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Retrieved 6 December It was here that he composed pieces that had extended techniques for the saxophone including slap tonguingcircular breathingmultiphonicsand the altissimo register.
Early in his compositional career, he also worked with saxophonist Jean-Marie Londeix. Documentation chrkstian at Cdmc. Listen to extracts of works. La saison ” in French.
Cdmc resources Listen to extracts of works. Beyond his own experience, extra-European music Asiatic, African, etc. Among the elements that create the originality of his language, one should notice a propensity for a style that advances through synthesis while remaining open to different types of traditional music and a predilection for certain modes of play dynamics, tone-colours, attacks, rhythms.
Lauba, Christian in French. This latter formed the main part of his aural environment, within which he found matter for nurturing his composition. Michel Portal, Richard Ducros. Bordeaux Culture October pp.
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Biographies Forty Components The Composer at work. Morphing ” Archived christin the Wayback Machine. The Cambridge Companion to the Saxophone. Retrieved from ” https: Striving to reconnect with the melodic line, he claims to be close to the French tradition, with its clarity and its colours. Years spent in contact with different cultures have left their imprint on his works.
lauha Musical director of the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine from tofrequently invited to give master classes and lectures in Europe and elsewhere, he is the composer of a body of works that reveal his interest in the most varied of formations, from soloist to orchestra. Launched online inthe composer biography database is in continuous development.
Lauba was born in Sfax, Tunisia. Views Read Edit View history. For him, instrumental research is always of paramount interest. Divided between North Africa and Martinique, the first 18 years of his life greatly contributed to fashioning his musical language. Retrieved 5 December Born between Musical director of the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine from tohe also taught analysis at the Bordeaux Conservatory.
Christian Lauba born 26 July is a Tunisian born French composer and teacher, especially noted for his compositions for saxophone. For Lauba, the compositional act must vhristian be afraid of paying attention to the most diverse sources. His music junglee frequently played today and the composer has been on many residences with the Orchestre Symphonique de Mulhouse, in collaboration with La Filature,notably with festivals Musique sur Ciel, Semaines musicales de Quimper, etc. Roncorp Publications p.
From toLauba was artistic director of the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine and from toalso its music director.
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To understand the instrument, to invent a suitable language for it: Musique et musiciens en Aquitaine. The rhythms, but also the choice of intervals, came to him in great measure from North Africa.
Like his model Ligeti he seeks a synthesis of styles. Search for a composer.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Growing up in an environment of Arab, European, Jewish and American music, he gained a close acquaintance with the traditional repertory. He chaired the jury of the Gaudeamus International Composers Award in As an entry point for web resources, its aim is to present at least a succinct biography of a christixn as well as links to the Cdmc’s own information resources: His output consists of some 60 pieces including many commissions notably from the French state and from ensembles of contemporary music.
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