Basso Continuum
Gil Roman

Basso Continuum takes on an intimate form for the eight dancers, drawing on different musical inspirations ranging from baroque to jazz, funk, disco, romantic and contemporary music. The piece, choreographed by Gil Roman, seeks its own echoes in the charming chiaroscuro style and explores the dreamlike dimension of shadows, like a poetry of contrast where the double bass – the quintessential baroque “basso continuo” instrument – symbolizes continuity through the musical styles of which it is the common denominator.

Juliette De Banes Gardonne (Opéra de Lausanne)




Richard Dubugnon

Live on stage – original compositions. Performer: Richard Dubugnon (double bass)

Titles :

  • Pulses
  • Arco Expressif (post pulse)
  • Loumbago (funk) – Drum soundtrack: Christian Lété (interpreter)
  • Hämärä (Twilight) from The Three Pieces op. 6
  • Valse Caduque
  • Flamenco à 5 – Drum soundtrack: Christian Lété (interpreter)
  • Lied (part 1), from Sonate op. 44
  • Disco Irae – rum soundtrack: Christian Lété (interpreter)
  • Houm-mousse (rhythmic)
  • Dithyrambe (extract), from The Three Pieces op. 6
  • Lied (part 2), from Sonate op. 44

Johann Sebastian Bach

Live on stage. Performer: Richard Dubugnon (double bass)

Titre : Baroque Walk – extract from Prélude XXIV from 1er Livre du Clavier bien tempéré BWV 869 arranged by Richard Dubugnon


Giovanni Bottesini

Live on stage. Performer: Richard Dubugnon (double bass)

Variations on Nel cor più non mi sento, theme by Giovanni Paisiello, arranged by Richard Dubugnon

Pierre Henry

Album: Les Années Cinquante ; Title : Voile d’Orphée ; Performer: Pierre Henry ; Record: Philips Music


Private recording. Performers: Thierry Hochstätter and jB Meier

  • Lundi
  • Mardi

J. M. Rivière and G. Bourgeois

Album: Best of B. B.; Title: Le Soleil ; Performer: Brigitte Bardot ; Record: Philips

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