Natural models and imaginary scenarios - Day 2

Saturday 24 March 2012 - 09:30


9h30 On the relationship between sounds of nature, instrumental sounds and electronic sounds in some works of François-Bernard Mâche and Jean-Claude Risset
Laurent Pottier, Jean Monnet University, Saint-Étienne

10h From natural models to novel sound decor: Lady Sarashina by Peter Eötvös
Béatrice Ramaut-Chevassus, Jean Monnet University, Saint-Étienne

10h25 On the use of natural models and imaginary scenarios in the early mixed works of Jean-Claude Risset: Little Boy (1968-1970), Dialogues (1975) and Inharmonic (1977)
Olivier Baudouin, Paris-Sorbonne University

11h05 Musical time in the works of François-Bernard Mâche
Georges Bériachvili, pianist, musicologist, Houilles Conservatory

11h30 Invisible for soprano and tape (1996) by Jean-Claude Risset: universalism and metaphor
Pascal Pistone, musicologist, composer and conductor, Bordeaux III University III

11h50 Shadows by Peter Eötvös or the imaginary scenario of sounds
Aurore Rivals, musicologist, artiste

12h15 François-Bernard Mâche and the UPIC of Iannis Xenakis: towards a redefinition of melodic contour
Cyrille Delhaye, GRHIS and Rouen University

Moderation: François Madurell

14h30 The electro-acoustic thread of Iter memor (1985) for cello and tape by François-Bernard Mâche
François-Xavier Féron, researcher associated with the Analysis and Musical Practice team (Ircam)
The piece Iter memor will be played in its entirety after the talk by Hélène Latour, cellist and François-Xavier Féron, electro-acoustic diffusion.

15h05 Realism, novel phenomena and continuity: on the piece Mutations and the early scientific studies of Jean-Claude Risset (1964-1969)
Anne Veitl, researcher

15h30 The relationship between art and science in the early works of Peter Eötvös
Bálint Veres, University of the Arts ‘Moholy - Nagy’, Budapest (Hungary)

16h Final discussion, round table

Moderator: Philippe Lalitte

Musical interlude
10h50 Jean-Claude Risset Resonant
Soundscapes: 4/ Reverberating; 5/ Bells, horns (trompes)
15h55 Peter Eötvös Cadenza, Aurore Rivals, flute

18h30 Concert
Paris Conservatory | Salle Emmanuel

Peter Eötvös
Georges Bériachvili, piano

Jean-Claude Risset
Nature against nature
Four rhythmic exercises, for percussionist and media fixed sounds
Thierry Miroglio, percussion

Peter Eötvös
Thierry Miroglio, timpanum

François-Bernard Mâche
Nocturne for piano and recorded sounds
Georges Bériachvili, piano
Partnership Cdmc – Université de Strasbourg Labex GREAM – Hungarian Institute in Paris – Institut Universitaire de France