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Pierre-Yves Macé: Segments et Apostilles

Album Summary

>Mace, Pierre-Yves : Segments et apostilles, for bass flute, harp, cello, cimbalom & tape
>Mace, Pierre-Yves : Qui-vive, for electronics
>Mace, Pierre-Yves : Glissement de terrain, for harp, vibraphone, piano, cello & double bass
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Born in France and based in Paris, Pierre-Yves Mace is a composer of great imagination and passion. His first recording, Faux-Jumeaux, was released on Tzadik in 2002 and he has since relased work on Sub Rosa and Orkhestra to great acclaim. This second CD for Tzadik is his most ambitious project to date and includes a piece that premiered at the prestigious Festival d'Automne in Paris. Standing at the nexus of contemporary classical, electro-acoustic composition and sound art, Pierre is an exciting new voice out of the French new music scene.



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>Pierre-Yves Macé (1980 - ) : Segments et apostilles, for bass flute, harp, cello, cimbalom & tape
  • Ensemble: L'Instant Donné
  • Running Time: 13 min. 43 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Pierre-Yves Macé (1980 - ) : Qui-vive, for electronics
  • Performer: Pierre-Yves Macé (Electronics)
  • Running Time: 11 min. 55 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2008

>Pierre-Yves Macé (1980 - ) : Glissement de terrain, for harp, vibraphone, piano, cello & double bass
  • Performers: Simon Drapper (Double Bass); Camille Giuglaris (Cello); Pierre-Yves Macé (Piano); Augustin Muller (Vibraphone); Rafaelle Rinaudo (Harp)
  • Running Time: 5 min. 36 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2007