Prix : 12,70 €
09/06/1986 - Centre Georges-Pompidou - Ensemble 2e2m - Michel Arrignon (clarinet)
Jean-Marc Singier conceived his Bouts-rimés burinés in acknowledgement to his former composition teacher. They start off as brief, separate motifs which are altered and then transformed as variations which play a determining role in a work where virtuosity quietly takes the upper hand.
Marie Veauvy, extract from the booklet to the monograph CD Jean-Marc Singier, Accord (translated by Mary Criswick)
1 CD Accord, 461 761-2
Tohu-bohu d'intrus - Zombres - Blablaïka Ballérinabulle - Bouts rimés burinés - Traces, et strettes, en strates... - A gogo, de guingois - S'immiscent, en phases... - Blocs, en vrac, de bric et de broc
Ensemble FA, D. My
Jean-Marc Singier, who was born in 1954 in Paris, took courses with György Ligeti, Aurel Stroe and Brian Ferneyhough. Awarded a scholarship by the italian government, he studied composition with Franco Donatoni at the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome, earning a composition prize. [...]