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Lin-Ni Liao
One bird, one tree…
2017

erhu, accordion & piano
10'

18 pages
35*27 cm
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« Through silence, the world can be explained in a different way. »
« À travers le silence, on peut expliquer le monde d'une autre manière. »
Lin-Ni Liao
Description
fr

Inspired by the book 'The Gorgeous nothings' (New York, Ed. Christine Burgin / New Directions, 2013) which contains the manuscript fragments of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886), Liao Lin-Ni continues her work in the spatialization of sound that she began in the ensemble piece 'To light, and then return' (2015), and 'Look back on time with kindly eyes…' (2017). Through the timbre of music, she finds and reveals the dimensions of light and shadow in Dickinson's world, defined by nature and the depth of human tenderness.

• Commissioned by Radio France for Alla Breve (Création Mondiale)
• Premiered and recorded by Wang Ying-Chieh (erhu), Fanny Vicens (accordion) & Wilhem Latchoumia (piano) at Radio France, on November 14th 2017
• Dedicated to Anne Montaron
• Commande Radio France pour l'émission Alla Breve (Création Mondiale)
• Création et enregistrement par Wang Ying-Chieh (erhu), Fanny Vicens (accordéon) & Wilhem Latchoumia (piano) à Radio France, le 14 novembre 2017
• Dédiée à Anne Montaron

Credits

  • Edited by Misael Gauchat
  • Notice layout: Maxime Barthélemy
  • Proofreading: LIAO Lin-Ni
© C. Peillon

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Lin-Ni Liao
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Free and discrete, Lin-Ni Liao grasps the gesture of the instrumental from a poetic perspective. Her unique sensitivity guides her through a world of shadow and light.

Find a selection of her works at Maison ONA.
Libre et discrète, LIAO Lin-Ni appréhende le geste instrumental sous un angle poétique. Sa sensibilité la guide dans un monde fait d’ombre et de lumière.

Retrouvez chez Maison ONA une sélection de ses œuvres.