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"Allégeance volatile and Esquive each tackle the same issue in their own way. Overcoming time: whether it be successive, additional, enumerative, or repetitive. However, there is nothing here about the ensuing nature of so-called "repetitive" music. These are types of ...
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REGRM021 | RECOLLECTION GRM

""Music Promenade" (1964-1969): Electroacoustic Music, world premiere for the Théâtre de la musique, March 16, 1970 "Hétéro-Concert". Permanent version for four stand-alone tape recorders. A series of colliding realistic sounds and sonic images. Whilst walking, a ...
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REGRM022 | RECOLLECTION GRM

"Tremblement de terre tres doux (1978): The familiar generates the strange. These rolls, these hums, these sudden rushes; this song, these peaceful circlings; these sudden outbursts, these returns to quiescence - what do they remind us of? This piece's trajectory could ...
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REGRM019 | RECOLLECTION GRM

"Grand Bruit (1991): The great mobile sound bodies have an ordinary yet amazing ability to place the listener-traveller within, as if he or she was inside a giant double bass, in this case a train stroked by a double bow: the rails and the air. In 1991, I explored this ...
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REGRM020 | RECOLLECTION GRM

"Presque rien no 1, le lever du jour au bord de la mer (1967-1970): Following the complete disappearance of abstract sounds, we can regard this piece as a sonic snapshot and the culmination of an evolution. This is a realistic rendering (as faithful as possible) of a ...
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REGRM005 | RECOLLECTION GRM