At a Glance Reviews

George Zahora, Splendid E-Zine, November 8, 1999

Roxanne Turcotte spins an impressionistic love story with voices, sound effects, samples and rhythms, based upon Roland Barthes’s book A Lover’s Discourse. Newcomers to electroacoustic music may find Amore particularly appealing; it uses many identifiable, untreated “real world” sounds and employs a more structured, linear narrative than other empreintes DIGITALes releases, grounding even its most experimental moments in comforting familiarity. It’s still a lot of fun—especially the conversational T’es le fun téléphone.

… an impressionistic love story with voices, sound effects, samples and rhythms…