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Composer: Murail, Tristan (b. 1947)

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Year of birth1947
NationalityFrance
PeriodContemporary
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VeniceEnsemble Cairn

La Biennale di Venezia
Murail, Combier
Guillaume Bourgogne; Ensemble Cairn
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Queyras in a masterly display of the familiar and the unfamiliar

Jean-Guihen Queyras © Marco Borggreve
The Canadian-born Frenchman is known for his boldness in programming, often presenting both the timely and the timeless in a single offering.
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Murail to Mahler: A concert of firsts from the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Oramo

Saturday saw the BBC Symphony Orchestra open their 2013/14 season with an evening of firsts. Not only was this Sakari Oramo’s first Barbican season concert as Chief Conductor, but the programme placed a première by leading “spectral” composer Tristan Murail alongside Shostakovich’s First Piano Concerto and Mahler’s First Symphony.
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Messiaen, Mozart and Murail offer a kaleidoscope of colors and sounds at the New York Philharmonic

“Synesthesia” is a neurological condition that causes an involuntary sensory experience to be provoked from an initial stimulation of a different sensory or cognitive pathway – for instance, automatically associating colors with numbers, letters, or sounds. Olivier Messiaen, a 20th-century French composer, organist, and ornithologist, “heard” colors in all music, whether tonal, modal, or serial.
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Jean-Paul Gasparian, du chant debussyste aux pièges de Chopin

Jean-Paul Gasparian © Pierre-Anthony Allard
Jean-Paul Gasparian livre un récital qui montre une approche pianistique des plus fines. Excellent dans une première partie Debussy-Murail-Messiaen, le musicien montre quelques difficultés dans Chopin ensuite.
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