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Jean, Fran?ois-Xavier: Le Tétras Lyre

Black Grouse

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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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"Black Grouse" adopt the modality. Each of its wing beats are imperceptibly different. In music, I reflected imperceptible change modes or using change. The "Black Grouse" is associated with a canvas whose name is "Beating of Wings": the work is displayed on my website:
Source / Web :François-Xavier Jean, painter and composer.
Added by francois-xavier-jean the 2011-10-07

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By francois-xavier-jean, at 00:00

Tu as raison, Henrik, les cors bousculent l'harmonie, la portent vers de nouvelles couleurs. Dans le ?Tetras Lyre? j'ai rendu les couleurs fragiles, instables, volatiles et donc riches et inattendues. Il n'y a que les premières mesures que je déteste vraiment, trop d'attente, de suspens: ce début m'angoisse trop: heureusement la monté chromatique bouleverse tout: heureusement les choeurs embaument tout ! Je ne suis pas loin de la ?paranoïa critique? dont parle Salvador Dali. Merci mille fois, Henrik, comme toujours pour tes encouragements: je n'ai donc pas le choix, il faut continuer à faire résonner le cor dans la forêt humide de l'automne. François - - You're right, Henrik, horns jostle harmony, to wear new colors. In the "Tetras Lyre" I made the colors fragile, unstable, volatile and therefore rich and unexpected. Only the first steps that I really hate, too much waiting, pending: the beginning makes me anxious too: fortunately mounted color changes everything: fortunately the chorus perfume at all! I'm not far from the "critical paranoia" mentioned Salvador Dali. Thank you a thousand times, Henrik, as always for your encouragement: I have no choice, we must continue to sound the horn in the rain forest in the fall. François
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By henrik-von-hraesvelg (visitor), at 00:00

Ah, Francois. You are attempting Wagner's Gesamtkunstwerk---but you succeed, I think where he left his infinite musings incomplete. Yes, this is a symphonic poem, at least in technique, if not in length, mon ami musicale. Your sonatist format is absolutely exquisite. You make the maths sing maestoso with your delicate touch. There is harmonic decay over the natural suspensions with your hornwork (In line with the whole of the work.)I particularly find delightful. "Black Grouse" changes so minutely as almost to be raised on a select number of tonalities. Progression is technically well-wrought. You are growing so very quickly, Francois. (It is difficult for me to digest the speed of your development.) Meme-lui, vait le prix. Bis!
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