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Among the elements that create the originality of his language, one should notice a cyristian 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.
Musical director of the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine from tohe also taught analysis at the Bordeaux Conservatory. Biographies Forty Components The Composer at work. As an entry point for web resources, its aim is to present at least a succinct biography of a composer as well as links to the Cdmc’s own information resources: Michel Portal, Richard Ducros. Documentation available at Cdmc. Musique et musiciens en Aquitaine. Born between Retrieved from ” https: Like his model Ligeti he seeks a synthesis of styles.
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Bordeaux Culture October pp. Christian Lauba born 26 July is a Tunisian born French composer and teacher, especially noted xhristian his compositions for saxophone. It was here that he composed pieces that had extended techniques for the saxophone including slap tonguingcircular breathingmultiphonicsand the altissimo register.
The Cambridge Companion to the Saxophone. 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.
The rhythms, but also the choice of intervals, came to him in great measure from North Africa. For Lauba, the compositional act must not be afraid of paying attention to the most diverse sources. Early in his compositional career, he also worked with saxophonist Jean-Marie Londeix. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This in no way prevents him from cultivating this or that repertory in particular.
Launched online inthe composer biography database is in continuous development. France, Marseille, Friche la Jungpe de mai.
This page was last edited on 26 Novemberat Striving to reconnect with the melodic line, he claims to be close to the French tradition, with its clarity and its colours.
Brasil sem fim is an example, one in which the composer uses genuine rhythms from Brazil and denounces what he considers to be branches of minimalism.
Cdmc resources Listen to extracts of works. Cambridge University Press p. Morphing ” Archived at the Wayback Machine.
Views Read Edit View history. Divided between North Africa and Martinique, the first 18 years of his life greatly contributed to fashioning his musical language. This latter formed the main part of his aural environment, within which he found matter for nurturing his composition.
Roncorp Publications p. Growing up in an environment of Arab, European, Jewish and American music, he chriwtian a close acquaintance with the traditional repertory. Lauba was born in Sfax, Tunisia. Show only female composers.
Search for a composer. Lauba, Christian in French. To understand the instrument, to invent a junble language for it: From toLauba was artistic director of the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine and from toalso its music director.
Composer of contemporary classical music. If there is one art, finally, with which Lauba likes to get to grips, it is that of stylistic synthesis. He chaired the jury of the Gaudeamus International Composers Award in Opera Garonne, oratorio Marchands de sable et de vagues — Marco Polo, music for orchestra Hoggar, for ensemble Rytand for chamber groups Morphing, the solo repertory Awabi, for flute,