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date: 28 February 2020

Barda, Daniel locked

  • Michel Laplace


(b Cannes, France, March 30, 1944). French trombonist and conductor. He studied piano (1957–60), flute (1965–70), and conducting (1970–76), but was self-taught as a trombonist. From 1963 to 1967 he played with the Haricots Rouges, led by the clarinetist Gérard Tarquin, and from 1968 with the High Society Jazz Band, which performed in New Orleans in 1972 and in Chicago in 1987. He was then a member of the Watergate Seven Plus One (1974–91), which appeared in Sacramento (1980–81, 1983), and he co-founded the group Paris Washboard, which toured California (1993–5) and recorded Paris Washboard: Live in Gaveau (1993, Vibrato Musique 0930-2). Barda also played with the percussionist Henri Guédon, Gérard Badini, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, and Milt Buckner (all in 1974), the group Charquet & Co. (1976), and Claude Luter (...

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