ホーム | -----M > ModeBernard Parmegiani "Stries" [CD]
商品詳細

Bernard Parmegiani "Stries" [CD]

価格: 2,387円(税込)
Label: Mode mode 328

米現音の老舗ModeよりBernard Parmegianiの激ヤバ物件が登場!!これは凄まじい一枚!!電子音楽の歴史の中で間違いなく最高峰の作曲家の一人であるフランスのBernard Parmegiani。3人のシンセサイザープレイヤーの演奏とテープ音楽をミックスした、氏の作品の中でも非常にレアな楽曲である80年作[Stries]が遂に単独でリリース!!INA-GRMが1984年に発表した2枚組LPコンピレーション[Trio Instrumental Electroacoustique]に一部が収録されたレア音源で、30年もの間演奏される事がなかったという楽曲。幸いな事にINA-GRMのYann Geslinが見つけたスコア、そして残っていたオリジナル録音をもとに、Colette Broeckaert、Sebastian Berweck、Martin Lorenzの三者が再演したのが本作。ヴァイオリンとテープによるParmegianiの63年名作[Violostries]がネタとして使われた、不穏かつ滅茶苦茶クールな3部編成の激シブ記録。マスト。

>>SAMPLE<<

>>SAMPLE<<

>>SAMPLE<<

Stries (1980)
for 3 synthesizers and tape 44:59

1. Strilento 17:26
2. Strio 7:31
3. Stries 20:01

Bernard Parmegiani (1927–2013), the grand old man of French electroacoustic music, did not write much music for tape with live performers. Among them is “Stries” for the unusual combi- nation of three live synthesizer players and tape.
Until recently, “Stries” had not been played live for some 30 years. This is the first complete recording, only part of it had been previous- ly released on LP on the INA/GRM label.
“Stries” was written for the three synthesizer players of the Paris- based electroacoustic trio TM+, Yann Geslin, Laurent Cuniot and Denis Dufour, founded at the INA/GRM. Over the span of the ensem- ble’s lifetime, TM+ used a range of different instruments — analog synthesizers in the late 1970s and early digital synthesizers in the mid-1980s — and amassed a repertoire of about 40 compositions written especially for them.
Fortunately, Yann Geslin, of the INA/GRM, archived the original score by Parmegiani, as well as the parts for the instrumentalists. Also in GRM’s archives was the original analog reel-to-reel tape for the piece, as well as the analog 8-track recordings from the recording session.
Armed with this material, the electronic music trio of Colette Broeckaert, Martin Lorenz and Sebastian Berweck, together with Yann Geslin, recreated the piece with the aim of bringing it back to the stage as well as producing generic scores that could help get the piece into the repertoire of many instrumentalists. Their work is real- ized on this release.
“Stries” (1980) is a work in three parts based on the tapes of Parmegiani’s “Violostries” for violin & tape from 1963. The tape part is derived completely from recordings of the violin which Parmegiani masterfully alters to create an at times extremely dense, at other times pointillist piece of music.
The first part, “Strilento,” is a piece for tape solo and can as such be played alone, while the second and third movements — “Strio” and the eponymous “Stries” — make direct usage of the old tapes and the analog synthesizers of the players.
Sebastian Berweck’s liner notes detail the reconstruction of “Stries” for both performance and this recording.