Jean-Jacques, violin and Celtic music

Jean-Jacques, violin and Celtic music

Jean-Jacques Goldman celebrates his 70th birthday today. The star of diversity is the opportunity to discover a violinist, author of film music, and a passion for traditional Celtic music.

As we can tell right now, Jean-Jacques Goldman and classical music are not! His music is excellent, but it’s much closer to diversity and rock than Bach’s Symphony. Classic themes have not resumed in his long career, yet he should be known as Goldman His first musical notes were learned not on his faithful Gibson SG guitars, but on the keyboard of a piano and five strings of the violin. Courses that do not impress him greatly “I studied the violin like I studied natural science” He agrees. Yet Jean-Jacques Goldman never forgot his childhood instrument. On stage in 1998, within minutes he put down his electric guitar, pulled the violin and played the soloist on the song. Walked.

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Because of its improved character and numerous glycandys, we find that its sound is closer to that of an Irish fiddler than that of a classical violinist! In fact, MusicTraditional Celtic is one of Jean-Jack Goldman’s passions This passion for ancient music is one of his most popular titles. The name of the drink “Rotate the Violins” Performs with a string melody he performed Ivan Cassar.

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To find other evidence of Jean-Jacques Goldman’s love of the field and traditional music, you should look at his original tapes. He co-authored several books with his friend, Acrodianist and Arranger Roland Romanelli. Of these, Celtic-inspired music has one that gives pride of place. That is the music of the film Asterix and Obelix against Caesar Released in 1999.

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In this music composed for the film Claude CD, its accuracy London Symphony Orchestra Conversation with the mad field Didier Lockwood And a Chalemi Then one Chromon, The distant ancestor of the modern Oboe and Bassoon. To give it an even more Irish touch, there is even one Tin whistle, A traditional flute. When you combine these two music worlds, what do you get? A real Celtic peplum!

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