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THEATRE DU CHENE NOIR

THEATRE DU CHENE NOIR

Tytuł:AURORA/MISS MADONA

Wytwórnia: SouffleContinu Records

Rok:1971/RM

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Experimental ,Avant-Garde Rock, Stage & Screen

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THEATRE DU CHENE NOIR - AURORA/MISS MADONA

Recorded on the 22nd and 23rd of June 1971 in Avignon. 

Tracklist

LP - Aurora
1. Arrivée De La Terre Et De Ses Enfants: L'aurore 7:30

Cello – Guy Paquin

Flute [Bamboo Made By Chêne Noir] – Pierre Surtel

Flute [Transverse] – Jean-Marie Redon

Gong – Daniel DubletVocals – Nicole Aubiat


2. Le Bonheur 4:30

Drums – Gérard Gelas

Electric Guitar [Bowed] – Daniel Dublet

Flute [Transverse] – Jean-Marie Redon, Pierre Surtel

Vocals – Benedicte Maulet


3. La Vieillesse Et La Mort 5:25

Alto Saxophone – Pierre Surtel

Drums – Gérard Gelas

Electric Guitar [Bowed] – Daniel Dublet

Flute [Transverse] – Jean-Marie Redon

Trumpet – Guy Paquin


4. Le Conte De La Terre Et De Ses Enfants Et La Première Apparition

    Des Hommes Oiseaux 7:20

Alto Saxophone – Pierre Surtel

Cello – Guy Paquin

Electric Guitar [Bowed] – Daniel Dublet

Flute [Transverse] – Jean-Marie Redon

Gong – Gérard Gelas


5. La Fascination Des Enfants De La Terre Par Les Hommes-Oiseaux 5:20

Bongos – Daniel Dublet

Cymbal [Bowed] – Nicole Aubiat


6. Vivre Alto Saxophone – Pierre Surtel 5:10

bonus tracks
Miss Madona 7''

7. Le Chant du Cirque 5:15

Alto Saxophone – Pierre SurtelPiano – Daniel Dublet


8. a. Le Numéro de Miss Madona  5:15

Flute – Pierre Surtel

Organ – Daniel Dublet

Tenor Saxophone – Jean-Louis Cannaud

Trumpet, Piano – Gilbert Gay

Voice – Nicole Aubiat

 

8.b. La ballade de la bête

Flute – Pierre Surtel

Organ – Daniel Dublet

Tenor Saxophone – Jean-Louis Cannaud

Trumpet, Piano – Gilbert Gay

Voice – Nicole Aubiat

 

In 1972, Steve Lacy recorded 'Solo', one of the gems in his discography, in the Théâtre du Chêne Noir in Avignon. The previous year (which was also the year in which 'Aurora' appeared), the eponymous group of actors led by Gérard Gelas, took up residence in what was a 12th century chapel. The Théâtre du Chêne Noir is therefore not just the name of a space open to all kinds of artistic audacity, but also the name of the great Theatre Group which resides there. Gérard Terronès showed some flair when he published, in 1971 on Futura, the first album by Théâtre du Chêne Noir. It has to be said that the group run by Gérard Gelas was right up his street: non-conformist, eccentric, protesting, just so alive... Singing too, as we can still hear today on 'Aurora', recorded at Avignon the 22 and 23 June 1971. 'Aurora', which had been created a few weeks earlier at Ariane Mnouchkine's Théâtre du Soleil, is according to, Gelas' own words, a fantastic tale with actor musicians who play out the fabulous story of the Earth, and children who fight against terrifying bird men who fly from planet to planet to enslave the inhabitants and become the masters of the universe. It is an ambitious subject and thankfully (even more so for the album than for the play), the actors are also excellent musicians! If we can find «Chêne Noir» between Checkpoint Charlie and Chillum in the Nurse With Wound List created by Steven Stapleton and John Fothergill, 'Aurora' is closer to 'Stances à Sophie' by the Art Ensemble Of Chicago and the 'Divine Comédie' by Bernard Parmegiani and François Bayle. So, we need to move forward cautiously in this landscape of recitals and songs, of mysteries and cries, where saxophones and flutes, electric guitars and percussions spring up... Could the tragic climax have been possible without music? The Théâtre du Chêne Noir replies no to the question and creates a fascinating mix of text and music without one dominating the other. Enjoy the show! The CD version contains the 2 tracks from the 'Miss Madona' 7" as a bonus.

 

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