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Swing of Change

Absolutely brilliant – no other words for it.

New York in the 30’s – Daft racist and barber Harry in a bad mood, gets hold of a trumpet and tries his hand on playing it. What power music can have, is just splendidly displayed in this short movie. The details given about his character and background are very subtle but so very clear.

Details of this graduation short film

Directed by: Harmony Bouchard, Andy Le Cocq, Joakim Riedinger, Raphael Cenzi
Music by: Denis Riedinger
Jean Christophe Mentzer (trumpet), Stephane Fougeroux (percussion), Renaud Bernad (trombone), Sébastien Lentz (horn) and Michael Cortone (tuba)

Music Record: Denis Riedinger, Studio Aquarium, Hoerdt (France)
Sound Design: Jose Vicente, Studio des Aviateurs, Montpellier (France)
Mix: Matthias Heimlicher, Keytastic! Studios, Lommiswil (Switserland)
Choreography: Tony Style, Christiane Cilluffo-Marciano.


One comment on “Swing of Change

  1. jazzfeast
    June 6, 2012

    Reblogged this on jazz feast.

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