The saxophone and the accordion are marginal: late in the concert of instruments – both were invented in the mid-19th century. It is finally on the fertile soil of popular music that they have found to develop their expressiveness. So here is a couple who were made to get along, as evidenced by the wonderful association of Christophe Monniot and Didier Ithursarry who develops free, joyful, tender, very sensitive music. Ardent improvisers, brilliant technicians, prolific creators, the repertoire combines original compositions, a musette waltz, a standard, a paso doble or even an old hymn …
A delight for the ears!
Christophe Monniot – saxophones
Didier Ithursarry – accordion