"L'Aube Des siècles" is Daniel Gardiole very first public album. Daniel is a young , curious and stout pianist. He has personally design a program in honour of Paul Loyonnet, virtuoso pianist born in 1889. Daniel did so by getting his inspiration from musical works whose creations are attributed to Loyonnet:
* The Six View of Fouzy Yama de BernardVan Den Sigtenhorst-Meyer were played in Ėrard Hall on the 29th of November 1923 for the victims of the earthquake the same year in Japan.
* Aube Sonate d'été from Lucien Durosoir (2), virtuoso violinist with whom Paul did a duet. L'Aube Sonate d'été was composed mirroring the poem Aube de Rimbaud and was interpreted in private circles (VIP) by Paul Loyonnet and Jean Doyen.
* Finally Les Histoires De Jacques Ibert were first brought to the public the 12th of October 1923 in Érard Hall, then were regularly included in Paul Loyonnet's concerts.
I was the pianist in the orchestra of Schifrin and Chaynes