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Jean-Claude Borelly – Wikipedia
This page was last edited on 27 Novemberat French trumpeters Male trumpeters French composers French male composers Pop trumpeters births Living people Musicians from Paris 21st-century trumpeters.
Retrieved from ” https: This record mleodie went to first place in the charts of most European countries, first in FranceSwitzerlandBelgium and then GermanyAustriaand the Netherlands. He was so fond of it that he did not hesitate to give up his classical studies and start playing in bands. In dolznnes projects Wikimedia Commons. The Book of Golden Discs 2nd ed. At the age of fourteen he had trumpet lessons at the school of music in Paris.
Instrumental pop Classical Easy listening. Jean-Claude Borelly is melodir French trumpeter and composer. He met a prominent trumpeter of the Doolannes Opera who touched by his fascination for the trumpet, introduced him to the instrument and accompanies all during his studies at the Conservatory and has the Normal School of Music. Delphine Records Rock Records. Inhe decided to move to Las Vegas.
During the s, Borelly became fanatical about rhythm and blues.
It was also in the first place in Mexico and later in Japan. August Learn how and when to remove this template message. Views Read Edit View history. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. With “Dolannes Melodie”, Borelly managed to introduce his own modern trumpet style.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. When he was eighteen, Borelly wanted to share his passion so he started teaching the trumpet to the beginners at the school of music.
The recording of “Dolannes Melodie” was about to change his future. He gave several concerts.