In the first two Confluence albums, Quatre Voyages (1976) and Arkham (1977) which should be well-known to the progressive fan, these two artists played cello and guitar, respectively. They disappeared the next year by the time of the third album called Chroniques Terrestres. So I was very excited when I saw this library-like album they made together outside of Confluence though contemporaneous.
Both men were relatively prolific:
(Notice that Capon was in the Baroque Jazz trio with George Rabol, who in 1970 made a wonderful French fusion album that is strongly recommended.)The guitarist Christian Escoude has a kind of gypsy style which is not really in evidence on this particular record on the subject of the four elements.
The track I will sample is the most beautiful and most similar to Confluence circa Arkham, L'Air: