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Jean, Fran?ois-Xavier: Ecoute les vagues

listen to the waves

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Composer :FX JEANJean, Fran?ois-Xavier (1953 - )
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Choir and Orchestra

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Date :07/10/11
Copyright :copyright © Jean, François-Xavier
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Here, the shape of the "canon" has replaced the form of "waves." With each new "dux" begins a different mode. The growth mode is built on the Golden Section.
Source / Web :François-Xavier Jean
Added by francois-xavier-jean the 2011-10-06

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By francois-xavier-jean, at 00:00

merci pour ton commentaire, Henrik. Chaque oeuvre est une expérience mathématique nouvelle. Chaque série nous plonge ailleurs, ici la mer, là les étoiles. La magie des nombres trouvée par Luca Pacioli (env. 1450-1514), le contemporain de Léonard de Vinci. La "divine proportion" me permets d'autres voyages musicaux, d'autres contrepoints plus riches encore. A très bientôt le plaisir de te lire encore et encore. François

thank you for your comment, Henrik. Each work is a new mathematical experience. Each series takes us elsewhere, by the sea, the stars here. The magic numbers found by Luca Pacioli (ca. 1450-1514), a contemporary of Leonardo da Vinci. The "divine proportion" allows me to other musical journeys, some counterpoints richer still. See you soon the pleasure to read you again and again. François
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By henrik-von-hraesvelg (visitor), at 00:00

This piece's noble maestoso at once sings like a canto, and pulses like a chant. It cannot be understated enough that melody has been pushed into the forefront, yet that harmony, is a felt and justified foundation. Only culture do I hear in this particular musical treasure: no particular composer. I hear Celtic and Oriental influences in the melodic line; but richly French and almost jazz influences in the harmonic lines. Very beautifully executed---more refined than recent experimentalism. Its meaning,"to listen to the waves" constitutes, for me, as being as to "experience the inner as one absorbs the outer" It is a balanced symmetry. Very quiet yet loud in the soul. Regardless of maths, this is a piece both peerless and gallant. Bis! Francois, bis.
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