Michel Legrand conducts and plays some of his most famous jazz music - With Jean Dréjac, Jean-Philippe Komac, Peter Verbraken, and Bart Denolf

Flemish Radio Orchestra

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Jean-Philippe Komac — Drummer
Peter Verbraken — Guitarist
Bart Denolf — Double bassist
The Flemish Radio Orchestra

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In this recording, the living legend Michel Legrand and Jean Dréjac perform some of their most famous jazz compositions, including selections like "Watch What Happens" and "La Valse des Lilas" from The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Edith, Rupture, le Vieux costume, and much more! They are joined by Jean-Philippe Komac, Bart Denolf, Perter Verbreaken, and the Flemish Radio Orchestra.

Michel Legrand has many talents up his sleeve: from singer, jazz-pianist, and songwriter to conductor, actor, screenwriter, and film director, he has received no less than 3 Oscars and 5 Grammys! Highly regarded in both Europe and the United States, his creativity and ambition appear to know no bounds. Michel Legrand and Jean Dréjac began their long and fruitful collaboration in the 1970s, the musical products of which form the bulk of tonight's exciting program!

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Venue: Flagey Studio 4 Concert Hall (Brussels, Belgium)
Production date: 2005
Duration: 57 min
Production: © LGM
Resolution: HD