Deleuze and music - Steppes: voice and territory

Tuesday 08 March 2011 - 09:30

ENS-Paris, Université Sorbonne-Paris IV
Coordination: Jérôme Cler

The ritornello, its different modes of dispersal, vocal, instrumental, nomadology, minor ‘becomings’: through what astonishing coincidences do ethnomusicologists, in their practice, encounter the texts of Gilles Deleuze? Did he not himself find in ethnomusicology a support no less relevant than the European tradition of composition? We follow the trail from ethos to work, from voice to territory, and mark out the rhythms.

. 9h30: Welcome. 10h: Dancers, plateaux and mountains: when the texts of Deleuze meet an ethnomusicologist’s terrain
Jérôme Cler

. 10h45: Nomads and settlers – Smooth and striated, the example of Central Asia
Jean During

. 11h45: Territories and evolving femininity in vocality
Édouard Fouré Caul-Futy

. 14h30: Dialogue
Richard Pinhas/Bruno Hues

. 15h15: Dialogue
André Bernold/Jérôme Cler

. 16h15: ‘Interface’: musical singularities
Élie During

. 17h: Encounter
Pierre Sauvanet/Élie During/Bastion Gallet

. 17h30: Round table

. 18h30: Recital with Jean During and Jérôme Cler
Projection: Derrière la Forêt, film by Gulya Mirzoeva and Jérôme Cler

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75005 Paris
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