Électro clips (CD) Les oiseaux de Bullion

Les oiseaux de Bullion

Claude Schryer

  • Year of composition: 1990
  • Duration: 3:02
  • Instrumentation: stereo fixed medium

Stereo

ISRC CAD509612820

  • 44,1 kHz, 16 bits

Les oiseaux de Bullion (de Bullion’s Birds) is an ecological sound diptych inspired by the concept of sound pollution and the rediscovery of a quality of “clear listening” proposed by the World Soundscape Project. In this clip, I have resisted ‘processing’ the material aside from the equalization, editing and mixing of natural sounds. I have explored the ‘sonic imprint’ of my immediate living environment: ‘songs’ from finches-in-a-cage accompanied by trucks from Waldman fish store in Montréal and a ‘song’ from a train reverberating in the Bow Valley in Banff National Park (Alberta).

Claude Schryer [xi-90]


Premiere

  • November 2, 1990, Montréal musiques actuelles / New Music America, Acousmonium: Concert 6: Électro clips, Théâtre Les Loges, Montréal (Québec)

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