Here is a perfect opportunity to celebrate a double anniversary, firstly the 60th birthday of composer Claude Ledoux, and secondly the 30th anniversary of Cypres! This album offers us a selection of works composed between 1994 and 2017 and chosen from a large catalogue of piano pieces. The Japanese e-mails, which give this release it's title, are a message of resistance to the watchword that is ours today: e-mail. Resistance to this fast, frenetic communication, always with the hope of a reply within minutes. These meticulously crafted pieces propose to rediscover the slowness of the written letter, designed to dilate our time as hurried men.
Here is a perfect opportunity to celebrate a double anniversary, firstly the 60th birthday of composer Claude Ledoux, and secondly the 30th anniversary of Cypres! This album offers us a selection of works composed between 1994 and 2017 and chosen from a large catalogue of piano pieces. The Japanese e-mails, which give this release it's title, are a message of resistance to the watchword that is ours today: e-mail. Resistance to this fast, frenetic communication, always with the hope of a reply within minutes. These meticulously crafted pieces propose to rediscover the slowness of the written letter, designed to dilate our time as hurried men.
5412217086138

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Format: CD
Label: Cypres
Rel. Date: 10/08/2021
UPC: 5412217086138

Japanese E-Mails
Artist: Ledoux / Momitani
Format: CD
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Here is a perfect opportunity to celebrate a double anniversary, firstly the 60th birthday of composer Claude Ledoux, and secondly the 30th anniversary of Cypres! This album offers us a selection of works composed between 1994 and 2017 and chosen from a large catalogue of piano pieces. The Japanese e-mails, which give this release it's title, are a message of resistance to the watchword that is ours today: e-mail. Resistance to this fast, frenetic communication, always with the hope of a reply within minutes. These meticulously crafted pieces propose to rediscover the slowness of the written letter, designed to dilate our time as hurried men.