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Lucien Durosoir. A Modern Composer born a Romantic (2011)

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Pons, Lionel

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Actes du colloque organisé au Palazzetto Bru Zane (Venise) les 19 et 20 février 2011 avec le soutien de l'association Musiciens entre guerre et paix (MeGeP).

Comité scientifique : Lionel Pons (Université Aix-Marseille) ; Myriam Chimènes (IRPMF/CNRS, Paris) ; Luc Durosoir (fils du compositeur) ; John Powell (Université de Tulsa, Oklahoma) 

“He had the utmost confidence in his music and wrote to me that, like Bach, he was putting his works in a cupboard, and they would be discovered later.” (Paul Loyonnet, Mémoires, talking about Lucien Durosoir). An acclaimed violin virtuoso in Europe before 1914, a composer living in seclusion after 1918, Lucien Durosoir has long remained unknown simply because he refused to publish his works and has only reappeared now owing to the publication of the 41 works he composed between 1919 and 1950. The two sides of his nature were therefore polarised by the Great War, which formed the axis of his life. Before it, he was an enthusiastic young man, immersed in Romanticism: a movement which influenced his education and formed the basis of his violin repertory, his poetic reading and his German culture. After it, he was a man unable to forget the horror and barbarity and who, turning his back on the literary enthusiasms of his youth, came to regard life purely as a lucid and dogged fight against adversity.

Préface. Myriam Chimènes.

Penser l’après-guerre : aspirations et réalisations dans le monde musical (1914-1918). Charlotte Genovesi-Segond.

Lucien Durosoir:  A Life at the Crossroads. John Powell

Lucien Durosoir : né romantique. Georgie Durosoir.

Une poétique musicale au tamis de la guerre : le sas de 1919 - la singularité Durosoir. Francis Lippa.

Entre racines romantiques et nouveaux questionnements. Lionel Pons.

La Poésie inspiratrice de l’œuvre musical de Lucien Durosoir : romantiques, parnassiens, symbolistes, modernes. Francis Lippa.

Aube. Du poème de Rimbaud à la Sonate d'été. Ana Stefanovič.

Lucien Durosoir, de l’œuvre au style : éléments de réflexion. Lionel Pons.

De la Berceuse au Chant élégiaque de Lucien Durosoir : ressemblances et dissemblances. Isabelle Bretaudeau.

Le Balcon pour cordes vocales et instrumentales. Un hommage à Caplet ? Yves Rassendren.

Les quatuors à cordes de Durosoir. Une analyse de style. Jean-Claire Vançon.

Traitement du temps et du timbre dans le Quatuor à cordes n° 3 de Lucien Durosoir. Frédérick Martin.

Catalogue des œuvres de Lucien Durosoir.

Entretien avec Luc Durosoir. Lionel Pons.

De sa musique à ma peinture. Marie-Gabrielle Thierry.