Christine Lanusse: Le Tombeau de Couperin - Prélude

This is the first part of "Le Tombeau de Couperin" by Maurice Ravel. I really love this music for piano and even more for orchestra and since I don't play the piano, the clarinet or oboe, I thought I'd make a two basses and drums version of it :-)

Many thanks to my dears friends for helping me finishing this small project :-) : Olivier Pelfigues (drums/drum part/recording/recording place booking/professionalism provider) - Sylvain Sangla (video recording and editing/absurd content provider) - Benoît Navarret (sound mix/great last minute helper)

Bass gear :
Antoine Elkine bass
Benedetti pickups
EMG HZ pickups
Aguilar OPB 3 preamp
Aguilar Tone Hammer DI

Le Tombeau de Couperin - Prélude

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