Les Égarés

An album of enchanting soundscapes from the unique quartet Ballaké Sissoko (Kora), Vincent Segal (cello), Émile Parisien (soprano saxophone) and Vincent Peirani (accordion).

Les Égarés (The wandering) is ‘a play space where the ear is the king of all instruments, a splendid chant of four voices’. The quartet fuse traditional African music and sounds with the Kora (West African harp-lute) with European sounds and jazz, transcending genre and expectation with an extraordinary sound.

The quartet is made up of two virtuosic duos Sissoko-Segal and Peirani-Parisien, who have long blended and expanded genres.

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The Forest in Me

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