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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Rens, Jean-Marie: Chatakopéranvalnoutsu (Voona) 

 

 

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  • Program notes: 

    The odd title of the piece just corresponds to the last word of the text, written by Arnould Massart.  Two of the orgininal five texts in the “lettrist idiom” were selected by the composer: “Palembleau” and “Voona” (which is the piece featured here).  The semantics are absent here, though according to Isidore Isou, the founder of this artistic movement, it is always possible to find a meaning for these “words”.

    This piece is the most developed one of the two, in which the composer sees nostalgia for a lost love. In this long call full of nostalgia and hope, two realms are confronted with each other, until the page is definitely turn the page with … Chatakopéranvalnoutsu !

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Instruments

Total number of musicians: 
8
Musicians
Soprano(s)
3
Alto(s)
2
Tenor(s)
1
Bariton(s)
1
Bass(es)
1

 

 

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