An ear to my musical endeavors
It is almost midnight - December 31, 2022. Four friends enter an empty church. Sacred walls surround. There is no plan, there has been no practice. They have never played together before. Some have hardly ever played at all.
Without a word, the organ lays a solemn foundation.
The soulful resonance of the cello weaves a stirring melody.
The haunting voice casts an enchanting ambient spell on all who listen.
The cosmic embrace of the analog synths transport you to another world.
A fleeting moment of harmonic splendor, united in the space under hallowed arches.
Goodbye to the year.
Created for a dance performance at the Regional Conservatory of Annecy, Vers l'Oblivion is an innovative musical remix that brings together the timeless compositions of Maurice Ravel's Boléro and Camille Saint-Saëns's The Swan. Inspired by the intricate workings of brain synapses and the enchanting nature of memory, this remix explores the interplay between the two pieces, creating a unique and thought-provoking musical experience.
In the solemn atmosphere of an Easter processional, the air is filled with a sense of anticipation and reverence. As the congregation gathers, a haunting and triumphant pipe organ improvisation unfolds, enveloping the sacred space in a cascade of sonic emotions. The improvisation is centered around the hymn "O filii o filiae," serving as a musical journey that resonates with the depths of human spirituality and the joyous celebration of resurrection.
Recorded live at the Saint-Michel church in Chamonix-Mont-Blanc during the Easter Sunday evening service in 2021.
Interpretation of Fabrice Perrier's "Variations on O Filii et Filiae," the 15th-century French hymn.
Recorded live during the 2021 Easter Sunday mass at Eglise Saint Michel in Chamonix. This prelude was played before the mass as parishioners were taking their seats. The track "All is Accomplished" immediately follows this prelude as the Easter Procession begins.