STELLIO

INTEGRALE CHRONOLOGIQUE 1929-1931

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Livret : 20 PAGES - ENGLISH NOTES
Nombre de CDs : 2


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Enfin réunis dans leur intégralité, les premiers enregistrements du clarinettiste légendaire qui révéla la biguine martiniquaise à Paris au début des années 30.
Jean Pierre Meunier, historien et discographe, présente en 2 Cd avec un livret 20 pages (Français, Anglais) l'intégrale (1929 - 1931) de celui qui fût aux antilles ce que Louis Armstrong fût aux USA. 
Claude Colombini & Patrick Frémeaux

"Le plus grand instrumentiste de France."
Benny Goodman

Droits audio : Frémeaux & Associés - French West indies.

Les ouvrages sonores de Frémeaux & Associés sont produits par les meilleurs spécialistes, bénéficient d’une restauration analogique et numérique reconnue dans le monde entier, font l’objet d’un livret explicatif en langue française et d’un certificat de garantie. La marque Frémeaux & Associés a obtenu plus de 800 distinctions pour son travail muséographique de sauvegarde et de diffusion du patrimoine sonore.
This album, issued by the world-famous publishers, Frémeaux & Associés, has been restored using the latest technological methods. An explanatory booklet of liner notes in English and a guarantee are included.
EcoutezPisteTitre / Artiste(s)Durée
CD 1
01 EN SENS UNIQUES SVP - STELLIO02'25
02 AH GADE CHABINE LA - STELLIO02'33
03 MUSSIEU SATAN FACHE - STELLIO03'14
04 SEPENT MAIGRE - STELLIO03'04
05 YAYA MOIN NI L AGENT - STELLIO02'52
06 MUSSIEU DOLLAR - STELLIO02'27
07 QUAND MEME - STELLIO02'59
08 NANA - STELLIO03'09
09 EN L AI MONE LA - STELLIO02'54
10 GEORGI NANA - STELLIO03'02
11 PARIS BIGUINE - STELLIO02'44
12 MEMEE LA CREOLE - STELLIO02'30
13 L ECHELLE POULE - STELLIO02'29
14 ZAFE CO IDA - STELLIO02'20
15 NINON - STELLIO02'27
16 FEMME QUI DOU - STELLIO02'17
17 AGOULOU - STELLIO02'25
18 BONJOUR LOCA - STELLIO03'00
19 A SI PARE - STELLIO03'16
20 SOIGNE I BA MOIN - STELLIO03'08
21 MARIE CLEMENCE - STELLIO02'42
22 SURRAH - STELLIO03'07
CD 2
01 VINI OUE COULI A - STELLIO02'46
02 BOSSU A BOSSU CO OU - STELLIO03'08
03 OUE OUE OUE OUE - STELLIO02'46
04 AH GADE YO CHE - STELLIO02'47
05 OH DOUCE MARTINIQUE - STELLIO02'52
06 GRAND TOMOBILE - STELLIO02'42
07 CE CON CA OU YE - STELLIO02'47
08 AH MI RORO - STELLIO02'56
09 TI BOURRIQUE ASSOU LA L VEE - STELLIO02'59
10 ALBERTE ET ANDRE - STELLIO03'01
11 LA NUIT - STELLIO02'57
12 POMME CANNELLE - STELLIO02'58
13 L ECHELLE POULE - STELLIO02'58
14 COROSSOLLE DOUDOU - STELLIO02'39
15 BALCON FLEURI - STELLIO02'52
16 FEMME QUI DOU - STELLIO02'57
17 PARIS BIGUINE - STELLIO02'38
18 FINOTTE - STELLIO02'48
« Indispensable » par Blues & Rytmn

The complete recordings in chronological order of Martinique-born clarinettist and bandleader Alexandre Stellio, the first to record the beguine in Paris and whose six titles from his debut session hark back to the sounds of his native island prior to the volcanic explosion of 1902 which killed 30000 people and incidentally wiped out the music scene – Stellio, born in 1885, was already playing music and living in French Guyana at the time. The six titles from the October 1929 debut session for Odéon Records were a lot wilder than anything that came later, with the band line-up of Stellio on clarinet, the amazing Archange Saint-Hilaire on trombone, Ernest Léardée on violon (sometimes making it sound like a banjo!) and Victor Collat on violincello, plus Jeanne Rosillette on vocals. The results of this, what may seem unusual, instrumentation are familiar and strange at the same time, akin to the wilder side of New Orleans jazz – possibly a relative of course, though Stellio certainly did listen to and consciously study jazz records prior to his own debut on wax. The remaining titles are (relatively speaking) more conventional, Saint-Hilaire unfortunately abandoning the line-up before the second session took place a couple of month later, with banjo and drums added, whilst Léardée headed out on his own before the third session in September 1930 with Victor Collat switching to piano. Léona Gabriella recorded six titles in July 1931 with Stellio and band behind her for Polydor, but as she was the band singer and crops up on numerous other titles anyway, these fit right in. The band credit for Stellio´s own next session reflected the success he had enjoyed at the Paris Exposition, whilst Tagada-Buguine was the name of Stellio´s own short-lived nightclub in the French capital. The forty numbers are mostly classic biguines, though there are some mazurkas and two Creole waltzes included (of the latter, “Alberte Et André” hints at the classic “La Vie En Rose”, a hit for Edith Piaf in 1946). For those with a taste for vintage jazz or the music of the eastern Caribbean, this is indispensable. Should you fall into the category, the only reason for not buying this is if Frémeaux come up with a complete Stellio box set running up to his death in 1939.
Norman DARWEN – BLUES & RYTMN




« Stuningly beautiful » par The New York Times

At the same time in Paris, Alexandre Stellio, the clarinet virtuoso from Martinique, was recording and playing beguines that are often stuningly beautiful, and clearly related to the New Orleans style. His band frequently featured a banjo and a trombone, and contrapuntal improvisation. One tune on a two-Cd set issued last year, « Stellio, le créateur de la biguine à Paris » (Frémeaux), « Ah ! Gadé Chabine La » pokes fun at a woman for being easy and a liar ; i t was the carnival hit of 1927. Stellio’s work helps round out the musical picture of the early parts of the century, while showing that musicians from the Americas where listening to the same music and coming to some of the same conclusions about how it should sound.
THE NEW YORK TIMES




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