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4 Esquisses de Surveillance et de Controle
Concert: 17 Apr 2004 --
Presented by: AgostinoDiScipio
Public:
Grande Salle du Conservatoire de Lausanne
Lausanne -- Switzerland
http://www.harmoniques.ch/new/html/index1.htm

The Harmoniques festival (April 15-18, 2004) is usually devoted to early music and early music instruments. This year, the program has been extended to include electronic and computer music. They commissioned Agostino Di Scipio to compose a new work for string quartet, sub-kontrabass recorder, bassoon and Kyma-operated interactive signal processing, 'Esquisses de Surveillance et de Controle' (reference to the current international policies in 'security' is not unintended...). Performers include the Sine Nomine string quartet, Antonio Politano (on the enormous sub-kontrabass recorder), and bassoonist Pascal Gallois. The prémiere will take place on April 17th. In the performance, the sound of the wind duo controls and drives the computer-processing of the string quartet, and vice-versa, the string quartet controls and drives the computer-processing of the wind duo. Two more works by Di Scipio are featured in the festival programme, on the 17th and 18th of April, 'Variations on the Rhythm of the Wind' (for contrabass recorder and Kyma, 1995), and 'Due di Uno' (for violin, piccolo recorder and Kyma, 2002), with Politano on recorders, and Haesung Choe on violin. Other titles include Luigi Nono's 'La Lontananza Nostalgica Utopica Futura', for violin and 8-channel tape, the prémiere of Horacio Vaggione's 'Taleas', for recorder and tape, and more. The festival programme can be downloaded from the Harmoniques website.


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