Michel Portal

Michel Portal (born 25 November 1935 in Bayonne, France) is a composer, saxophonist, and clarinetist.

Portal studied clarinet at the Conservatoire de Paris. He also studied conducting with Pierre Dervaux.

During August 1969, Portal played on several of the recordings in Stockhausen's cycle of intuitive works, Aus den sieben Tagen.

Portal might be noted most for scoring music to film, and has won the César Award for Best Music Written for a Film three times. His first win was for the music to The Return of Martin Guerre. He plays both jazz and classical music and is considered to be one of the architects of modern European jazz.

In 1969, Portal co-founded the free improvisation group New Phonic Art with Vinko Globokar, Jean-Pierre Drouet and Carlos Roque Alsina.

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1969 Bold Music Joachim Kühn 1969 Our Meanings and our Feelings Michel Portal 1969 Aus des sieben Tagen Karlheinz Stockhausen 1969 Epistrophy Steve Lacy 1969 Comme à la Radio Brigitte ... Sextet 1980 En Direct d'Antibes René Urtreger 1980 Live in Montreux Albert Mangelsdorff 1980 Michel Petrucciani Michel Petrucciani 1981 Stress Marius Constant 1981 L. 1993 Le Vivre Nelly Pouget 1993 Any Way Michel Portal 1993 Surrounded 1964 - 1987 Daniel Humair 1994 Half a Lifetime Fredy Studer et Christy Doran 1994 Levin'Song Paczynski ...
Christian Escoudé - Musical Career
... Levallet's Swing String System, and Michel Portal's Michel Portal Unit ... du jazz award him the Prix Django Reinhardt, meanwhile a new quartet take form with Michel Graillier, Aldo Romano, and Alby Cullaz the later soon ... He can also be heard (as free-lance) alongside Michel Portal or with Slide Hampton, Martial Solal and Jean-Claude Fohrenbach ...

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