Notice - Asymétriades, pour contrebasse et ensemble

Asymétriades s'inspire de l'univers poétique de Stanislaw Lem, dans son roman Solaris; :
“The symmetriads - to continue using the terminology and definitions of the Giese school - are the least 'human'formations, which is to say that they bear no resemblance whatsoever to anything on Earth. By the time, the symmetriads were being investigated, it was already clear that the ocean was not aggressive, and that its plasmatic eddies would not swallow any but the most foolhardy explorer (of course I am not including accidents resulting from mechanical failures). It is possible to fly in complete safety from one part to another of the cylindrical body of an extensor, or of the vertebrids, Jacob's ladders oscillating among the clouds: the plasma retreats at the speed of sound in the planet's atmosphere to make way for any foreign body."

Stanislaw Lem, Solaris

Création : 29/11/2014 - Nice, Festival Manca, Opéra Nice Côte d'Azur - Nicolas Crosse (contrebasse), Ensemble intercontemporain, Robin Meier (Réalisation Informatique Musicale CIRM), Bruno Mantovani (direction)
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