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Julien Malaussena // Articulated Sound Energy LP

Julien Malaussena // Articulated Sound Energy LP

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メイン州のダブテクノ / 物音系レーベルenmossedの2021年3月リリースの新作は、日本でもコンサートの経験があるパリの現代音楽家Julien Malaussenaによる初となるレコードリリースです。13本のアルトサックスを使った楽曲など、コンサートのライブ録音を3つ収録。100部限定、DLコード付属。

二癖あるダンスミュージックを出版してきた本レーベルですが、このようなアカデミック寄りの作品も手掛け、ますます目が離せません。

Thirteen alto saxophones, performed by the 13 members of the student-collective Kug-Sax-Sippia in Graz, Austria, occupy the entire field of “Odd Music,” the first track on Julien Malaussena’s album Articulated Sound Energy. They operate like a single instrument—or organism—delivering serial, droning noir. The Paris-based composer has engaged deeply with the continental academic scene, studying composition and orchestration with various eminent teachers, including composer Jean Luc Hervé; but this album illustrates those ideas being worked on by a new generation of classical composers. Influenced by the organic sensuality of Chaya Czernowin and the unique points of musical departure explored by composer Pierluigi Billone, Malaussena’s scores proceed from the artist’s concept behind the title: the event of a physical, non-musical sound, which then gets articulated, or elaborated upon. This album contains recordings of three concerts, three distinct paths that this approach can take. On “Concerning articulated sound energy,” the kinetic philosophy results in an almost incomprehensible din far from standard chamber fare: sounds of stretched out balloons, lips puckering, and great, big wobblings. Indeed, rather than strict instrumentation, Malaussena’s compositions allow for chance, following in the footsteps of modern epistemes such as the Darmstadt School, while breaking new ground.

artist : Julien Malaussena

label : enmossed

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メイン州のダブテクノ / 物音系レーベルenmossedの2021年3月リリースの新作は、日本でもコンサートの経験があるパリの現代音楽家Julien Malaussenaによる初となるレコードリリースです。13本のアルトサックスを使った楽曲など、コンサートのライブ録音を3つ収録。100部限定、DLコード付属。

二癖あるダンスミュージックを出版してきた本レーベルですが、このようなアカデミック寄りの作品も手掛け、ますます目が離せません。

Thirteen alto saxophones, performed by the 13 members of the student-collective Kug-Sax-Sippia in Graz, Austria, occupy the entire field of “Odd Music,” the first track on Julien Malaussena’s album Articulated Sound Energy. They operate like a single instrument—or organism—delivering serial, droning noir. The Paris-based composer has engaged deeply with the continental academic scene, studying composition and orchestration with various eminent teachers, including composer Jean Luc Hervé; but this album illustrates those ideas being worked on by a new generation of classical composers. Influenced by the organic sensuality of Chaya Czernowin and the unique points of musical departure explored by composer Pierluigi Billone, Malaussena’s scores proceed from the artist’s concept behind the title: the event of a physical, non-musical sound, which then gets articulated, or elaborated upon. This album contains recordings of three concerts, three distinct paths that this approach can take. On “Concerning articulated sound energy,” the kinetic philosophy results in an almost incomprehensible din far from standard chamber fare: sounds of stretched out balloons, lips puckering, and great, big wobblings. Indeed, rather than strict instrumentation, Malaussena’s compositions allow for chance, following in the footsteps of modern epistemes such as the Darmstadt School, while breaking new ground.

artist : Julien Malaussena

label : enmossed