Le Village - Esoterre - Saison 1 - Épisode 1: Esoterre, Volume 1

Bragelonne

Découvrez chez Snark le thriller apocalyptique qui hantera vos nuits !

Arcames, petit village pittoresque et sans histoire... ou creuset d'une secte apocalyptique préparant l'indicible ?

Ici, l'on se tait, et l'étranger est suspect. Charles Dyer, arrivé au village sous couverture, à la recherche de la femme qu'il aime, disparue mystérieusement, n'hésitera pas à fouiller les zones d'ombres, quitte à réveiller de terrifiants et souterrains secrets.

Pourra-t-il compter sur l'aide des services de police judiciaire, ou ont-ils eux aussi des motivations inavouables ?

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Publisher
Bragelonne
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Published on
Aug 17, 2016
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Pages
100
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ISBN
9782820527110
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Language
French
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Genres
Fiction / Thrillers / General
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David Forrest
Coming to terms with Britten’s music is no easy task. The complex, often contradictory language associated with Britten’s style likely stems from his double interest in progressive composition and immediate connection with a broad, popular audience – an apparent paradox in the splintered musical culture of the 20th century – as well as from complicated truths in his own life, such as his love for a country that accepted neither his sexuality nor his politics. As a result, the attempt to describe his music can tell us as much about our own biases and the inadequacies of our analytic tools as it does about the music itself. Such audits of our scholarly language and strategies are vital in light of the still-murky view we have of twentieth century music. This opportunity for academic self-reflection is the reason Britten studies such as this book are so important. The essays included here challenge assumptions about musical constructs, relationships between text and music, and the influences of age, spirituality, and personal relationships on compositional technique.

Part One offers nine essays originally compiled for a symposium designed to recognize the composer’s unique and varied contributions to music. The authors include performers, musicologists, and music theorists, and their work will appeal to a wide diversity of readers. The topics and methodologies range from archival research and analysis of text and music to theoretical modelling using techniques such as set theory, metric theory, and prolongation. While the papers were initially conceived in isolation from one another, the collaborative focus of the symposium created opportunities for authors to expose points of intersection. This deliberate reconciliation of lines of inquiry has yielded a more balanced and unified collection of essays than typically found in a simple record of proceedings. Furthermore, the chapters presented here benefit from the wealth of Britten research produced since the 2013 centenary.

Part Two provides an account of the symposium performances and lecture recitals that accompanied and enriched the academic presentations. The reader will encounter fully the journey taken by symposium presenters, participants, and attendees by reviewing the concerts, lecture recitals, and papers in the context of the full symposium program.

Roland Billen
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