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Tales from the wind

Musical tales performance with audience participation.
For schools and small venues

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Synopsis

The subject is the birth of the earth and the sky…the world of shadows…and a tremendous storm…

During the performance, the musician plays several pieces. The audience are asked to contribute to the sound effects of the tales with several instruments and objects supplied by the artist (bird calls, spring drum, cymbals, thumb piano, etc.). From the soprano saxophone to the flute, from the didgeridoo to the ocarina, the bansuri and suling flutes, the audience will discover a whole variety of wind instruments and fascinating tales.

From the soprano saxophone to the flute, from the didgeridoo to the ocarina, the bansuri and suling flutes, the audience will discover a whole variety of wind instruments and fascinating tales.

Details

  • Aimed at 5 to 11 year olds
  • Length: 50 minutes
  • Maximum audience: 200 in a hall (50 in a classroom)

Performer

  • Pierre Labbé : acting, voice, baritone and soprano saxophones, flute

Credits

  • Pierre Labbé: composer and stage director
  • Éric Poulin: technical director and lighting designer
  • Patrick LaRoque: photography
  • Hugo B. Lefort: video recording and editing

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