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CD 1: “La Grande Vallée”. Concrete music composed in 1993/1996 at INA-GRM (Paris-France). Field recordings, electronic, analogic synthesiser, realisation and composition : Lionel Marchetti. Voice : Hélène Bettencourt. Additives voices : Frédéric Malenfer, Bruno Roche. Bass clarinette : Jean Andréo. Sib clarinette : Lionel Marchetti.
“Portrait d'un glacier (Alpes, 2173m)”. Concrete music composed in 1998/2000 at INA - GRM (Paris-France). Field recordings, electronic, analogic synthesiser, realisation and composition : Lionel Marchetti. Somme field recordings were realised with Bruno Roche in august 1993 : Tré-la-tête glacier (massif du Mont-Blanc, Alpes, France).
CD 2: “Dans la montagne (Ki Ken Taï)”. Concrete music composed in 1995/1996 at La Muse en Circuit - Alfortville (France). Field recordings, electronic, analogic synthesiser, realisation and composition : Lionel Marchetti. The recordings of the French Kendo team (and a lot of Kendo sounds) were guided by Bruno Roche in the Dojo Additives voices : Hélène Bettencourt, Lionel Marchetti. “L'oeil retourné”. Concrete music composed in 1994/1997 at CFMI Lyon (France). Field recordings, electronic, analogic synthesiser, realisation and composition : Lionel Marchetti. Additive voice : Hélène Bettencourt. Quotations : Roger de la Frayssenet, Ralf Wehowsky, Josephine Leask, This Heat, Blanche Neige and some radio station chaos…
Lionel Marchetti (France, 1967) is a composer of musique concrète. First self-taught, he discovered the catalogue of Musique Concrète with Xavier Garcia. He has composed in the CFMI of Lyon 2 University between 1989 and 2002, where he still organizes workshops focused on the loudspeaker, the recorded sound and Musique Concrète, both on practical and theoretical levels. He has built his own recording studio, and composes also in the Groupe de Recherches Musicales in Paris since 1993. Lionel Marchetti also performs improvisation using microphones and loudspeakers, as a duo with Jérôme Noetinger, with the collective Le Cube with (Christophe Auger, Étienne Caire, Christophe Cardoen, Xavier Quérel, Jérôme Noetinger, Gaëlle Rouard) that performs live music and where films are shown and worked on interactively, and with the collective Archipel: Emmanuel Petit, Mathieu Werchowski, Sophie Agnel, Fabrice Charles, Pascal Battus. Since 1992, he organizes regular workshops centered on Radio and creation together with Olivier Capparos for France Culture. At the same time, he writes poetry, and develops theoretical thoughts on Musique concrète and the art of the loudspeaker.” label info