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Michèle Bokanowski


Label: Trace

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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This new Bokanowski CD offers us two previously edited pieces (but now sold out) : 'Trois Chambres d'Inquiétude' (1975-1976) (previously on Elevator Bath) and 'Tabou' (1983-1984) (previously on Metamkine) and an unpublished piece 'Phone Variations' (1986-1988)

“Why concrete music is so attractive to me, as opposed to written music... To write music implies that an idea or a thought is at the origins of the composition and that the final thing is the sound rendering of this thought. The sound is at the end of the line, in other words. Concrete music is the exact reverse of this process: you start from sounds... sounds that will perhaps lead you to a constructive thought. Here, it’s the material that induces the thought, or the writing. The possibilities of finding/inventing new sounds and, therefore, new forms are tremendous, infinite... Moreover you can use chance to a much greater extent.” (M.B. - Asymmetry Music Magazine - Jan 2007)
Cat. number: Trace 028
Year: 2009

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