Three substantial pieces by Luc Ferrari, with solo works of Brunhild Ferrari.
These two volumes are being released together and simultaneously, as a sign of continuation.
For Luc Ferrari, this is the first full-length CD to come out after the trilogy developed with him Les anecdotiques (2002), a fifteen-part suite, Son Mémorisé (1976-2002) and Didascalies (2007).
What we have here is three substantial pieces: Programme commun pour clavecin et bande magnétique (1972)
performed by Elisabeth Chojnacka, Didascalies 2 (1993) performed by Jean-Philippe Collard-Neven, Claude Berset, and Vincent Royer (in 2009), and another previously unreleased piece that he held dear: Les émois d'Aphrodite (1986-1998), performed by San Francisco's MC Band under his direction.
Released for the first time, the solo works of Brunhild Ferrari: Derivatif (2008), Brumes du reveil (2009), Tranquilles Impatiences (2010) forming a trilogy on reconstruction from a memory that is still quite alive. These works are new bricks in the erection of a liberating oeuvre.
A pioneer of musique concrète at the beginning of the Groupe de Recherche Musicales in Paris (GRM), Luc Ferrari (1929-2005) is one of the most important and intriguing figures of the last forty years.
See also Jacqueline Caux: Almost Nothing with Luc Ferrari