Works from the late 1970s by 4 French Groupe De Recherches Musicales composers--Charles Clapaud, Janez Maticic, Servio Tulio Marin, and Eugeniusz Rudnik--short pieces using electroacoustic, electronic, concrete and other modern approaches in fascinating and unusual compositions.
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Label: Recollection GRM
Catalog ID: REGRM 012LP
Squidco Product Code: 19078
Packaging: Vinyl LP in a cardstock sleeve
Recorded on various dates at various locations.
Servio Tulio Marin
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1. Charles Clapaud - Ruptures (1978) (15:10)
2. Janez Maticic - Hypnos (extrait de Trois Visions) (1975) (8:23)
1. Servio Tulio Marin - Impresiones Fugitivas (1976) (8:45)
2. Eugeniusz Rudnik - Moulin Diabolique (1979) (17:05)
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"The main idea behind the Traces series is to excavate short, forgotten or ignored pieces of music from the GRM Archives. This third volume, gathering pieces from before 1980, features the works of four composers from very different geographical and musical backgrounds. In addition to echoing the extraordinary vitality of musical experiments from a bygone era, Traces aims to give some audibility to music pieces which, in some instances, are being released for the very first time."-Christian Zanési & François Bonnet, Paris, 2014
Charles Clapaud " Ruptures " (1978)
Janez Matičič " Hypnos (extrait de Trois Visions) " (1975)
Servio Tulio Marin " Impresiones Fugitivas " (1976)
Eugeniusz Rudnik " Moulin Diabolique " (1979)
Through editing, the sense of military discipline was removed from the ordering sentences, thus enhancing the grotesque and terrible content of the order itself. [ ... ] The possibility of identifying the sound sources (speech = order with its semantic, semiotic and associated values), the formal structure of the composition is to remind the listener of the constant presence by his side of the Evil Mill (Moulin Diabolique) of war. A mill that has been turning on and on for thousands of years - and for how much longer? I dedicated this work to my daughter Kamila Maria . (E.R.)