|1||Percussion - Resonance I||1:30|
|2||Percussion - Resonance II||1:42|
|3||Percussion - Resonance III||1:51|
|4||Percussion - Resonance IV||1:50|
|5||Percussion - Resonance V||2:36|
|6||Percussion - Resonance VI||2:24|
|7||Percussion - Resonance VII||1:30|
|8||Percussion - Resonance VIII||1:45|
|9||Percussion - Resonance IX||1:57|
|10||Percussion - Resonance X||2:02|
|11||Percussion - Resonance XI||2:49|
|12||Percussion - Resonance XII||1:29|
|13||Percussion - Resonance XIII||1:57|
|14||Percussion - Resonance XIV||3:17|
|15||Percussion - Resonance XV||1:42|
Alexandre Bazin's second album for Cassauna is a compelling minimal/experimental/electronic album consisting of one piece separated into several movements for the purpose of stronger narrative and aesthetic coherence. The album explores the concept of percussion and resonance through the spectrum of electronic frequencies and densities with a plunge into the sound.
Percussion-Resonance makes use of a new alphabet, a simple vocabulary in order to create innovative and personal music, with a clear and emotional subject. Structured architectural sequences give way to the experimental. Different climaxes punctuate the work in order to keep grabbing the listener’s attention.The record title tackles the theme of musique concrète developed by French composer Pierre Schaeffer as well a nod to Bernard Parmegiani’s De Natura Sonorum
Alexandre Bazin is a member of the Groupe de Recherches Musicales better known as the GRM, for which he writes documentaries about music for Radio France.
He is passionate about experimental music and more specifically the electronic music created by Bernard Parmegiani, Iannis Xenakis, Pan Sonic, Fennesz, Alva Noto and Ryoji Ikeda. His music is distributed by Important Records / Cassauna, Umor Rex Records and played at the Moogfest festival in the USA.