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Original Soundtrack of the show !

Discover the atmosphere of Boxe Boxe Brasil in music, the show mixing hip-hop dance and string quartet! Although Compagnie Käfig and the Quatuor Debussy had already collaborated together in the past, it is in a brand new version that they have been meeting since 2017. This new project, a choreographic and musical rewriting of the former show Boxe Boxe (2010), marks the common desire of choreographer Mourad Merzouki and the Debussy Quartet to continue their collaboration, through a brand new repertoire: at the crossroads of the classical and hip-hop worlds, the artists head for the Americas! This time, the journey takes place with 9 Brazilian dancers, for a crossroads of artistic universes and an explosive opening to the world.

With Hispanic and Latin inspirations

  • 1. Antonio Pinto-Jaques Morelenbaum : A Carta de Dora (arr. Thibault Lepri), extrait 2’05
  • 2. Giuseppe Verdi-Emanuele Muzio : Luisa Miller, acte II, ouverture 2’29
  • 3. Marc Mellits : quartet n°4 « Prometheus », VII, allegro groove 1’59
  • 4. Marc Mellits : quartet n°4 « Prometheus », VI, tempo rubato 3’38
  • 5. Heitor Villa-Lobos : quartet n°1, Brincadeira, allegretto scherzando 1’18
  • 6. Antonio Carlos Jobim-Luiz Bonfa : Manha de Carnaval (arr. Nicolas Worms) 3’04
  • 7. Rolfe Kent : Dexter theme (arr. Robin Melchior) 2’19
  • 8. Leo Brouwer : Un dia de noviembre (arr. Robin Melchior) 3’10
  • 9. Astor Piazzolla : Escualo 3’28
  • 10. Joseph Haydn : quartet op. 33 n°5, largo cantabile 4’06
  • 11. Astor Piazzolla : Chador 2’51
  • 12. AS’N : original creation 4’03
  • 13. Marc Mellits : quartet n°4 « Prometheus », V, andantino 3’08
  • 14. AS’N-Dorian Lamotte-Seok Woo Yoon : Flamenco 5’26
  • 15. Anton Dvořák : quatuor op. 96 « américain », lento 7’18
  • 16. Antonio Pinto - Jaques Morelenbaum : A Carta de Dora (arr. Thibault Lepri) 3’10
Quatuor Debussy Lyon

Total duration : 53'32

Recording at the Temple Lanterne in Lyon in July 2017

Sound recording and editing : Christophe Germanique

With the support of the Quatuor Debussy

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