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André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan - New Swiss Talents

Singer, flutist and composer André-Daniel Meylan, more popularly known as "Sarclon" was born on December 19, 1953, in Switzerland's Jura region.

This content was published on December 9, 2011 - 18:02

While although apprenticed in his family's watchmaking tradition, he took the decision to become a musician instead. Finally concentrating on the flute, he studied it at the Lausanne Conservatory and formed the Sarclon group. This group disbanded in 1980. Ever since André-Daniel Meylan has won increasing acclaim as a solo instrumentalist, singer and composer in his own right.


Musical content:

1. Sarclon Group: Absolumento, Instrumental
(A.D. Meylan)

2. André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan and his Sarclon Group: Au bord du chemin - Along the Road
(Trad., words by A.D. Meylan)

3. André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan and his Sarclon Group: Fil de Fer - Iron Wire
(A.D. Meylan)

4. André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan and orchestra: Tzigannerie, Instrumental
(A.D. Meylan)

5. André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan and orchestra: Myster le berger
(A.D. Meylan / Veillon)

6. André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan and orchestra: Des trous dans les poches - Holes in My Pockets
(A.D. Meylan)

7. André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan and instrumental ensemble: Arabesque-Revolution, Instrumental
(Arabesque: A.D. Meylan; Revolution: Sarclon / Santamaria / Héritier / Roch)

8. André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan and his Sarclon Group: On (c'était la fête) - Having A Wonderful Time
(A.D. Meylan)


Production information:

Musica Helvetica. New Swiss Talents NST 13. André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan (singer, flutist and composer). Produced 1983 for SBC / SRI by Lance Tschannen.

André-Daniel "Sarclon" Meylan (singer, flutist and composer) - New Swiss Talents

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