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Œuvres pour violoncelle (Intégrale)

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Œuvres pour violoncelle (Intégrale)

Alexis Descharmes

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1
Petals (pour violoncelle et dispositif électroacoustique)
00:10:42

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

2
Oi Kuu (pour clarinette basse et violoncelle)
00:06:23

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Nicolas Baldeyrou, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

3
Spins and Spells (Pour violoncelle seul)
00:05:41

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

4
Mirrors (pour flûte et violoncelle)
00:03:11

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Jérémie Fèvre, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

5
Sept papillons: Papillons I (Pour violoncelle seul)
00:01:24

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

6
Sept papillons: Papillons II (Pour violoncelle seul)
00:01:27

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

7
Sept papillons: Papillons III (Pour violoncelle seul)
00:01:31

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

8
Sept papillons: Papillons IV (Pour violoncelle seul)
00:02:03

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

9
Sept papillons: Papillons V (Pour violoncelle seul)
00:01:28

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

10
Sept papillons: Papillons VI (Pour violoncelle seul)
00:02:08

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

11
Sept papillons: Papillons VII (Pour violoncelle seul)
00:01:05

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

12
Près: I (pour violoncelle et dispositif électroacoustique)
00:06:40

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

13
Près: II (pour violoncelle et dispositif électroacoustique)
00:03:05

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

14
Près: III (pour violoncelle et dispositif électroacoustique)
00:09:15

Alexis Descharmes, Performer - Kaija Saariaho, Composer

Aeon Aeon

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