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 Nano Peylet
Author: Mike Blinn 
Date:   2004-03-04 05:22

I discovered Nano Peylet, a fine klezmer clarinetist in a French film called Cours Toujours (Dad on the Run). The film is quite good, but the music is terrific.

A search on this board produced no information, but Google revealed an extensive discography for Peylet.

Anyone familiar with this fine artist?

Mike Blinn

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 Re: Nano Peylet
Author: buedsma 
Date:   2004-03-08 14:58

it's a classically formed player who plays with a group called Bratsch

http://www.bratsch.com ( their best cd is probably the one from the movie
le mangeur de la lune - the eater of the moon ) Lots of energy in all of their cd's , but the live cd's are not too well recorded - have a few of them .

want free sheet music :

see http://www.bueds.be/webmuziek

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 Re: Nano Peylet
Author: buedsma 
Date:   2004-03-20 07:23

also went to a concert of the group last week in brussels

A mix of slavian, greek, and manouce playing .

I expexted some improvisation , but the on first hearing improvised parts
are exactly the same on cd as on stage ( also the parts that sound a bit chaotic and not to clean)

Best Regards

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 Re: Nano Peylet
Author: Christian Dawid 
Date:   2004-03-20 16:49

He also put out at least two CDs with his klezmer duo, Peylet/Cuniot.
I met him some years ago in Antwerp, we played at the same festival. Besides from being the clarinetist he is, he is a very nice guy and wonderful colleague.

'A bit chaotic and not too clean' is typically Bratsch style, it's their sound.

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 Re: Nano Peylet
Author: buedsma 
Date:   2004-03-30 10:17


are you from Europe ??

I'm an experienced folk clarinet player and looking for people that can teach me something or people to work with on music in the klezmer/bratsch/greek/slavian/arabian genre.
( experience in folk and jazz )

By the way , i like the bratsch sound / was only amazed that their live recorded cd's had exactly( nearly of course ) the same solo's as the ones i heard live in brussels. You would expext some changes , certainly when violin and clarinet also play on the jazz scene. Their album for the movie ( le mangeur de la lune ) was , for what i heard of it , a lot cleaner and , as a result , a better cd to play and listen to for the normal music consumer then their live cd's .

Of course , as a musician, i listen to all of them

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 Re: Nano Peylet
Author: Christian Dawid 
Date:   2004-03-30 12:50

Berlijn, Duitsland, om precies te zijn.
(Everybody please excuse the secret language)

I'm from Berlin, Germany, teaching klezmer clarinet this summer at:
KlezFest St Petersburg
Klezmerwochen Weimar (http://www.klezmer-wochen-weimar.de)
KlezFest London (http://www.jmi.org.uk/)
Klezkanada (http://www.klezkanada.com)

Check out the websites, or email me privately for details,
ook in het vlaams... ;-)

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 Re: Nano Peylet
Author: metalclarinet 
Date:   2005-02-14 16:31

Of course...he plays with the French band Bratsh!

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