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Hommage a Miles Davis
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cover Hommage a Miles Davis Robert Martin
Antoine HERVE
Publisher : Robert Martin
Grade : Cycle 3
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Trumpet
Style & options : Trumpet and piano

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piece Antoine HERVE for cycle 3.
Brilliant pianist, composer with eclectic references synthesized with verve and imagination, Antoine Hervé has emerged as one of the young jazz musicians French most remarkable of his generation. Worn at the age of 28 years at the helm of the second National Jazz Orchestra, He then wiped, Like most musicians who have exercised this responsibility, the back of this early recognition, despite working so creative ambitions often transdisciplinary and a trio of rare longevity and loyalty.
Nephew of composer Daniel Lesur, he grew up in an environment favorable to music and arrangements that bring this child to move towards musical studies. Student at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Paris in class writing until 1982 (class Marius Constant), He studied piano with parallel Pierre Sancan, heir to the tradition of Debussy, and classical percussion in order to play in an orchestra. At the same time, son intérêt croissant pour le jazz ? l'improvisation, l'aspect rythmique notamment ? et le rock l'amène à s'essayer au piano électrique, attending musicians like Serge Lazarevitch, who introduced him to the Real Book, Andy Emler or with whom he formed a duo 1980 in which both of them play the piano and percussion. Winning the following year at the national contest jazz Defense, Antoine Hervé emerges as one of the most talented representatives of a new generation of improvisers to double cropping. Itself aims "fusion music" and particularly the European classical heritage, including its contemporary forms, and modern jazz.
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