Pierre BOESWILLWALD

« Tentatives en étoile »

Grand voile dans le temps (2015)
Rather than the timbre or the identification of the sound, I wanted in this study, to play on the variations of signal intensities. It is the sound movement that carries meaning ; it shows drama. It is not playing with duration (which is specific to music) but with movement in time … It is the correspondent of the gesture in plastic art …
The sound materials float and shake in time ; like sails in the breeze.

Doux Labyrinthe (2015)
Study on  » Other-Music « . Fighting landscapes !

Un seul et les autres (2016)
Short study on a rather pathetic theme : loneliness in society.
It is one more step on the path of my old research on possible aesthetics, born out of a sound construction specific to the specific possibilities of electro-acoustics, which is closer to the plastic arts than to music. The sounds here are not sound objects, melodic or rhythmic motifs, but more or less identifiable dramatic presences that invent virtual and fleeting universes at the heart of the imagination of a listener who accepts adventure !

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Christian ELOY

« Fait couler le rocher … »

Charles Baudelaire > Bohémiens en voyage

Dans les jardins de Cybèle (2013)
A walk, on a summer’s day, in the late afternoon, through the remains of a Gallo-Roman town, the gardens of Cybele … diffuse impressions, a place both sacred and a sanctuary … but also the aura of the nearby town. A special place, allegory of the spiritual and of materialism, duality between spirit and motion.

Ellipsis (2005)
Ellipse is a scientific word and ellipsis, the literary word, each with its own special meaning. Ellipse is used in geometry, astronomy and colorimetry, and ellipsis is a term used in literature, poetry and rhetoric; the word itself is a metaphor; in another of its singularities, in geometry, it is a fixed and finite shape.

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