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The liberty / liberties playlist (2015-2020)

The liberty / liberties playlist (2015-2020) by Christophe Gervot buy album

Christophe Gervot

Label: Unreleased so far
Released: 2020
Duration: 01:48:43
Views: 191

Track Listing

Explicit From and to without (Etude en TER, 1); Mister Will Might May (2015-2020); White noise eclipsing piano (2015-2020); Went to outskirts (2015-2020); True colours 'From and to without'; Rightward free colours From and to without; Rightward free colours From and to without (NB); Left located free red From and to without; Shiny coulor 'I asked for mercy'; The drawer's point of view 'I asked for mercy'; Black and white 'I asked for mercy'; Enough is enough is enough is enough.; Enough is enough is enough is enough. ( NB ); The drawer's point of view, 2 (short version); Love born friends; Love born friends, 2

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Album Description

As a composer, I use computer assisted composition from instrumental improvisations. This album is mainly made of compositions I made for a Mooc (Massive Open Online Course) from University Paris Lumières, in 2020, entiltled 'La musique au-delà du numérique' ( / 'Music beyond digital').


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