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Boîte à Malice (la), Alto ou Ténor
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cover Boîte à Malice (la), Alto ou Ténor Robert Martin
Fabrice KASTEL
Publisher : Robert Martin
Grade : Cycle 1
Genre : Instrumental music
Group : Saxophone
Style & options : Saxophone and piano


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Small room for 1 cycle for alto saxophone or tenor saxophone Fabrice Kastel. He was born in 1966 Moselle. Trumpeter training, he completed his musical studies at Metz and Paris, before working as a musician with the Philharmonie de Lorraine, the Orchestre Colonne, Symphony Orchestra of Europe, all Ars Nova ... In 1995, he returned to his hometown where he was appointed project manager on behalf of the Departmental Association for Dance and Music Activity in Moselle (ADDAM 57). He began studying conducting with André Reichling and Ernst Schelle, and participates in the creation of the Ensemble Instrumental de Moselle today called "Imaginary Orchestra". With this training, he created 2001 Celestial City, a work for organ and wind ensemble by Régis Campo, and November 2002 Brussels show with two actors around a text of Edgar Allan Poe. In February 2003, Attendance in the Festival Radio France, he created the Imaginary Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble Caratini "From the ground" Patrice and Caratini "Orillas" Gustavo Beytelmann. It solicits again in July 2003, as part of his residence to the Dominicans of Upper Alsace, to create "Nuestro tiempo", Dominican order for string orchestra and jazz band.
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