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CANAT de CHIZY Edith

Nedjma

  • Category / Instrument : Orchestra
  • Orchestration : 2(picc).2(ca).2(clB).2(Cbn) / 2.2.2.0 / 2perc / hp / 10.8.6.5.4
  • Duration : 13'
  • Genre : contemporary
  • Sortiment : Score
  • Publisher : Lemoine
  • Code : 27965
  • Published : 01/01/2003
  • ISBN / ISMN : 9790230979658
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Premiere

13/07/2003 - Florence - Orchestre des Jeunes et de la Méditerranée, Roland Hayrabedian (conductor)

Note

In response to the commission by the Orchestre des Jeunes et de la Méditerranée on the theme of Algeria, I decided to write this piece in honour of Kateb Yacine, the great Algerian poet and dramaturge, borrowing the title of his main work.
In fact Kateb's entire work is haunted by the figure of Nedjma, who is by turns an inaccessible, wild, even ghostly woman who subsequently becomes a "flower of the dust". Nedjma, which means "star", is the starred banner, like the Algerian flag.
Kateb Yacine superimposes the image of the woman on that of her country by means of a quest for absolute love, similar to a mystic quest.
I have tried to use my music to prolong this tragic and powerfully dreamlike universe.

Edith Canat de Chizy


CANAT de CHIZY Edith

Biography

While studying art, archaeology and philosophy at the Sorbonne, Edith Canat de Chizy successively received six first prizes from the Paris National Conservatory. She was introduced to electronic music through Guy Reibel at the Conservatory and the Groupe de Recherches Musicales. [...]

Concerts

    • 15.10.2017
    • Véga
    • Choisy le Roy (France)
    • Cathédrale Saint Louis
    • Jean-Christophe Revel (org)
    • 09.09.2017
    • En mille éclats
    • Tokyo (Japan)
    • Festival Quartiers Musicaux
    • Chihiro Inda (vl)
    • 12.04.2017
    • Lands Away
    • Budapest (Hungary)
    • Vigadó Concert Hall
    • Andras Szalai (cymb), Lapland Chamber Orchestra, John Storgards (dir.)
    • 29.03.2017
    • Over the sea
    • Brest (France)
    • Passerelle, Centre d'Art contemporain
    • Pascal Contet, Lyonel Schmit, Gilles Deliège, Ingrid Schoenlaub

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