Perfumers and musicians use a similar language. They speak of chords, of notes, of harmony. When their are gone, nothing is left but a vanishing remembrance, which can reappear at certain moments. Michel Godard and Ursula S. Yeo present a dialogue between sound and fragrance. The perfumer creates her "chords“ according to the original compositions. Her perfumes are spread out during the concert. The compositions leave a lot of space for improvisation and give the musicians the possibility to respond to the perfumes within their performance.
Ancient music and contemporary music, instruments of the 17th century and modern ones, natural fragrances from past and present—dreams of timelessness.