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Recitations Op. 46 – voice solo

By Andrea Thompson Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here The album also includes a powerhouse solo bass piece called Parlandowritten for and performed by Uli Fussenegger, along with two related ensemble works: The good folks at UbuWeb have made available a masterful Martine Viard performance from Below you can listen to ” Seesaw ,” where the various pairings engage in what Aperghis calls “mirror-play,” apergihs simple patterns and phrases and scrabbling around within those parameters.

Sexy Trippy All Moods. The centerpiece of Saturday night’s ICE program is a brand-new composition called Shot in the Darkwhich Aperghis wrote specifically for the ensemble—it just got its world premiere last night at New York’s Aperghia Theatre.


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Georges Aperghis: Récitations

To be honest, I’m playing catch-up where Aperghis is concerned—he wrote a lot of music—and I’ve still got a long way to go. Contretemps ’06 showcases his fascination with the female voice: Of course, such a challenging work will not appeal to people expecting conventional vocal music, but it certainly helps that Michel-Dansac has a lovely and agile singing voice, and an attractive way of producing noises and making them feeling musical, even at their strangest.

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Sound: Georges Aperghis’ ‘Récitations’ | THE VOICE IS A LANGUAGE

The latter is more visceral and unsettling, but not by much. The music seemingly finds its strength as the words gradually fade in meaning, a process which endows these compositions with a haunting beauty… Automatic repetition puts all meaning to flight and is rendered more poetic by the sight of the schoolchild reciting by heart she falters, she catches up, falters again.

Smatterings of French words are strewn throughout Recitationsbut most of the sounds are abstract—jarring coughs, mutterings, swoops, and cries that sound like the ranting of a madwoman.

Just listening to the work makes plain how difficult it is to perform, but I think it’s also instructive to take a gander at the sheet music. Astringent strings, martial brass, and glassy layers of piano, accordion, and reeds surround her crystal-clear exhortations.


But I would like to draw attention to the mind-boggling Recitations ’78an epic solo work for female voice that makes crazy demands on the performer.

Automatic repetition puts all meaning to flight and is rendered more poetic by the sight of the schoolchild reciting by heart she falters, she catches up, falters again. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Seuss’ The Grinch Apreghis Beasts: Reecitations Brianna Wellen To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: By Ryan Smith Now she’s a leader in a fringe right-wing online community spreading a bizarre political conspiracy theory.

Georges Aperghis born is a composer known for creating works that synthesise instrument, voice, and text, and which go against the hierarchies of orchestra and theatre environments.

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