Ballaké Sissoko (kora) and Vincent Segal (cello) on one side, Vincent Peirani (accordion) and Emile Parisien (saxophone) on the other. With these magicians, 2+2 is no longer 4, but 1. For it is indeed a unity of spirit and a fluidity of sound that these well-tempered individualities create together, scorning any competition of ego to place themselves at the service of the common musical good. Neither jazz nor traditional, neither classical nor avant-garde, but a little of all of the above, this quartet creates an independent poetic territory where the ear is the king instrument. Where virtuosity is expressed first and foremost in the art of complicity. Where the simple yet powerful desire to listen to one another results in the birth of a singular four-part song.