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Jean-Christophe Renault
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Jean-Christophe Renault is an off-track pianist and composer.

Neither a jazzman nor a world music musician, he could perhaps today be assimilated into the so-called neo-classical current, somewhere between Keith Jarrett and Erik Satie.
He frequented jazz (a first record in 1981 with the saxophonists Jacques Pelzer and Steve Houben), composition (studies at the Liège Conservatory with Frederic Rewsky),
improvisation (courses in Paris with Alan Silva at IACP), Anglo-Saxon poets (numerous works on texts by W.B. Yeats & Emily Dickinson), solitude (6 albums of PianoSolo) and world music: Lena Willemark (Voice - Sweden),

Ivan Stefanov (Gadulka-Bulgaria), Didier Laloy (Accordion-Belgium) Satiena Soulama (Balafon-Burkina-Faso) Johanna-Adèle Jüssi (Violin-Estonia)...
“Ears Have No Eyelids” is his sixth solo piano album and the first reference on Fabrice Lamproye's new label.

"Holy Fools"is the first collaboration between the Bâul singer from Kolkata Malabika Brahma and the pianist and composer Jean-Christophe Renault which is marked as a true "Occi-riental" music based on mutual listening and improvisation!

Discography
UnderTroubled Waters
Smell Of India : Malabika Brahma & Jean-Christophe Renault
Globe Non Trotter : Jean-Christophe Renault
Eras Have No Eyelids
Didier Laloy invite...s
Holy Fools Singles
Videos

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Anatolian music is a magnificent and diverse rose garden, which has been enriched by the contributions of numerous poets, musicians, and lovers over the years. From Pîr Sultan Hatayî, Noksanî to Muhiddin Baba, this garden has been tended to with immense passion and devotion. Even women and mothers have added their own poignant songs to this garden. Let us continue to nurture this garden, bringing its hidden roses to light and sharing its sweet fragrance with the world.

Anatolian music is like a wonderful rose garden with its diversity and multilinguality. All kinds of colors, patterns and head pleasing rayiha...

Anatolian music is like a wonderful rose garden with its diversity and multilinguality. All kinds of colors, patterns and head pleasing rayiha...

For centuries, many Hakk lovers, poets, muhibb-i hânedân and faithful such as Pîr Sultan, Hatayî, Noksanî, Muhiddin Baba have served this beautiful garden by suffering and suffering, some of them drinking bade and exhilaration. We also have women with heartburns and mothers who sing in that garden. The Kurdish and Turkish mountain weather, couplets, manias I heard from my mother are the flowers and roses of the same garden.

Maybe we do not have the ingenuity to plant roses in this garden, but we have the desire to carry water to the root of the planted roses, to reveal the roses that are deprived of the sun in the nook, to serve them, and to carry a smell into your nose from this Gülzâr.

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