Baryton violin & glassharmonica/Jacques Dupriez-Thomas Bloch

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Jacques Dupriez and Thomas Bloch play the barytone violin and the glassharmonica in duet.
There is only one barytone-violin played in concert today by Jacques Dupriez (France - Belgium). It is the ideal instrument which deep and colourfull sound is situated between the viola and the cello. The association with the very rare glassharmonica played by the french multi-intrumentalist virtuoso Thomas Bloch (ondes Martenot, glassharmonica, cristal Baschet) makes a unique duet.

The 2nd "Pièce dans le style classique" by César Espejo is recorded live in Belgium (2008).

Jacques Dupriez informations:
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Other names : armonica de verre (France), Armonica de vidro, orgue de verre (France, Belgium), crystal harmonica, crystal armonica, glass organ, crystal organ, Armónica de cristal (Spain), Armonica a bicchieri (Italian), glasharmonika (Germany, Denmark, Sweden), glassharmonika (Norway), Harmonika szklana (Poland), close instruments : glass harp, glassharfe, glass harfe, harpe de verre, verrophon, verrophone, seraphim, verres musicaux, musical glasses