Vanessa Wagner, Pascal Dusapin, None – Dusapin: Etudes for Piano Nos – Music. 15 déc. Pascal Dusapin fait ses études d’arts plastiques et de sciences, arts et esthétique à l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne. Entre et il suit. Dusapin (b. ), a former student of Messiaen and Xenakis, is among the leading French composers, with a large output in an attractive style.

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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Until recently, Dusapin also rejected the use of keyboard instruments, despite the fact that he plays the organ [10] and jazz piano.

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Retrieved 22 September Share your thoughts with other customers. He avoids repetition and rejects stability and redundancy in music, which is yet another distinguishing feature of his music. His music is marked by its microtonality, tension, and energy.

James Press, Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Since no one was offering me commissions to produce longer symphonic forms I decided to bide my time. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This page was last edited on 26 Novemberat There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Seen and Heard International”. While Dusapin’s studies with these composers formed a foundation for his compositional studies—particularly for his understanding of sound masses—he developed his own musical language.

See All Buying Options. Archived from the original on 7 February One way in which Dusapin stands out from other contemporary composers is through his selection of certain instruments and rejection of others.

Pascal Dusapin

In fact, the intensity is such that Dusapin consciously makes pieces like Musique captive have short durations in this case, three minutesfor by their ends the musicians and listeners alike are completely exhausted.


Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. In the early s I wanted to get away from the running times of between ten and twenty minutes that are invariably associated with commissions for orchestra.

Be the first to review this item. The flute plays without stop for ten minutes, always pushing against the orchestra and ultimately coming out on top. Many of the characteristics discussed above are especially prevalent in Dusapin’s earlier works, especially those from the s. Unlike even Xenakis, he avoids the use of electronics and technology in his music.

Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. The aim is to create an all-encompassing work expressing the close relationship between the artist’s output in both genres. His classes with Xenakis included such subjects as aesthetics and science.

The libretto, written by Olivier Cadiotis divided into nine numbers: Dusapin has composed solo, chamber, orchestral, vocal, and choral works, as well as several operas, and has been honored with numerous prizes and awards.

Dusapin characterizes the European “hierarchical” form as thinking in terms of variations, so that certain parts are always of more importance than others. Febrile Music”, Contemporary Music Review 8, no. The book text is written by Michel Onfray. His music etuded full of “romantic constraint”, [1] and he rejects the use of electronics, percussion other than timpani, and, up until the late s, piano.

A concerto for flute and orchestra, the work begins with the flute being just barely audible over the orchestra, but it gradually pushes its way through the orchestral texture until it is the prominent voice of the work.


The cycle treats the orchestra etudee a large solo instrument [32] [34] and is the closest Dusapin has come to traditional symphonic thinking. In these deluxe sets, music is paired with photography to explore the synergies between the two art forms.

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Irzenski’s text is taken from fragments of Latin literary works and does not necessarily follow the chronology of the Duwapin myth of Niobe. Write a customer review.

His next major project was the large-scale orchestral cycle Seven Solos for Orchestra composed between and Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Get to Know Us. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price. See offer for details.

Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. The piece was first performed in July in La Rochelle, France. Share Facebook Susapin Pinterest. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Musique fugitiveon the other hand, achieves its instability through musical “ruptures. The instrumentation of Dusapin’s music is often based upon available players, and during the s and s, he often wrote for the Ensemble Accroche Note, [23] a Strasbourg-based new music group founded by a singer and clarinetist.

For the musical side of the production, pianist Vanessa Wagner plays Dusapin’s seven Etudes for piano.