- Year of composition: 2014
- Duration: 8:36
- Instrumentation: violin, cello and piano
- 96 kHz, 24 bits
Épanchements is first and foremost a work based on silence which aims to highlight the lyricism of noise. By drastically limiting the amount of sound information, it allows us to pay attention to details that would otherwise escape us: from the bow sounds to the room’s ambient noises, all these sonic artifacts are an integral part of the work, and differ with each performance, thus inviting the audience to change their listening perspective.
- 2021-03-30, Zachary Scholes • Concrete Sound Studio, Montréal (Québec)
- 2021-05-07 – 2021-10-21, Jean-François Blouin • Montréal (Québec)
- 2021-10-22, Guy Hébert • Matriçage Concrete Mastering, Montréal (Québec)