Conservatoire and completed his musical practice deepening the theory, playing the piano and composition with Nadia Boulanger. In 1952, he was awarded a Second Grand Prix de Rome.
En 1957, Léo Ferré he meets and participates in the album The Flowers of Evil, devoted to Baudelaire. He became a close partner of Ferré from 1960. He accompanies her on stage with other musicians and singers in 1961 (Léo Ferré album in Alhambra).
He is almost all arrangements studio Ferré de 1960 à 1970 (more than 150 songs, including the famous over time), arrangements for classical trumpeter Maurice André French (on albums such as Trumpet Voluntary 'Prince Of Denmark's March' or Trompettissimo), and less followed by arrangements for Juliette Greco, Catherine Sauvage, Les Frères Jacques, Guy Béart, Isabelle Aubret, Maya Casabianca. He composed the soundtrack Pouic-Pouic Jean Girault. Finally, He is the composer of the songs in the animated television series Goodnight small and Colargol.
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