Claude Vivier, who studied under Stockhausen for two years, began his journey in music magnetized by Eastern and Balinese music.
Following the footsteps of an imaginary Marco Polo (Paramirabo, Shiraz, Kopernikus, Prologue for a Marco Polo) his works invent a unique vocality and heterophony. Two young Japanese composers, Dai Fujikura and Misato Mochizuki, close to the Western musical approach, arrive to refute any assigned ancestry. There is no starting point except the invented.
|Exotica: Toward the Orient I | Saturday, June 9, 2007|
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