A switch back to Atlantic finds Jean-Luc Ponty continuing to dabble in West African waters while re-establishing his earlier solid base in repeating sequenced patterns. The electronics are back, for Ponty splits his time between the electric violin and various synthesizers and sequencers while Abdou M'Boup and Sydney Thiam add African percussion, which often takes a back seat to the electronics as the rhythmic basis for the music. This time, though, the material Ponty has composed isn't as compelling as it had been in the past; at times, Ponty sounds like he is very competently treading water (though "Blue Mambo" has a compelling groove). Yet despite all of the changes Ponty has put himself through, his music still has a Continental elegance that cannot be mistaken for that of anyone else.
A ten year old girl is received by her aunt because of her mother's confinement to a mental hospital. But the aunt lives with a man, Jean-Pierre, who seems to be a little too nice with the girl.
Collection of Jean Marie Boursicot, part of 001 and 002. Show "Night Adeaters" double-entered in the Guinness Book of Records - as the longest and most massive action associated with advertising. Annual premier show in Paris, brings together more than 10 thousand people. Number of viewers worldwide will reach 500 thousand.
Exclusive artist at Deutsche Grammophon, Julie Fuchs follows in the footsteps of her illustrious predecessors and invests songs and iconic tunes from the jewels of the stage and cinema of the roaring twenties. The texts in the spotlight develop themes widely discussed after 1918 pacifism, feminism and liberation of morals, birth that find a new resonance after the war in Poulenc's opera-bouffe, whose modernity and irrepressible fantasy plunge their roots in the vibrant interwar years when Paris was still the capital of the world.
1787, Nicolas Le Floch, en Bretagne pour la naissance de son petit-fils, fait l'objet d'un attentat. C'est le début d'une nouvelle enquête au cours de laquelle il va retrouver son ami de jeunesse Pigneau de Behaine, évêque d'Adran, venu négocier un traité entre le roi de Cochinchine et la France. Dans un pays épuisé par le déficit grandissant et la faiblesse de Louis XVI, des ennemis extérieurs soutenus par des complots intérieurs vont se mettre en travers des intérêts du royaume. …