De Natura Sonorum  

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"De Natura Sonorum was made by modifying all the resonances of the attacks (resonances are electronic, attacks are acoustic). That take millions of hours in the analogic studio. Besides the technical part, De Natura Sonorum is really the masterpiece of electroacoustic music." --Matías Couriel[1]

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De Natura Sonorum (1975) is an album by Bernard Parmegiani. Premiered at the Salle Wagram in Paris on 3rd June 1975. The title references De Natura Sonoris.

The track "Conjugaison du Timbre" features a baritone saxophone.

Track listing

First part:

0:01 I. Incidences/ Résonances 4:02 II. Accidents/ Harmoniques 8:52 III. Géologie Sonore 13:37 IV. Etude élastique 20:13 V. Conjugaison du Timbre

Second part:

25:30 I. Natures éphémères 29:39 II. Matières induites 33:10 III. Ondes Croisées 35:30 IV. Pleins et Déliés 39:54 V. Points contre Champs

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