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    Francois Bayle – Motion-Emotion

    July 12th, 2008

    Francois Bayle - Motion-Emotion

    The first EP-length entry in the Cycle Bayle Series is this 22-minute piece from 1985 in a nice digipak. “Can we hear the pure movement that rouses a sound being? Perceive this movement in its very purity? First, it is necessary to feel this being in its ‘beingness.’ A virtual immobility, a passive state—a simple dissipation; a smooth, irrational evaporation. Suddenly an idea emerges, fragile and bewildered. It is immediately recognizable thanks to its quivering motion; its pulsed irregularity; its excited, ignited state. The uneveness produced by its gentle convolutions communicates to the listener a constant prickliness that awakens a current of attention, a tension. The being’s inner propulsion is perceptible only on certain precise, well-proportioned conditions of disappearance and reappearance and of interplay involving rapid physiological rhythms as minute and unconscious as the blink of an eye. The intention inspiring the motion begins to become legible in the scrolls of calligraphy. What is the point of saying anything more? The being becomes a phenomenon. It grips me, becomes the fear I experience, the hunger I feel. I would like to understand its forms of love.”—François Bayle

    Label: INA-GRM Cycle Bayle Volume 11 Catalog Number: INA E 5009 CD Format: 2-CD Packaging: Digi-Pak Tracks: 1 Total Time: 22:01 Country: France Released: 1998 Related Artists: Luc Ferrari, Bernard Parmegiani, Pierre Schaeffer More: Electro CD, Forced Exposure, Official, Wikipedia