9 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With the influences of Philip Glass and Michael Nyman pulsating throughout, En Mouvement is an album of captivating simplicity, embellished with rich layers of instrumental and vocal colour. The bell-like tone of composer Angèle David-Guillou’s beloved German piano helps maintain the rhythmic perpetual motion that lies at the heart of her concept. And yet it also creates oases of calm—“Respiro” responds sleepily to the restlessness of “Vraisemblance”; “Exocet” counters the manic insistence of “Desert Stilts”. The piano has the last word in “Too Much Violence”, its final chord halting in mid-air.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

With the influences of Philip Glass and Michael Nyman pulsating throughout, En Mouvement is an album of captivating simplicity, embellished with rich layers of instrumental and vocal colour. The bell-like tone of composer Angèle David-Guillou’s beloved German piano helps maintain the rhythmic perpetual motion that lies at the heart of her concept. And yet it also creates oases of calm—“Respiro” responds sleepily to the restlessness of “Vraisemblance”; “Exocet” counters the manic insistence of “Desert Stilts”. The piano has the last word in “Too Much Violence”, its final chord halting in mid-air.

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