What is there in common between classical music, jazz, and world music? Simply a common ground: music. Coming to explore this land with the eyes of the other is a bit like William Lecomte, one of the best jazz pianists, and Lucien Zerrad, superb guitarist, eclectic arranger, here in the Oud, are committed to do with this ambitious and delicate project: revisit, with their baggage, their memories, their experiences and their sensitivity to great standards of classical or popular music: to two, to make Brahms, Fauré, Schubert ring for example in the Oud and the Piano, and to give to these composers, by the exploration of parallel worlds to the themes of improvisation, a contemporary and playful existence. To say also that there is no small or big music, but small or big musicians. That turns out well. These two are great.