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Les ombres du Fantôme" presents a captivating exploration of Gaston Leroux's timeless novel "Le Fantôme de l'Opéra" (1910) through fourteen evocative improvisations. Recorded in July 2021 using the majestic organs of Coventry and Arundel Cathedrals, accompanied by soprano voice and saxophone/bass clarinet, these improvisations delve deep into the narrative, themes, characters, and events of Leroux's masterpiece. Employing an inventive musical language and leveraging the unique acoustics of these historic buildings, "Les ombres du Fantôme" transcends the physical realm, delivering a dynamic spectralism that immerses listeners in a sonic journey enhanced and extended through retrospective electronic augmentations. Each improvisation within this collection acts as a thematic shadow, weaving a meta-narrative of Leroux's iconic tale. Drawing inspiration from previous works, including an improvisation for a film scene and music composed for a podcast, the album intricately captures the essence of the novel, from the haunting presence of the Phantom to Christine's desires and fears. Through the interplay of organ, soprano, and woodwinds, the album evokes the supernatural allure and psychological depth of Leroux's narrative, offering a rich auditory experience that transcends traditional storytelling. The meticulous production process behind "Les ombres du Fantôme" combines traditional recording techniques with innovative digital manipulation, resulting in a mesmerizing blend of sonic textures and timbral variations. From the haunting echoes of cathedral spaces to the ethereal harmonies of spectral editing, each track resonates with a sense of mystery and intrigue, inviting listeners to immerse themselves in the timeless allure of Leroux's "Phantom of the Opera." "Les ombres du Fantôme" is more than just an album-it's a sonic exploration that transcends time and space, offering a captivating reinterpretation of a literary classic. Robert Sholl, a distinguished educator and scholar, teaches at The Royal Academy of Music and the University of West London. His expertise lies in twentieth-century music, improvisation to film, and live performance. Robert's recitals at prestigious venues and recordings of significant organ works demonstrate his profound musicality and scholarly contributions to the field. Justin Paterson is a respected Professor of Music Production at London College of Music, University of West London (UWL). His research spans multi-mic recordings, interactive music playback, and collaborations with leading industry partners such as the BBC and Sony Interactive Entertainment. Justin is also co-chair of the Innovation in Music conference series and serves as a consultant to RT Sixty Ltd for innovative music apps.
Les ombres du Fantôme" presents a captivating exploration of Gaston Leroux's timeless novel "Le Fantôme de l'Opéra" (1910) through fourteen evocative improvisations. Recorded in July 2021 using the majestic organs of Coventry and Arundel Cathedrals, accompanied by soprano voice and saxophone/bass clarinet, these improvisations delve deep into the narrative, themes, characters, and events of Leroux's masterpiece. Employing an inventive musical language and leveraging the unique acoustics of these historic buildings, "Les ombres du Fantôme" transcends the physical realm, delivering a dynamic spectralism that immerses listeners in a sonic journey enhanced and extended through retrospective electronic augmentations. Each improvisation within this collection acts as a thematic shadow, weaving a meta-narrative of Leroux's iconic tale. Drawing inspiration from previous works, including an improvisation for a film scene and music composed for a podcast, the album intricately captures the essence of the novel, from the haunting presence of the Phantom to Christine's desires and fears. Through the interplay of organ, soprano, and woodwinds, the album evokes the supernatural allure and psychological depth of Leroux's narrative, offering a rich auditory experience that transcends traditional storytelling. The meticulous production process behind "Les ombres du Fantôme" combines traditional recording techniques with innovative digital manipulation, resulting in a mesmerizing blend of sonic textures and timbral variations. From the haunting echoes of cathedral spaces to the ethereal harmonies of spectral editing, each track resonates with a sense of mystery and intrigue, inviting listeners to immerse themselves in the timeless allure of Leroux's "Phantom of the Opera." "Les ombres du Fantôme" is more than just an album-it's a sonic exploration that transcends time and space, offering a captivating reinterpretation of a literary classic. Robert Sholl, a distinguished educator and scholar, teaches at The Royal Academy of Music and the University of West London. His expertise lies in twentieth-century music, improvisation to film, and live performance. Robert's recitals at prestigious venues and recordings of significant organ works demonstrate his profound musicality and scholarly contributions to the field. Justin Paterson is a respected Professor of Music Production at London College of Music, University of West London (UWL). His research spans multi-mic recordings, interactive music playback, and collaborations with leading industry partners such as the BBC and Sony Interactive Entertainment. Justin is also co-chair of the Innovation in Music conference series and serves as a consultant to RT Sixty Ltd for innovative music apps.
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Justin Paterson  / Sholl,Robert - Les Ombres Du Fantome

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Label: METIER
Rel. Date: 05/10/2024
UPC: 809730710520

Les Ombres Du Fantome
Artist: Justin Paterson / Sholl,Robert
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Les ombres du Fantôme" presents a captivating exploration of Gaston Leroux's timeless novel "Le Fantôme de l'Opéra" (1910) through fourteen evocative improvisations. Recorded in July 2021 using the majestic organs of Coventry and Arundel Cathedrals, accompanied by soprano voice and saxophone/bass clarinet, these improvisations delve deep into the narrative, themes, characters, and events of Leroux's masterpiece. Employing an inventive musical language and leveraging the unique acoustics of these historic buildings, "Les ombres du Fantôme" transcends the physical realm, delivering a dynamic spectralism that immerses listeners in a sonic journey enhanced and extended through retrospective electronic augmentations. Each improvisation within this collection acts as a thematic shadow, weaving a meta-narrative of Leroux's iconic tale. Drawing inspiration from previous works, including an improvisation for a film scene and music composed for a podcast, the album intricately captures the essence of the novel, from the haunting presence of the Phantom to Christine's desires and fears. Through the interplay of organ, soprano, and woodwinds, the album evokes the supernatural allure and psychological depth of Leroux's narrative, offering a rich auditory experience that transcends traditional storytelling. The meticulous production process behind "Les ombres du Fantôme" combines traditional recording techniques with innovative digital manipulation, resulting in a mesmerizing blend of sonic textures and timbral variations. From the haunting echoes of cathedral spaces to the ethereal harmonies of spectral editing, each track resonates with a sense of mystery and intrigue, inviting listeners to immerse themselves in the timeless allure of Leroux's "Phantom of the Opera." "Les ombres du Fantôme" is more than just an album-it's a sonic exploration that transcends time and space, offering a captivating reinterpretation of a literary classic. Robert Sholl, a distinguished educator and scholar, teaches at The Royal Academy of Music and the University of West London. His expertise lies in twentieth-century music, improvisation to film, and live performance. Robert's recitals at prestigious venues and recordings of significant organ works demonstrate his profound musicality and scholarly contributions to the field. Justin Paterson is a respected Professor of Music Production at London College of Music, University of West London (UWL). His research spans multi-mic recordings, interactive music playback, and collaborations with leading industry partners such as the BBC and Sony Interactive Entertainment. Justin is also co-chair of the Innovation in Music conference series and serves as a consultant to RT Sixty Ltd for innovative music apps.
        
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