This page gathers several musical creations, live pieces as Core or To Agrippine, sound captations of installations which gives an important role to the sound and music as The Nibelungen Treasure, Ce qui nous regarde, Outside Lectures, Frost, Siren, and at least musics composed for feature films, visual arts or performing arts, as Sweetest Love, The Screens or Architecture of Paradise. The page will be completed progressively with musical and sound archives. The titles with links refer to specific work pages on this site.
Ce qui nous regarde, 2005
Sound captation of the interactive installation
Ensemble of 6 electric guitars, 6 violins, 6 violas and 4 cellos generated in real time by the presence and movements of the spectators in the installation’s room. Excerpt:
To Agrippine, 2004
Electronique live. With the voices of Hiromi Asaï et Véronique Gens. Excerpt:
Ping-Pong, 2003, with Juliette Fontaine
Tokyo Fishmarket, 2002
A “ready-mix” journey in the Tokyo fish market: the movements in space generate the piece.
Electronic live piece, with the voice of Alyson Wishnouvsky. Excerpts:
Architecture of Paradise, 2000
Created for an installation by Marie Sester.
Performers: Armelle Orieux (mezzo-soprano) Laura Gordiani (alto), Vanda Benes and Lyndee Mah (spoken voices). Excerpts:
The Nibelungen Treasure, 2000
Interactive musical piece genetared by the movements of the spectators in a virtual space.
Performers: Armelle Orieux (soprano), Laura Gordiani (alto), Jean-François Chiama (tenor), Eric Guillermin (bass). Excerpts:
Nuages de Mars, 1998
Visite du soir espoir, 1993
Four guitars and electric bass. For the short film Visite du Soir Espoir by Anne Théron.
Le Poids de la tête, 1988
Four guitars and electric bass, percussions, electronics, with the voice of Dominique Ros de la Grange
Duo des Fleurs, 1986
Four guitars and prepared electric bass
Les Chaises, musical creation for a theater show, 2003
L’Onde Sonore, musical creation for the millenium ceremonies in Paris, 2000
Cinema trailer of Rezo Films, 1993 :