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Canada "HAPPY ANNIVERSARIES" TO STRIPTASES: The beginnings of André Manoukian, in the piano-bars

01:05  11 june  2021
01:05  11 june  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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À ses débuts, le jazzman André Manoukian jouait dans des cabarets. Depuis, il connait un grand succès et reprend les chansons de grands noms de la chanson. Comme celles de Serge Gainsbourg dans son nouvel album hommage. Le pianiste de jazz raconte son parcours au micro d’Anne Roumanoff dans l’émission © Europe 1 in its infancy, the Jazzman André Manoukian played in cabarets. Since then, he knows a great success and takes up the songs of big names in the song. Like those of Serge Gainsbourg in his new tribute album. The jazz pianist tells his journey at Anne Roumanoff's microphone in the show "It's good" on Europe 1, Thursday.

Piano Bars at the New Star Plateau, André Manoukian experienced a great ascent in the world of jazz. He is today a composer recognized in his environment. Thursday, it was invited in the show it's good on Europe 1 to present a new tribute album of recovery at the piano of the songs of Serge Gainsbourg . The Jazzman then discussed his debut in the Lyon Cabarets.

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"A very complicated exercise"

before meeting success, André Manoukian played in the bars. "A very complicated exercise", according to the Jazzman. "You have to do sound without disturbing too much. The only people who come to see you it's either to ask you for improbable songs either to ask you to lower a little", he detains. Sometimes it was interrupted by a client: "It's my Tata's birthday, you do not want to play happy birthday please?"

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It is in Lyon, in the city where it was born, what started its career from the pianist. At the time, he plays in a cabaret called "Ambigue". "I even accompanied a striptease number and ending in 'full naked', as Charles Aznavour said!", Ary André Manoukian.

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Arriving in Paris, the pianist is hired to play in hotels. But these institutions are a little particular. "We had a little diverted because it always ended up jam session!" Understand, in "improvisation session".

Following a hearing, André Manoukian integrates the prestigious Berkeley Music School in the city of Boston, the United States. There, he learns essential methods. "When I arrived, I was given a half sheet of paper on which there were all the secrets of the Impro," he remembers. Secrets kept assets that allowed him to trace his way to a busy career.

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