Singing Love and all its jests
Love always but, always with a sens of humor!
Glamorous love, eyelash fluttering, heartbeat, “Always” love but, always, love with a sens of humor! “The verb to love is difficult to conjugate, its past is not simple, its present is only indicative and its future is always conditional. “Said Jean Cocteau. French is the language of love with” three little musical notes … “from Mozart to Gainsbarre and some‘ chabadabada ’, they will find” the words “to say and sing” the thing “at its best.
On an impressionist and humorous thread, a series of archetypal situations resolved by music is revealed. The first time, love at first sight, sexual frenzy, jealousy, lack, venal love, refusal, ruptures, reunions …
Songs, piano, saxophones, guitar, double bass, flute and percussion constitute the raw material of the arrangements signed by Cyrille Lehn. His great musical culture allows him to breathe new life carried by new rhythms, new harmonies and thus offer other readings of works known to the general public by showing the universality of the songs.
Texts, dialogues or monologues are imagined or borrowed from literature (Charles Baudelaire, Pierre de Ronsard) and French cinema (Jean-Luc Godard, Jean Eustache).