Daunik Lazro

Daunik Lazro (born in 1945 in Chantilly, France) is an eminent jazz and improvised music saxophonist, a major figure of the European avant-garde music scene. He has played and recorded with countless groups and musicians, such as Joëlle Léandre, Evan Parker, Michel Doneda, Georges Lewis…
Daunik Lazro - Sales rectangles / Vieux Carré (+ CD)
French edition
Lenka lente
(last copies available!)
A literary text by Guillaume Belhomme combining metafiction and cut-up, with a CD on which Daunik Lazro performs Vieux Carré, a composition by Joe McPhee evoking the old French Quarter of New Orleans.
Daunik Lazro - L\'arbre ouvert - Portraits picturaux et sonores d\'arbres de Dordogne, hiver 2009-2010 (booklet + CD)
Le Chant du Moineau / Casta - Records
Free improvisations and phonographies in the forest, bundles of sounds, armfuls of dead leaves, arboreal rhythms, chestnut blasts.
Daunik Lazro - Humus (CD)
Le Chant du Moineau / Casta - Records
An improvised performance with Benjamin Bondonneau (clarinet), David Chiesa (double bass), Didier Lasserre (drums), Daunik Lazro (baritone saxophone) and Laurent Sassi (sound).

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