by Thibault Prugne
Music by Jean-Pierre Jolicard
Format: 26 x 38 cm
RP: 22.90 €
"In the lapping of waves and the blowing of the wind, in the noise of the hammer and the clinking of the boat sails, he could hear music"
Téo lives with his adoptive father in Streinkel, a grey village where one is born and dies a fisherman. There flows a peaceful existence, without great sorrow nor true joy. But the child is unlike the others: only music counts for him. He hears it everywhere all the time. When no one is looking, Téo plays the charango, a small instrument inherited from his parents. One day, he meets a family of musicians traveling the country. Among them, Djypee and his daughter Wayra...
Thanks to them, Téo will make his dream come true. This book is meant as an incitement to travel and to the pursuit of one's dreams, whatever happens.
We have decided to publish it in large format in order to leave the most space possible for illustrations, which the reader will be able to dive into while listening to the music of the CD.
The story will be read on the CD (the foreseen artist is Bénabar), over music and songs by Jean-Pierre Jolicard, mixing flamenco sounds with those of South America. A mix like that of history, and the encounters that Téo will make throughout the pages.
Album CD with the story told over a musical background (reader forseen: Bénabar)
Original music composed by Jean-Pierre Jolicard.