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TACET Part Two, a musical experience between heterotopy and heterochrony continues he experience of the first module developed in 2018 with the De Caelis ensemble. This auditory invitation associates heterotopic in situ and ex situ places, and alternates artistic and technological gestures in heterochronic timeshifts. By their multiplicity, the spatiotemporal cuts create the conditions of a fictional environment.
usicians’ practices derived from the medieval repertoire become confrontation, alternation and creation. They extend to a larger corpus, especially with Jonathan Bell’s compositions, which propose to the audience a new way of listening that corresponds to the transitions of phases of musical history.
conception, research, clavicytherium, organetto: Julien Ferrando (Scientific Direction (UMR PRISM 7061)
composition / editing / Maxmsp: Jonathan Bell
counter-tenor: Tom Mebarki
singing: Laurence Brisset, Estelle Nadau, Caroline Tarrit, Eugénie De Mey (De Caelis Ensemble)