“Bach meets Bladerunner” Jonatha Chance (https://twitter.com/JonathaChance)
A music I wrote for a play (Rictus) of my friend Grégoire Couette-Jourdain (director) : Nice memories (2004-2005)…
Complete score: To a dead friend- score
My new toy, a wonderful piece of software, where you can program algorithms, make music, assemble your score and print it ! Stronger than Max or Symbolic Composer ! https://opusmodus.com
Another composer, from Finland this time, with a beautiful piece for piano… there’s so many composers outside mainstream and musicologists “camarilla”… 🙂
One can really ask this question: it was in the fourties, and we can find repetitive patterns in this piece, new sound, really amazing… and so far from the average avant-garde silly stuff…
Two new things to discover… A wonderful string quartet by american composer Bryce Dessner, performed by the Kronos Quartet: http://www.npr.org/sections/deceptivecadence/2013/09/17/223455664/first-watch-kronos-quartet-plays-music-by-the-nationals-bryce-dessner And a wonderful soundtrack by Ryuichi Sakamoto (memories of my youth…), Avo Nato and Dessner for The revenant, on Apple Music.
A very interesting film about american avant-garde music, with especially Steve Reich’s point of view about atonal music… !