Posts Tagged ‘Philippe Manoury’

“Duo de marimbas”

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

par Matthew Cook (left) and Jared Twenty (right)

par Jessica Ryckewaert et ?

Extrait de “Sound and Fury”

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

Orchestre dirigé par Denis Russel-Davis avec projection vidéo (Festival Ars Electronica)

Extrait de “En écho” (Juliana Snapper, soprano)

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

Sur “Pluton” (avec Pierre Laurent Aimard, piano)

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

Sur “En écho” (avec Donatienne Michel Dansac, soprano)

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

Pierre Boulez parle de Philippe Manoury

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

Dickinson Studies

Thursday, November 13th, 2008

5 petites études pour musique élecroniques sur des poèmes d’Emily Dickinson.

Ces courtes pièces ont été composées pour une émission de Daniela Langer, sur France-Culture, consacrée à Emily Dickinson et à ma composition “NOON”. Ce sont des petites esquisses dont je me suis servi pour la composition de “Noon”. La voix enregistrée est celle de la poétesse américaine Marilyn Hacker.

1 – Sea

As if the Sea should part

And show a further Sea –

And that – a further – and the Three

But a presumption be –

Of Periods of Seas –

Unvisited of Shores –

Themselves the Verge of Seas to be –

Eternity – is Those –

2- Light

It’s like the light

A fashionless Delight –

It’s like the Bee –

A dateles – Melody –

It’s like the Woods –

Private – Like the Breeze –

Phraseless – yet it stirs

The proudest Trees –

It’s like the Morning –

Best – when it’s done –

And the Everlasting Cloks –

Chime – Noon!

3 – Presentiment

Presentiment – is that long Shadow – on the Lawn –

Indicative that Suns go down –

The Notice to the startled Grass

That Darkness – is about to pass –

4 – Soft

Soft as the massacre of Suns

By Evening’s Sabres slain

5 – Night

A Night – there lay the Days between –

The Day that was Before –

And Day that was Behind – were one –

And now – ’twas Night – was here –

Slow – Night – that must be watched away –

As Grains upon a shore –

Too imperceptible to note –

Till it be night – no more –