2es Rencontres internationales de jeunes compositeurs de musique acousmatique (CD) Track listing detail

Faux mouvement

Bruno Bocca

  • Year of composition: 1989
  • Duration: 15:47
  • Instrumentation: fixed medium


Stephan Dunkelman

  • Year of composition: 1991
  • Duration: 8:27
  • Instrumentation: stereo fixed medium
  • Publisher(s): Ymx média
  • ISWC: T0037123968

Discover all that in you trembles.
Scoff at all that slips away.
Dive in, knowing failure is certain.
Awake to yourself less cold.

Discover all that trembles in you.
Ridicule all that eludes you.
Leap, knowing you’ll fail.
Come alive to yourself less cold.

I have attempted to produce two ways of playing sonic elements (striking and rubbing) and of disseminating them (trajectories in the width and the depth of the stereophonic field), associating each with a specific type of trajectory and establishing their breaking points and harmonic angles through modulation.

[English translation: Tom Carter]

Signallures was realized in 1991 at the studios of Musiques & Recherches (Ohain, Belgium) and premiered in April 1991 as part of the SEM (Studio voor Experimentele Musiek) concert (Antwerp, Belgium). Signallures was a finalist in the Luigi Russolo International Competition (Varese, Italy, 1991). It was recorded in 1996, on the disc Acousmatica, “2e Rencontres internationales de jeunes compositeurs de musique acousmatique,” Acousma (CD 1296).


  • April 1991, Concert, Antwerp (Belgium)

Touch the headache of the outside of my inside

Kemal Günüç

  • Duration: 7:44
  • Instrumentation: fixed medium

C’est cassé à l’intérieur

Francis Larvor

  • Year of composition: 1990
  • Duration: 8:05
  • Instrumentation: fixed medium


Pete Stollery

  • Year of composition: 1994
  • Duration: 9:42
  • Instrumentation: stereo fixed medium
  • Publisher(s): Ymx média
  • ISWC: T0103463702

“An archetypal phrase; falling melodic contour, slow movement through the harmonic spectrum. Created from an apparently simple feedback loop, this archetype is explored in a kaleidoscope of extended phrases, sometimes fading away, sometimes abruptly interrupted, sometimes gradually disintegrating into constituent parts, always concerned with gradual evolution and changes of state.” — Simon Atkinson

Shioum was realized in the autumn of 1994 at the Electroacoustic Music Studios of the University of Birmingham (UK) and the studios of Northern College (Aberdeen, Scotland) and premiered on December 4, 1994 at the Midlands Arts Centre (Birmingham, UK).


  • December 4, 1994, Rumours… 94: Concert 1, Foyle Studio — Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham (England, UK)