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  • Photography ByOlivia Cherqui
  • Recorded By [Enregistrement Public]Jean-Marc Foussat
  • Recorded By [Prise De Son], Mixed ByHélène Sage
  • Text By, Music ByBernard Vitet, Hélène Sage


℗ & © 1984
Made in France
Imprimé en France


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout): MPO Ʈ GRRR 1008 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched runout): MPO Ʈ GRRR 1008 B
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL


  • Produced For – Birgépub
  • Produced For – GRRR
  • Lacquer Cut At – Translab
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Printed By – Montreuil Offset



Supposons Le Problème Résolu with Hélène Sage is a avant-garde jazz music album recording by BERNARD VITET released in 1984 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Listen to music from Hélène Sage & Bernard Vitet like Machography, 02 Supposons Le Problème Résolu 2. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Hélène Sage & Bernard Vitet. Track le problème résolu Part 1. Supposons le problème résolu Part 2. Status: Official. Bernard Vitet & Hélène Sage, Kostis Kilymis, Andrea Neumann, Ryoko Akama, Dylan Nyoukis and more. avant-garde electronic noise improvisation sound art. 16 songs from 16 works. Bernard Vitet & Hélène Sage, Supposons Le Problème Résolu Side A - 0:00 02. Kostis Kilymis, Into Film - 6:08 03. Andrea Neumann, Pappelallee 5 - 8:27 04. Bernard Vitet, Hélène Sage - Supposons Le Problème Résolu Part 2. Mea Mors. set clock . French trumpetist Bernard Vitet, born 1934, started his career in Paris jazz clubs in the 1960s, occasionally playing with visiting US musicians Lester Young, Chet Baker. He was later associated with the French free jazz scene of the 1970s François Tusques, Michel Portal, and joined Un Drame Musical Instantané in 1976. One of his most radical solo release was La Guêpe, published by Futura in 1972, with texts from French poet Francis Ponge. Supposons Le Problème Résolu is a large collage of field recordings, strange instruments interjections, rehearsal excerpts, casual conversations and any kind of awkward sounds. Bernard Vitet, Hélène Sage - Supposons Le Problème Résolu. 14 zum Verkauf ab 16,90 . Bernard Vitet - Mehr Licht Bernard Vitet - Mehr Licht 7 zum Verkauf ab 45,00 . Bernard Vitet. Just better. Vitet invented instruments such as a reed trumpet, a multiphonic French horn, a variable tension double-bass, the dragoon which is a giant balafon with frying pans and flower pots keyboard, a clever system of modal clocks, and astonishing musical objects for Georges Aperghis, Tamia, and Françoise Achard. Le problème. Violostries - Erlih & Parmegiani . Un Drame Musical Instantané 1987. Francis Marmande, Le Monde 07 06 2013. François Tusques Free Jazz, Mouloudji, 1965 reissue In situ 139, 1991. Bernard Vitet 26 May 1934 3 July 2013 was a French trumpetist, multi-instrumentist and composer, co-founder of the first free jazz band in France 1964 together with François Tusques, Michel Portal Unit 1972 and Un Drame Musical Instantané with Jean-Jacques Birgé and Francis Gorgé in 1976. Born in Paris, France, Vitet was involved in the early fusion of jazz and contemporary music with Bernard Parmegiani and Jean-Louis Chautemps. In the 1960s, he accompanied singers such as Serge Gainsbourg. Bernard Vitet, Hélène Sage Supposons Le Problème Résolu 1984. Bernard Vitet, Helene Sage, Jean-Jacques Birge Les Araignees. Jean-Jacques Birgé, Bernard Vitet Carton 1997. Ekkehard Jost, Europas Jazz 19601980

Download Bernard Vitet, Hélène Sage - Supposons Le Problème Résolu
Bernard Vitet, Hélène Sage
Supposons Le Problème Résolu
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Free Jazz, Experimental
Catalog №:
GRRR 1008
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