(Party) It is summer and Montréal transforms itself into an immense outside stage: parades for various causes, political celebrations, festivals of all kinds (fireworks, jazz, comedy). Fête (Party) is a sort of allegro barbaro, a frenetic dance where music of the streets, clamoring voices, cries and whistles combine. A dizzy swirling of musical noises of all styles: fiddler and ‘accordioner,’ bag pipes, African drums, military fanfares, Dixieland, ‘classical’ musicians, electric guitars and rock bands.
|August 30, 2020||Yves Daoust, Fête (2001), 6:09||Pulsar / CISM (Canada)|
|September 13, 2020||Yves Daoust, Fête (2001), 6:09||Pulsar / CISM (Canada)|