Following in the footsteps of L'Allusive, this title is a sort of double homage to two musicians who have meant a great deal to me, Leo Brouwer and Leonard Bernstein. The first page includes a distant echo of the Cuban composer's Pièce sans titre as well as his Etude simple no.1, and flirts with the famous theme from West Side Story shortly before the final reprise. L.B. Story is often quite subtle, and was specially designed for those who fall for "politically incorrect" rhythms.
Born on the 19h of October 1955, the French performer, composer, arranger and improviser Roland Dyens began to study the guitar when he was nine years old. Later he studied with the Spanish master Alberto Ponce in a class where he obtained, in 1976, the "Licence de Concert" from l'Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris (France). [...]