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Contemporary compositional techniques and Openmusic

By Rozalie Hirs, Bob Gilmore (Editors)

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Contemporary compositional techniques and Openmusic (Including an interview with Tristan Murail). Composed by Rozalie Hirs, Bob Gilmore (Editors). Edited by Rozalie Hirs, Bob Gilmore Bob, Jean-Michel Bardez and Moreno Andreatta. This edition: paperbound. Science of music. Musique/Sciences. Co-edition IRCAM Centre Georges Pompidou. Contemporary. Book. Text language: English. 296 pages. Published by Editions Delatour France (D2.DLT1824).

ISBN 978-2-7521-0080-1. With Text language: English. Contemporary. 18 x 21 cm inches.

La premiere partie de ce livre contient une entretien avec Tirstan Murail et trois essais sur les travaux musicaux de Claude Vivier (Lonely child, 1980), de Gerard Grisey (Quatre chants pour franchir le seuil, 1997-98), et de Tristan Murail (Le Lac, 2001) par Bob Gilmore, Jean-Luc Herve et Rozalie Hirs. Les auteurs fournissent des analyses detaillees de ces oeuvres, se concentrant sur les techniques basees sur la frequence ainsi que les processus compositionnels utilises par les compositeurs. La deuxieme partie du livre trouve son origine chez OpenMusic and Contemporary Compositional Techniques, une series de conferences et ateliers animees par Rozalie Hirs et professeurs invites Tristan Murail, Mikhail Malt, Benjamin Thigpen, Marco Stroppa et Niels Bogaards au Conservatorium van Amsterdam pendant l'annee d'universitaire de 2005o06. Cette serie a ete creee par le Nieuw Ensemble et son directeur artistique, Joel Bons, dans le cadre du Componistenpracticum annuel, qui allie la theorie et la pratique d'une maniere unique au monde. Le Nieuw Ensemble et le directeur Lucas Vis ont repete et interprete des nouveaux oeuvres ecrits par un groupe international d'etudiants de composition du fourgon Amsterdam de Conservatorium van Amsterdam et le conservatoire royale neerlandais. Les etudiants ont documente leur processus creatif et se trouvent dans les sept essais inclus dans ce volume. Un essai consequent sur des concepts compositionnelles de Tristan Murail et des techniques basees sur la frequence trouve son origine dans la serie de conference donnee par Rozalie Hirs. Il fournit la discussion la plus detaillee du travail de Murail disponible aujourd'hui en anglais.

The first part of this book contains an interview with Tirstan Murail and three essays on musical works of Claude Vivier (Lonely child, 1980), Gerard Grisey (Quatre chants pour franchir le seuil, 1997-98), and Tristan Murail (Le Lac, 2001) by Bob Gilmore, Jean-Luc Herve, and Rozalie Hirs. The authors provide detailed analyses of these works, focusing on the frequency-based techniques and compositional processes employed by the composers. The second part of the book originated in 'OpenMusic and Contemporary Compositional Techniques', a series of lectures and workshops given by Rozalie Hirs and guest professors Tristan Murail, Mikhail Malt, Benjamin Thigpen, Marco Stroppa, and Niels Bogaards at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam during the 2005/06 academic year. The series was initiated by the Nieuw Ensemble and its artistic director, Joel Bons, as part of the annual Componistenpracticum, which pairs theory and practice in a way not found anywhere else in the world. The Nieuw Ensemble and conductor Lucas Vis rehearsed and performed new pieces written by an international group of composition students from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and the Royal Conservatoire in the Netherlands. In turn, the students documented their creative process in the seven essays included in this volume. An extensive essay on Tristan Murail's compositional ideas and frequency-based techniques originated in the lecture series given by Rozalie Hirs. It provides the most detailed discussion of Murail's work available in English today.

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