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JEAN, FX FX JEAN
France France, St Laurent d'Aigouze
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Jean, Fran?ois-Xavier: Vin chaud - capriccio

Hot wine - capriccio
FX JEAN




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Composer :FX JEANJean, Fran?ois-Xavier (1953 - )
Instrumentation :

Choir and Orchestra

Style :

Contemporary

Copyright :copyright © Jean, François-Xavier
License :
Kind of medieval responsorial to color contemporary.
Source / Web :François-Xavier Jean/composer
Added by francois-xavier-jean the 2011-11-04


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By francois-xavier-jean, at 00:00
owner

Tu vois, mon cher Kato, j'apprécie d'autant plus ton commentaire que je me suis vraiment à écrire cette oeuvre: elle sonne espiègle à cause de ses fausses notes (voulues bien sûr) et de ses fondus enchainés: j'ai découvert ùun truc vraiment sympa: les reprises A' ou A'' empruntent des échelles étranges, simplement en rajoutant quelques altérations: c'est du Bartok, ce principe et c'est vraiment trop sympa. --- You see, my dear Kato, I appreciate your comment all the more that I'm really writing this piece: it sounds because of his mischievous false notes (proper course) and its fades, I found uun really cool thing: the times A 'or A''borrow strange scales by simply adding a few changes: it's Bartok, and this principle is really nice too.
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By kato-cleis (visitor), at 00:00


Outstanding capriccio, Francois! One of my favorites for these reasons: the Oriental syncopation so contrasts with the kinesthetic sense of an ambiance surrounded by warmth, yet majestic tenseness. I could talk for hours about how much this capriccio shines---so much depth in its simplicity. At first I was off-put by the rhythmic stops, but oh, when it continued so lusciously, the musicality started to make complete sense. Bis!
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