Analysing music with Gilles Deleuze

Tuesday 18 January 2011 - 09:30

INHA, Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis
Coordination: Jean-Paul Olive

This session examines the implication of Deleuze’s thought in the domain of musical analysis. The aim is to test the concepts in the light of the technical elements of the musical fabric: start with music in order to find philosophy.

. 9h30: Welcome. 10h: Small differences and meanings of the musical processes
François Decarsin

. 10h45: Compositional production: concepts at work in Ritornello
Sylvio Ferraz

. 11h30: The constitution of music; time and substratum in analytical concepts
Jean-Marc Chouvel

. 14h30: Deleuze and the operas of Berg: commentaries of an intuition
Jean-Paul Olive

. 15h15: Flux, energy, cut off
Makis Solomos

. 16h15: Deleuze, Guattari, Aperghis: multiple paths, aparallel evolutions
Evan Rothstein

. 17h: L'esprit des dunes by Tristan Murail
Carole Gubernikoff

. 18h: Concepts and musical material
Round table

Musical interludes
Georges Aperghis, François Rossé, Luciano Berio
Nadine Gabard, Jean-Yves Ravoux, Isabelle Radigon, voices (Cie Éclats)

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