Jocelyn Robert | Immobile

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by Jocelyn Robert

Immobile is the second part of the new Disklavier Piano project from Jocelyn Robert. The first part —called, as you have guessed, Mobile— was released last December. Together, they form the much awaited follow-up from his earlier piano explorations.
Genre: Avant Garde: Classical Avant-Garde
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1. Bolerun 1
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2. Für Louisa
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3. Für Eli
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4. Bolerun 2
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Jocelyn Robert has been writing for the Disklavier Piano since 1992. His first published work was "Le PIano Flou", a double-cd set, based on the principle of inaccuracies and singularities as qualities in music. This publication led to several concert appearances, notably at the Glenn Gould Conference in Toronto, at the New Media Festival in Vancouver, and at Wesleyan University. There were a number of other cds from Robert since then, either in solo or in collaboration with such artists as Laetitia Sonami, Louis Ouellet or Eric Gagnon, but the "Mobile / Immobile" pair of cds is only his second Disklavier solo project to be published. The whole project started from reflexions on the hard to define dual concept of Mobility/Immobility, and its possible consequences on music composition. Formal inventions, sound moires, historical detournement ... and more.



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