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François Meïmoun : "La Danse, selon Matisse"

“Dance is central to my work as a composer,” says François Meïmoun. After La Danse de la terre et du ciel [Dance of Heaven and Earth] for orchestra, La Danse du Peyotl [Peyote Dance] and Hora [Time] for piano, La Danse selon Matisse [Dance according to Matisse] continues his exploration into musical gestures and energy fuelled by the spectacle of dancers in movement.

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Christian Rivet : "Quelque part dans l'inachevé"

"To polish, to transform, to transpose, and then transcribe these “jade stones” onto the score; support the shadow, the light and reflections… to create units, segments, lines both smooth and fractured to reveal figures, elsewhere almost invisible… an imaginary city…" 
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Attahir : "Swati'l Zaman"

Sawti’l Zaman (The Voices of the Past in Arabic) is inspired by a piece by Marin Marais (Badinage, extract from 4ème Livre pour viole seule [Jestering, 4th Book for Solo Viol]), discovered by Benjamin Attahir when he was a teenager in the film Tous les matins du monde [All the Mornings in the World]. 
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Attahir : "Adh Dhohr"

Adh Dhohr is the second of five pieces in a cycle that I wanted to undertake based on the Salah or rhythm of an ordinary Muslim. It’s the midday prayer, when the sun is at its zenith. 
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Edith Canat de Chizy : "En noir et or"

Faithful to his first love for the violin and strings in general, Edith Canat de Chizy composed her String Quartet No. 4 at the request of the "Echo" theaters, the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden and the Philharmonie de Paris “En noir et or”. A new opus directly inspired by James Whistler's eponymous canvas, between nocturnal shades and bursts of fireworks that were also commented by Debussy ... It is the Van Kuijk Quartet who will give the world premiere of this score on October 23 in Birmingham.

 
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Éric Tanguy, "Clarinet Concerto"

After two flute Concertos (1992-94) and an oboe Concertino (2003), at the soloist, Pierre Genisson’s request, Eric Tanguy has created a new concertante opus for clarinet. 
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François Meïmoun : "Le Chant de la Création"

A vast orchestral fresco, in three parts, instrumented for nearly one hundred musicians, the Chant de la création is an orchestral Concerto inspired by the Jewish religion, founded on a text attributed to King David.
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Edith Canat de Chizy : "Le Front de l'aube"

As part of the Centennial Mission 14-18, on the occasion of the centenary of the Battle of the Chemin des Dames, Edith Canat de Chizy will deliver a new seven-part Oratorio for solo baritone, children's choir and orchestra. A poignant work expressing the tragic destiny of the fighters, the rebellion of the mutineers and the dark memory of this reddened land of the Aisne Valley. A front line where more than 350,000 French and German fighters perished. On October 13th, a few kilometers from this sadly legendary ridge line, in the Cathedral of Laon, the first of this work will be given ...

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