Bernard Parmegiani - JazzEx
  Year :   1966
  Location :   France
  Worktype :   CD
  Materials:   -
  Info :   Label:FRACTAL (FRANCE) Catalog #: FRAC 028CD





 
Tape
Collage
Compositional_Function
  Work Details  
  This album is a collection of early works from the late 60s by the French electro-acoustic composer Bernard Parmegiani. Born in Paris (1927) and rich of a catalogue des oeuvres of more than 60 pieces, including classics such as Violistries 1965, La Roue Ferris 1971, Pour en finir avec le pouvoir d Orphée 1971/72, De Natura Sonorum 1974/75, the 4 pieces presented in this edition is a perfect exemple for discovering the unusual territories and the eclectism language of the composer : JazzEx for electronic tape and Jazz Quartet (Jean-Louis Chautemps : saxophone, Bernard Vitet : trompet, Charles Saudrais : drums, Gilbert Rovère : bass) create at the Festival de Royan in 1966. Pop Eclectic 1969, is an electro-acoustic divertimento composed for the Peter Foldés movie. Du pop à l âne 1969, is a collage plunderphonics work. And 'Et après' 1973, is an electronic tango featuring Michel Portal on bandoneon. The present version is unreleased and was recorded live at the Festival Manca in 1996. Liner notes by Jean-Louis Chautemps. This is a new edition of the long deleted Plate Lunch release, Pop'eclectic. Accessed 12.12.06 from http://www.forcedexposure.com/artists/parmegiani.bernard.html