anouck genthon violon
Jacques Demierre and Anouck Genthon’s duo work is poetic and musical. They perform pieces influenced by European experimental sound poetry and by the vocal and instrumental poetic tuareg tradition.
Both voice and violin draw on the poetic expression of speech and on the sung poetry with the accompaniment of the anzad ( tuareg one string fiddle from the Niger).
Together they play a heterophonic soundscape of voice and strings, an intense and clear interweaving verbal and musical stuff, where sounds, breaths, frictions, silences, vowels and consonants trace their own way.
01 voyelles 08:19
02 umno(p) 06:02
03 homère 05:30
04 racines 06:28
05 septem 04:25
(confront collectors series ccs 88)
Recorded February 27, 2017 by Blaise Favre in Yverdon-Les-Bains, Switzerland.
Mixed and mastered by Blaise Favre at Vietnet Studio.
Original compositions by Demierre & Barras reworked by Demierre and Genthon.