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Études (CD)

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Roger Tellier-Craig - Études (CD)
Four compositions by the electronic musician from Quebec, conceived during his studies at the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal, from 2017 to 2019.
This CD holds four new compositions conceived by Roger Tellier-Craig during his studies at the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal. Merging subject into object, opposing chance to narrative, putting source against sound. Tellier-Craig constructs and simultaneously questions the relation of composition and/as deconstruction. These pieces, or studies, are as much about organization as they are about irruption, or attention and idleness. Seeking to configure tensions through the use of differences, creating an extensive network of relationships between differing sonic phenomena. Time and sound coherent and in contrast in an acoustic space. But this goes beyond homage, and has nothing to do with electroacoustic nostalgia. These pieces carry a present day urgency. What does it mean to utilize, to arrange, to listen?
Roger Tellier-Craig is an electronic music composer from Quebec. He is a founding member of Fly Pan Am, Et Sans (with Alexandre St-Onge), Set Fire To Flames, Le Révélateur (with Sabrina Ratté), and Fousek / Hansen / Tellier-Craig. He has released records with Constellation, Locust, Alien 8, Fat Cat, Root Strata, Gneiss Things, NNA Tapes, Where To Now? and Dekorder. He has composed music for film and dance art projects, working with Denis Côté, Albéric Aurtenèche, Projet EVA, Lynda Gaudreau, as well as providing the score to most of Sabrina Ratté's video works. He has also worked closely with the choreographer Dana M. Gingras over the past 15 years. He holds a certificate in electroacoustic composition from the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal. His compositions Duelle and Nulle part à trouver have been awarded 3rd and 2nd prize in the Jeu de Temps/Times Play competition held by the Canadian Electroacoustic Community. Roger Tellier-Craig lives and works in Montreal.
 
published in March 2020
4 tracks (9'19 / 13'25' / 9'45 / 17'40)
 
14.00
 
in stock


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