Jean-Marc Padovani Quintet "Motian in Motion"

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It's a totally original quintet in tribute to drummer Paul Motian that JM Padovani chose to create. Taking influence from jazz and Armenian tonalities (Didier Malherbe, duduk), the scores and rearrangements offer a new interpretation of music and aesthetics of Paul Motian, with whom he recorded "Tokya, Tokaya" together back in 1987.

“A beautiful musical communion full with life and inventiveness.” CULTURE JAZZ
`'More than one homage to a glorious past, the celebration of an eternally alive music. '' JAZZAROUND
“An album with old and deep roots.” JAZZ NEWS
"An album in the current of today's musics without borders." JAZZ MAGAZINE

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C'est un quintet totalement inédit, en hommage au batteur Paul Motian, que JM Padovani a choisi de créer. Traversées de jazz et de tonalitées arméniennes (Didier Malherbe au doudouk) les compositions et ré-arrangement de JMP offre une nouvelle lecture à la musique et à l’esthétique de Paul Motian. avec qui il enregistrait le disque « Tokya Tokaya » en 1987.

Jazz News : "Un album enraciné. Mais aux racines anciennes et profondes. [...] Rhapsodie jamais funèbre mais recueillie, spirituelle et vivante au maître des timbres, Motian in Motion délivre ses sortilèges en un clair-obscur fascinant d'invention et d'interplay fécond. Didier Malherbe, Paul Brousseau, Claude Tchamitchian et Ramon Lopez emmènent le saxophoniste vers un incontestable sommet" A.J.

Culture Jazz "Une belle communion musicale pleine de vie et d’inventivité." Thierry Giard

Jazz Magazine "Loin du hard bop que l'on revisite chaque jour, un album dans le courant des musiques sans frontières d'aujourd'hui." Philippe Vincent

Jazzaround : ‘’Plus qu’un hommage à un passé glorieux, la célébration d’une musique éternellement vivante.’’ Claude Loxhay

It's a totally original quintet in tribute to drummer Paul Motian that JM Padovani chose to create. Taking influence from jazz and Armenian tonalities (Didier Malherbe, duduk), the scores and rearrangements offer a new interpretation of music and aesthetics of Paul Motian, with whom he recorded "Tokya, Tokaya" together back in 1987.

“A beautiful musical communion full with life and inventiveness.” CULTURE JAZZ
`'More than one homage to a glorious past, the celebration of an eternally alive music. '' JAZZAROUND
“An album with old and deep roots.” JAZZ NEWS
"An album in the current of today's musics without borders." JAZZ MAGAZINE

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Past Gigs Jean-Marc Padovani Quintet "Motian in Motion"

  • 11 | 2015 France/Nevers D'jazz Nevers Festival
  • 10 | 2015 France/Paris Album Release

Discography Jean-Marc Padovani Quintet "Motian in Motion"

  • 2015 Motian in Motion Album | Naïve
  • 2012 Le Chant de la Terre Album | Soléart Prod
  • 2011 Angel Eyes Album | Soléart Prod
  • 2010 Sketches Album | Yak Productions/Socadisc
  • 2005 L'Arrosoir et le mirliton Album | Label Modal
  • 2005 Cantilènes Album | Le Chant du Monde / Harmonia Mundi
  • 2003 Out, a Tribute to Eric Dolphy Album | Deux Z - Nocturne
  • 1991 Nimeño Album | Label Bleu
  • 1989 One for Pablo Album | CELP
  • 1988 Tres Horas de Sol Album | CELP

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Origin

  • Boulogne Cedex FR

Founded

  • 2001

Members

  • Jean-Marc Padovani Sax
  • Didier Malherbe Doudouk
  • Claude Tchamitchian Double Bass
  • Ramon Lopez Drums
  • Paul Brouseau Piano