Works for ﬂute, ceIlo and harp
The range of works on this recording embraces 50 years of creativity (1967-2016), thus offering a portrait of the composer and of his most precious aspirations: his interest for lndian music, the spirituality of Hinduism and Buddhism, the Chinese philosophies and Five Element Theory - Metal, Wood, Water, Fire, Earth - and the importance of the ties forged with his friends composers and performers.
Excerpt from the CD booklet "Incarnations structurales"
Marine Perez (ﬂute)
- Pauline Bartissol (ceIlo)
- Frédérique Cambreling (harp)
* World premiere recording
Incarnations structurales - Le Tombeau de Christian Lardé * - The Endless Murmuring I *- Mémoire des sons * - Thuy Lâm,... Vô * - Chu Ky III
Born in Huê in central Vietnam in 1933, Tôn-Thât Tiêt came to Paris in 1958 to study composition at the Paris Conservatoire. He attended Jean Rivier and André Jolivet classes for composition. He was at first drawn to the serial technique but from 1966 on, he turned to another mode of inspiration. [...]