Where the aesthetics of the Erard 1806 originates in a romantic quest for an original sound

par | Jun 8, 2022 | 0 commentaires

Novalis wrote: "Sound seems to be nothing but a broken movement, in the sense that color is decomposed light." That music is thought of through an unattainable unconditionedness coincides precisely with technological innovations in the evolution of keyboards. In partnership with the association La Nouvelle Athènes Centre de pianos romantiques, Metaclassique receives and puts in dialogue the pianist Luca Montebugnoli on an Erard piano of 1806 and the Novalis specialist Olivier Schefer. Novalis added, "Like the sounds of the aeolian harp, objects must present themselves at once, without causality-without betraying their instrument. "Sound seems to be nothing but broken motion, in the sense that color is decomposed light."

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