HARMONIUM discography and reviewsHarmonium was a Quebec progressive rock band formed in 1972 in Montreal. It became one of the most well-known music bands in the province of Québec in the 1970s and continues to hold an iconic and influential status to this day. Lead vocalist and guitarist Serge Fiori met Michel Normandeau (vocals and guitar) in a theatre music meeting in November 1972. Later on, in 1973, they met bassist Louis Valois and formed Harmonium. In November 1973, the group performed their first air play on CHOM-FM. They played three songs: “Pour un instant,” “Un musicien parmi tant d’autres,” and “Un refrain parmi tant d’autres.” The first two songs were later recorded professionally to be put on their eponymous debut album. The last song was a sequel to “Un musicien parmi tant d’autres”, but never made the album cut, staying unreleased. A single was also released at the time with the hit “Pour un instant” on the A-side and “100,000 Raisons” on the B-side, the latter was eventually included on the CD-reissue version of the album nearly 20 years later. See for more.

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Pour Un Instant

Histoire Sans Paroles


Viens Danser


Un musicien parmi tant d’autres

Les Cinq Saisons 1975 Full Album

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