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Pour une approche heuristique du son d'or de Charlemagne Palestine : la reconstuction de Schlingen-Blängen

Abstract : The music of Charlemagne Palestine seems to transcend both american and european musical mouvements of the twentieth and twentieth-first centuries. His approach of drone music finds its origins in his early years when he would participate in synanogue choirs, singing lamentations, as well as in his young adult years when he would work as a bell ringer in the church of Saint-Thomas in Manhattan. Later on, his experimental post-Cage music approach and his vocal studies of Hindustani music, all gave birth to a body of work that oscillates between music, installation and performance, not without recalling in various ways certain european avant-garde musical esthetics. The present doctoral thesis aims to study the piece "Schlingen-Blängen" for organ, via a musical heuristics approach, in order to apprehend the pursuit of the "golden sound" in the oeuvre of the New-York contemporary artist, based in Brussels.
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Francois Ella-Meye. Pour une approche heuristique du son d'or de Charlemagne Palestine : la reconstuction de Schlingen-Blängen. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université Charles de Gaulle - Lille III, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017LIL30001⟩. ⟨tel-01614717⟩

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