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Philippe Manoury: questions of a composer, questions of composition
Tuesday 12 June 2012 - 10:00
Coordination Philippe Lalitte
At the cutting edge of research and innovation in both his instrumental or vocal works and his electronic music, Philippe Manoury is engaged with his time and probes it tirelessly.
His recourse to new technologies, the instrumental gesture and performance, the organisation of music in time, the relationship between writing and perception, the diffusion and the place of music in society are so many issues that underlie his works and permeate his writings.
This day study session, part of the festival ManiFeste-2012, will be the occasion for (re)reading the work of Philippe Manoury, and, more generally, considering the composition, the perception and the reception of his music, as well as the composer’s position with regard to scientific, social and cultural upheavals.
‘The works of Philippe Manoury’
10 h Virtual scores and new instrument building. Questions of performance in the electroacoustic works of Philippe Manoury
Frédéric Dufeu (Université Rennes 2)
10 h 20 Orchestras and digital orchestrations in Manoury
Alain Bonardi (Université Paris VIII)
10 h 40 The control of sound synthesis in the mixed pieces of Philippe Manoury
Laurent Pottier (Université J. Monnet, Saint-Étienne)
11 h Questions and discussion with Philippe Manoury
11 h 40 The metamorphoses of the musical material in Tensio by Philippe Manoury
Márta Grabócz (Université de Strasbourg)
12 h The natural voice and artificial vocality in the work of Philippe Manoury
Bruno Bossis (Université Rennes 2)
12 h 20 Hélène Pierrakos (musicologist) in dialogue with Philippe Manoury on his orchestral pieces (Sound and Fury, Synapse, Fragments pour un portrait)
12 h 40 Questions and discussion with Philippe Manoury
‘Creation, brain, society’
14 h 30 Dialogue Philippe Manoury / Philippe Lalitte, ‘The creative process’
15 h 30 Dialogue Philippe Manoury / Francesca Verunelli (composer)
Questions from Philippe Manoury to
16 h 15 Jean-Pierre Changeux (Emeritus Professor at the Institut Pasteur and the Collège de France) / Emmanuel Bigand (LEAD, Université de Bourgogne)
17 h Pierre-Michel Menger (CNRS, EHESS) / Stéphane Dorin (Université Paris VIII)
17 h 45 Round table with Emmanuel Bigand, Jean-Pierre Changeux, Stéphane Dorin, Philippe Lalitte, Pierre-Michel Menger, Francesca Verunelli
Moderation: morning, Philippe Lalitte (Université de Bourgogne), afternoon, Andrew Gerzso, (Ircam-Centre Pompidou)
Partnership Cdmc – Ircam Centre Pompidou — Université de Bourgogne, Centre Georges Chevrier (UMR CNRS 5605)
/// Admission free, reservation 01 47 15 49 86