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Nouveau Guinea Ensemble

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What happens when you get a bunch of people together with a bunch of instruments? that's right you're going to end up with a riot. A riot of glorious noise! And if you're lucky it will be noise that some people would recognize as music. The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble is one such gathering. While their neighbors consider them racketeers because of all of the racket that comes out of their space, The Guineas plug along in the determined belief that a fair percentage of their racket is indeed musical.

Idyll
It's a song...lend it your ear.

A fragrant glade and a babbling brook... The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble takes a sojourn from the land of office buildings and parking lots and drags us kicking and screaming into the land pf placid remembrance.  
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The Tiny Jalopy
It's a song...lend it your ear.

It clatters, it shakes it rattles and pops. The Old Jalopy comes sauntering down the street in a cloud of dust and a rhythm that make you think it might have the hiccoughs. It is a racket and a hazard and an eyesore to our town. But it owned by old Ms. Primbottom who has been driving it for 95 years and isn't going to stop now!

Yessir, all of the children come running and the cats scat in fear when Mrs Plumbottom and her jalopy shimmy down the street 'cause it's a little bit like a circus parade all by itself. One of the rear fenders is doing acrobatics, the radiator blows steam and her Jack Russel Terrier named Archie is bouncing all over the back seat barking at everything he thinks is a squirrel... and he has bad eyesight and a good imagination.  
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The Bunnies Parade
It's a song...lend it your ear.

It's a day like any other. You're on your way back from the salon where you have just had your ears done so they are especially soft. The autumn air seems to sparkle and your nose twitches at the smell of carrot cake wafting down the street. Your ears stand up and turn round.

What's that you hear? "Thrump-de-dump... Pum-de-dum..."  
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Savanoia
It's a song...lend it your ear.

The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble steps in again with Savanoia. Perhaps I should say they whistle in an introduction that keeps you guessing until you land in the lap of of the sustaining beat that lifts a dance between two cantankerous clarinets a couple of floating flautists and a whole ensemble that takes you there and back again and then leave you out in a field..  
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Les Baricades Misterieuses
It's a song...lend it your ear.

The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble lightens it up a little with "Les Baricades Misterieuses" (Also known with the spelling "Les Barricades Mysterieuses") This is a lovely arrangement of a harpsichord piece by the French composer Fran├žois Couperin. The harpsichord piece was originally published in 1717. Now, nearly 300 years later, the Nouveau Guinea Ensemble brings it to you in a new light.  
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Transcendental Blues
It's a song...lend it your ear.

The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble strikes again with their new piece "Transcendental Blues". Reminiscent of songs that can be heard in Slovakian dive bars, pour yourself a glass of absinthe and dig into these solid lyrics.... What in the world are they singing about?!?  
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The Bumblebee's Briefcase
It's a song...lend it your ear.

Why would a bumblebee carry a briefcase? What would you find in a bumblebee's briefcase?

Find out in The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble's inaugural recording "The Bumblebee's Briefcase." Our industrious bumblebee flies amongst the skyscrapers of Chicago on its way to important meetings... to discuss important business with distinguished people  
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Nouveau Guinea Ensemble Releases
Idyll
A fragrant glade and a babbling brook... The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble takes a sojourn from the land of office buildings and parking lots and drags us kicking and screaming into the land pf placid remembrance.
The Tiny Jalopy
It clatters, it shakes it rattles and pops. The Old Jalopy comes sauntering down the street in a cloud of dust and a rhythm that make you think it might have the hiccoughs. It is a racket and a hazard and an eyesore to our town. But it owned by old Ms. Primbottom who has been driving it for 95 years and isn't going to stop now!
The Bunnies Parade
It's a day like any other. You're on your way back from the salon where you have just had your ears done so they are especially soft. The autumn air seems to sparkle and your nose twitches at the smell of carrot cake wafting down the street. Your ears stand up and turn round.
Savanoia
The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble steps in again with Savanoia. Perhaps I should say they whistle in an introduction that keeps you guessing
Les Baricades Misterieuses
The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble lightens it up a little with "Les Baricades Misterieuses" (Also known with the spelling "Les Barricades Mysterieuses")
Transcendental Blues
The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble strikes again with their new piece "Transcendental Blues". Reminiscent of songs that can be heard in Slovakian dive bars, pour yourself a glass of absinthe and dig into these solid lyrics....
Bumblebee's Briefcase
In The Nouveau Guinea Ensemble's inaugural recording "The Bumblebee's Briefcase." Our industrious bumblebee flies amongst the skyscrapers of Chicago on its way to important meetings...

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