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VERSCHUEREN, B.: Catalogue de plantes

VERSCHUEREN, B.: Catalogue de plantes

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

na Not Applicable

Soloist

Record Label
Fuga Libera

Genre:

Nature Sounds


Classical

Total Time - 65:47
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BOB VERSCHUEREN

     
1 

Artichaut (Cynara scolymus)

3:02
     
2 

Bambou (Phyllostachys)

1:32
     
3 

Bananier (Musa)

6:39
     
4 

Carex (Carex)

3:10
     
5 

Carotte (Daucus carotta)

1:22
     
6 

Celeri (Apium graveolens)

8:06
     
7 

Chou (Brassica oleracea var. capitata)

3:00
     
8 

Duo d'epinettes (Picea glauca)

4:35
     
9 

Frene (Fraxinus)

3:54
     
10 

Mais (Zea mays)

8:11
     
11 

Petasite (Petasites)

3:05
     
12 

Pin Lodgepole I (Pinus concorta)

2:01
     
13 

Pin Lodgepole II (Pinus concorta)

1:18
     
14 

Poireau (Allium porrum)

4:11
     
15 

Rose (Rosa)

7:36
     
16 

Roseau (Phragmites communis)

4:05
     
 na Not Applicable Soloist


 The sculptor Bob Verschueren, besides his work of vegetable sculpture that puts him at the forefront of the news (with several important exhibitions in Belgium and in Europe as well as a monograph by publisher Mardaga), has developed over the last fifteen years an interesting concept to mix the vegetal and musical worlds in an innovative way. Each piece on this record concerns one vegetable species from which the composer/interpreter derives range of untreated sounds that he arranges into compositions. They have been realized with the support of the Banff Centre (Canada) and of the Centre de Recherche et de Formation Musicale de Wallonie. 

 
The technique consists of a series of "microscopic" sound recordings next to the object that allows the artist to take out unexpected sounds while manipulating various vegetables. The organisation of these records gives birth to real soundboards, in which the listener is invited to dive at will...
 
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