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    • ENGEL Claude

      From Charles Aznavour to Serge Gainsbourg via Vladimir Cosma, Catherine Lara, Francis Cabrel, Jean-Jacques Goldman, Astor Piazzola and Herbie Hancock, many are the renowned stars, in Europe as well as in North- and South-America, who have had the opportunity to enjoy Claude Engel's collaboration.

      In 1979, he took part in the recording of Starmania, in its original version; in 1986, he composed La fugue du petit Poucet, a musical tale inspired by a novel from Michel Tournier and played, among others, by Renaud, Jacques Higelin, Fabienne Thibault and Alain Souchon.

      In 1998, he accepted to write and record the arrangements for guitar of the opera Notre Dame de Paris by Richard Cocciante, then in 1999 he worked on Romeo et Juliette . Since, he collaborated in other musicals : Le petit prince, Cindy, Autant en emporte le vent, Les enfants du soleil and more recently on Le Graal, la légende celtique. For Claude Engel, writing for the classical guitar has always remained a true secret garden whose borders and wealth are still unimagined.

      The few recordings we have only allow us to fancy their interest. It is mainly works as yet unpublished, true treasures accumulated over decades and transcribing the composer's evolution, that will allow us to capture its full worth. The compositions for guitar of Claude Engel are interpreted internationally by concert performers of reputation such as Patrick Kearney (Canada), Birgit Schwab and Daniel Ahlert (Germany), Raùl Maldonado (France), etc...They are also taught in the Guitar school of New York (USA).


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