Barði Jóhannsson

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Barði Jóhannsson
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Barði Jóhannsson, né le (41 ans), est un musicien islandais. Il anime l'émission Konfekt, set stylist et réalisateur également[1]. Il a composé pour la publicité et pour le National Theatre of Iceland et le Centre Dramatique d'Orleans (Musée de la mer de Marie Darrieussecq). Il apparait au Festival d'Aix-en-Provence.

Biographie[modifier | modifier le code]

Bang Gang[modifier | modifier le code]

Bang Gang est le groupe originel de Barði Jóhannsson formé en 1996.

Lady & Bird[modifier | modifier le code]

Lady & Bird est un group avec Keren Ann et Barði Jóhannsson. Ils ont sorti deux albums.

Starwalker[modifier | modifier le code]

Starwalker est un group electro-pop avec Jean-Benoît Dunckel (Air) . L'album contient Bad Weather, Losers Can Win et Blue Hawaï.

Discographie[modifier | modifier le code]

Albums[modifier | modifier le code]

  • You (1998, Bang Gang)
  • Something Wrong (2003, Bang Gang)
  • Lady and Bird (2003, Lady and Bird)
  • Häxan (2006, Barði Jóhannsson)
  • Ghosts from the Past (2008, Bang Gang)
  • La Ballade of Lady & Bird, A project by Keren Ann Zeidel & Barði Jóhannsson (2009)
  • Selected Film & Theater Works Of Bardi Johannsson (2011, Barði Jóhannsson)
  • W Y R Original Motion Picture Score (2013, Daniel Hunt & Bardi Johannsson)
  • "Sacred Universe EP" (2014, Bardi Johannsson)

Singles[modifier | modifier le code]

  • "Sleep" - Bang Gang (1998)
  • "Sacred Things" - Bang Gang (2000)
  • "Stop In The Name of Love" - Bang Gang (2003)
  • "Find What You Get" - Bang Gang (2003)
  • "I Know You Sleep" - Bang Gang (2008)
  • "The World Is Gray" - Bang Gang (2008)
  • "Bad Weather" - Starwalker (2013)

Bandes originales pour le cinéma[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Fíaskó (Fiaso) by Ragnar Bragason (2000)
  • Eleven Men Out by Róbert Douglas (2005) – In collaboration with Icelandic band Mínus
  • Haxan (from 1920), by Benjamin Christiansen (2006) – New score for the silent movie
  • Reykjavík - Rotterdam by Óskar Jónasson (2009) – Winner of the Icelandic Edda Film awards for the best original film score (2009) – Nomination for the Scandinavian Film Music Awards at Giff Film Festival (2010)
  • Would You Rather by David Guy Levy (2012) In collaboration with Daniel Hunt
  • De toutes nos forces by Nils Tavernier (2013)

Bandes originales pour le documentaire[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Íslenska Sveitin (The Commander), by Kristinn Hrafnsson and Friðrik Guðmundsson (2004)
  • Viets et Morts d’Andy Warhol by Jean Michel Vecchiet. Music by Lady and Bird (2005)
  • Africa United by Olaf de Fleur Johannesson (2005)
  • Heilabilun/Alzheimer by Lárus Ýmir Óskarsson (2006)
  • Ama Dablam Beyond the void by Ingvar Ágúst Þórisson. In collaboration with Eberg (2008)
  • Stelpurnar Okkar by Þóra Tómasdóttir (2009)
  • The Still Point by Taki Bibelas (2009)

Bandes originales pour la télévision[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Pressa 3 (6 Épisodes) by Óskar Jónasson. Score.
  • Heimsendir by Ragnar Bragason. Score.
  • Pressa 2 (6 Épisodes) by Óskar Jónasson. Score.
  • Réttur 1 (6 Épisodes) by Sævar Guðmundsson. Score.
  • Réttur 2 (6 Épisodes) by Sævar Guðmundsson. Score.
  • Skjár Einn, main theme.
  • Silfur Egils, theme.
  • Svínasúpan, theme.
  • Strákarnir, theme.
  • Ríkið by Silja Hauksdóttir, theme and score.
  • Mannamál, theme.
  • Kóngur um stund, theme and score.
  • Fóstbræður, arrangements
  • Innlit útlit, theme.
  • Pressa (6 Épisodes) by Óskar Jónasson. Score in collaboration with Eberg.

Bandes originales pour le théâtre[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Brennuvargarnir/Biederman and the Firebugs. The National Theater of Iceland. Writer: Max Frisch. Director: Kristín Jóhannesdóttir. Music: Barði Jóhannsson (2009)
  • Sædýrasafnið – Museum of the Sea. The National Theater of Iceland & Centre Dramatique National Orleans. Writer: Marie Darrieussecq. Director: Arthur Nauzyciel. Music: Barði Jóhannsson (2009)
  • Red Waters – An Opera Written by Lady & Bird (2011). Director: Arthur Nauzyciel. Music & Text: Keren Ann Zeidel & Barði Jóhannsson

Filmographie[modifier | modifier le code]

Courts-métrages[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Who is Barði?, de Ragnar Bragason et Barði Jóhannsson (2003)
  • Red Death, de Taki Bibelas et Barði Jóhannsson, premiered in Centre Pompidou, Paris (2004)
  • Sacred Universe, de Jeaneen Lund et Barði Jóhannsson, premiered in Centre Pompidou at ASVOFF, Paris (2013)

Bibliographie[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Lady and Bird Recording Diary (2003) – Written by Barði Jóhannsson and Keren Ann Zeidel.
  • Maley Maley, Niðurfold (1999) – Written by Henrik B Björnsson and Barði Jóhannsson under a fake name.

Autres[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Daily Radio Show, Radio-FM and X-FM for 2 years. (2000)
  • Konfekt – TV show (2001) – With Henrik B Björnsson.
  • Black Garden. Festival Aix Provance (2005) Music for a string quartet, claviner, and electronica.
  • Dressing Ourselves. Triennale in Milan (2005) Clothes design for the exhibition.
  • Epal. Designer Shop. (2005) Music for a children choir.
  • Dream by Barði og Noemi Brosset for the TV show THE L WORD (2007)

Liens externes[modifier | modifier le code]

Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. Chris Martins, « Starwalker Unites Air and Bang Gang Buds Under 'Bad Weather' », sur Spin.com, (consulté le 22 octobre 2014)