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Jean, Fran?ois-Xavier: Le Vol du Papillon  Op.18, N.12

Flight of the Butterfly, N.12

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

Flute and String Quartet

Style :

Early 20th century

Date :06/03/2012
Copyright :mars 2012 © Sacem - Creative Commons by-nc-nd 3.0
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Added by francois-xavier-jean the 2012-03-06


By francois-xavier-jean, at 00:00

Hello Aaron, an idea pushed each other like a game of "billiards". So will the stars and gallaxies. Like De Kooning or Jackson Pollock I put myself in a trance before throwing my colors. I only use the number of Gold, ladders Tritonic syncopated rhythm and tone my friend Aaron. I never ask myself - what tone atonality or what am I? I sing every note, I never harmonizes ... Looking forward to read you. François. Hello Aaron, une idée pousse l'autre comme au jeu du ?billard?. Ainsi vont les étoiles et les gallaxies. Comme De Kooning ou Jackson Pollock je me mets en transe avant de jeter mes couleurs. Je n'utilise que le nombre d'Or, les échelles tritoniques et ton rythme syncopé mon cher Aaron. Je ne me pose plus jamais - dans quelle tonalité ou quelle atonalité suis-je ? Je chante chaque note, je n'harmonise jamais ? A bientôt le plaisir de te relire. François.
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By aaron-alexander-cotton (visitor), at 00:00

An absolute delicacy and delight, Francois! Your chinoiserie shines with such sensitivity and magic. Majestic and monumental, without being affected, this movement-concerto spins a web around the listener. There are many interesting surprises---one can hear evidences of Delibes and even Saint-Saens in certain passages. An enchanting experience ensues. Bis!
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By francois-xavier-jean, at 00:00

Hello Denys. Thank you for your comment. The colors of the wings, I owe to the shimmer of fugato replacing home harmony. Their quivering fragility and I owe them to write short notes in expensive and syncopated Aaron, Alexander Cotton, an American composer of the East Coast. Looking forward to read you. François. Bonjour Denys. Merci de ton commentaire. Les couleurs des ailes, je les dois au miroitement des fugato qui remplacent chez moi l'harmonie. Leur frémissement et leur fragilité je les dois à l'écriture chère en notes brèves et syncopées d'Aaron, Alexander Cotton, un compositeur américain de la côte Est. A bientôt le plaisir de te lire. François
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By denys-vignon , at 00:00

J'aime bien ce papillon!
Il me semble qu'il est plus libre que l'air
et en même temps assez espiègle et effronté.
Du bon travail...
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Opus 18