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François Jeanneau

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born on 15/6/1935 in Paris, Île-de-France, France

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François Jeanneau

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François Jeanneau (born June 15, 1935, Paris) is a French jazz saxophonist, flautist, and composer.

Jeanneau studied flute under René Leroy at the Paris Conservatory, but was an autodidact on saxophone.[1] He began playing professionally in 1960 at the Club Saint Germain, then worked in the big band of Jef Gilson and in a sextet with François Tusques. In the late 1960s and early 1970s he was a member of the band Triangle (fr). He won the Prix Django Reinhardt in 1980 and was the first leader of the Orchestre National de Jazz in 1986.

Discography

  • Triangle, Pathé 1970
  • The Paris Quartet, François Jeanneau, Michel Graillier, J.-F. Jenny-Clark, Aldo Romano, Horo Records 1975
  • Un Bien Curieuse Planète, 1975
  • Techniques Douces, Owl Records 1976
  • Ephémère, Owl Records 1977
  • Akagera, Daniel Humair, François Jeanneau, Henri Texier, Disques JMS 1980
  • Double Messieurs,(Le Quatuor des saxophones), Open 1980
  • Soli Solo Plus, 1981
  • Mad Sax, (Le Quatuor des saxophones), Cy Records 1982
  • Terraines Vagues (Pandémonium), 1983
  • Prao, Cy Records 1983
  • Orchestre National de Jazz , direction François Jeanneau, Label Bleu 1986
  • Jazz Bühne Berlin (Orchestre National de Jazz), 1986
  • Pandémonium, Carlyne Music 1988
  • Taxiway, 1989
  • Mixtures: Music for Media, 1989
  • Up Date 3.3 , Daniel Humair, François Jeanneau, Henri Texier, Label Bleu 1990
  • Recontre, 1991
  • Tribute to Mingus , Enrico Rava • François Jeanneau • Hervé Sellin • François Mechali • André Ceccarelli, Adda 1992
  • Maloya Transit, le Quartet + le Trio Tambour, 1992
  • A Love Affair in Cermont-Ferrand, 1993
  • Chaude Image, 1995
  • Le POM, 1997
  • Alice, 1997
  • Estremadure (Le POM), 1999
  • Connection, 1999
  • FrameWork, 2000
  • Charméditerranéen (Orchestre National de Jazz), 2001–02
  • Eleven, 2002
  • Paf Paf mit Victor Komenkov, 2003
  • Médéo (Youth Almaty Jazz Band), 2003
  • Recontre avec Sulé, 2003
  • Trans-Kasakh-Express, 2004
  • Flench Wok, 2004
  • Quand se Taisant les Oiseaux, 2006–07
  • Art of the Duo: Walking in the Wind, François Jeanneau, Uli Lenz, Tutu Records 2008
  • Tarot du Kebar with Emmanuel Tugny, Gwen Català éditeur, 2016

References

  1. ^ Michel Laplace, "Francois Jeanneau". The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz. 2nd edition, ed. Barry Kernfeld.
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