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CANAT de CHIZY Edith

Omen

  • Category / Instrument : Orchestra
  • Orchestration : 2(+picc).2(+ca).2(+clB).2(+Cbn) / 4.3.3.1 / hp / pno / timb / 3perc / 14.12.10.8.6
  • Duration : 15'
  • Genre : contemporary
  • Sortiment : Score
  • Publisher : Lemoine
  • Code : 28473
  • Published : 14/09/2006
  • ISBN / ISMN : 9790230984737
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Premiere

21/10/2006 - Paris, Radio France - Orchestre National de France, Alain Altinoglu (conductor)

Note

Press

Omen was indirectly inspired by van Gogh's last painting Wheat Field with Crows that he completed before his suicide and by words from one of Rilke's Quatrains valaisans that might have been inspired by van Gogh too. "Paths that lead nowhere, between two meadows... Paths that often have nothing between them/Other than pure space and the season". The composer also mentions Heidegger who wrote a book titled Chemins qui ne mènent nulle part, thus clearly alluding to Rilke's words. I am no Heidegger expert so I do not know how far a deeper knowledge of his work might help. At the risk of repeating myself - again - the music is what really counts. In this as in the other pieces recorded here the music is always superbly crafted, full of instrumental imagination and often quite beautiful.

Hubert Culot
Musicweb International


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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