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Label & Cat.Number: France Culture CL010
Release Year: 2004
Note: the member of PALO ALTO in collaboration with the famous French 'post-exotic' Science-Fiction writer ANTOINE VOLODINE, in order to create a new form of opera, where musical & narrative elements merge; "a musical transposition of a paranoid world in which politic, totalitarism and psychiatric are confronted to a dark, troubled, sensual and shamanic richly orchestrated music"
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More Info"Denis Frajerman is a member of the French cult band Palo Alto and has released several successful and great albums under his own name (like the fantastic Suite Volodine and Maccau Peplum). Antoine Volodine is the well known French “post-exotic” science fiction writer which has received many prices and elogious reviews in both mainstream and underground audience. He’s released recently his 15th’s book Songes de Mevlido. Vociférations pretend to be an opera, but a new form of post-exotic opera, an opera without real singers, built around different scenes, and on which music and the writer’s voice are strongly linked. This new collaboration between Antoine Volodine and Denis Frajerman is a musical transposition of a paranoid world in which politic, totalitarism and psychiatric are confronted to a dark, troubled, sensual and shamanic richly orchestrated music (many musicians which are playing strings, percussions, sax, keyboards…). If you like the early Palo Alto’s albums, the experimental side of Tuxedomoon, and most generally original “new music”, this album is without any doubt for you! Vociférations is a command and is supported by the French national radio France Culture." [label info]
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