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Paul Ramage // Détours de Manège TAPE

Paul Ramage // Détours de Manège TAPE

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Greek sound writerThe latest batch released in May 2021 by Savvas Metaxas' label Dasa Tapes has arrived.

This is the first 50-piece limited solo album by sound writer Oaul Ramage in Paris, France.Includes 3 songs of sound collage scape.DL code included.

Labels and other worksfor free trial lessons /// Click here to see more Dasa Tapes releases available at Tobira.

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Edition of 50. Tape comes inside a hand-made white cardboard sleeve decorated with a blue thread.

Bio:

" Paul Ramage is a violinist, improviser and composer. After meeting Didier Lockwood he became interested in jazz and improvised music. At the same time, he continued his studies of classical violin at the Conservatory (CRR) of Cergy-Pontoise, from which he graduated with a Musical Study Diploma (DEM) in jazz And violin. In 2013 he obtained his DEM in electroacoustic composition at the Paris Conservatory, in the classes of Denis Dufour and Jonathan Prager. He then obtained a Masters in electroacoustic composition at INA_GRM. Finally, he follows the Cursus in composition and computer music at IRCAM. Composer of around forty opuses, both acousmatic, mixed or instrumental, he has played and been performed in various countries (France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Romania, United Kingdom, Japan, United States, China…). He won the Métamorphose ( Music and Research) prize, the Russolo second prize (Russolo-Pratella Foundation (Italy) / Studio Forum Annecy) and holder of the certificate of aptitude (CA) in electroacoustic composition. He teaches composition and sound creation at the Conservatory and at the Pôle Supérieur de Paris as well as at INSEAMM (l'Institut National Supérieur d'Enseignement Artistique Marseille-Méditer ranée). Today a member of Alcôme (Company for the creation in contemporary music), he works to bring creation everywhere he can. "

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Accompanying text by Paul Ramage:

"Carousel de tour
[2019]; 10'00
Based on Samuel Beckett's The Lost Ones and in collaboration with choreographer Flora Gaudin

We are placed in an uncomfortable place, obvious but profoundly incomprehensible. The "bodies" are divided between repetition and pause. Everything turns in circles because there is no real way out (nothing goes wrong because the only envisaged exit is unattainable and can only be considered in its unattainability), the bodies always return, inevitably, to the same places. All the places are the same place despite the compartmentalization into zones. The order of the cylinder seems definitive, everything is given, precise, the closed frame encloses the gestures, in suffering, without a really possible hope, where love is returned. Surplus contacts, it is a long suffering that always ends the same.
Like an implacable machine, and inspired by Samuel Beckett's book The Lost Ones, this play stages the desperate quest for an outcome that we all know does not exist within our hearts ...

Change of course
[2020]; 9'40
On a proposal and in collaboration with the choreographer Anthony Prigent.

By change of course we intend the transformation, alteration or evolution of a person, a thing or an event.
This extract from a series of works, relating to traditional dances, draws on the archetypes of rythmic and agogic progressions of the Bretonian dance; while moving away from traditional ways and sounds.
Through this piece, the aim is to form a perception through the sounds and the questions of the dialectics Gestures / Sounds; Music / Movements. "

Artist: Paul Ramage

Label: Dasa Tapes

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Greek sound writerThe latest batch released in May 2021 by Savvas Metaxas' label Dasa Tapes has arrived.

This is the first 50-piece limited solo album by sound writer Oaul Ramage in Paris, France.Includes 3 songs of sound collage scape.DL code included.

Labels and other worksfor free trial lessons /// Click here to see more Dasa Tapes releases available at Tobira.

---------------------------

Edition of 50. Tape comes inside a hand-made white cardboard sleeve decorated with a blue thread.

Bio:

" Paul Ramage is a violinist, improviser and composer. After meeting Didier Lockwood he became interested in jazz and improvised music. At the same time, he continued his studies of classical violin at the Conservatory (CRR) of Cergy-Pontoise, from which he graduated with a Musical Study Diploma (DEM) in jazz And violin. In 2013 he obtained his DEM in electroacoustic composition at the Paris Conservatory, in the classes of Denis Dufour and Jonathan Prager. He then obtained a Masters in electroacoustic composition at INA_GRM. Finally, he follows the Cursus in composition and computer music at IRCAM. Composer of around forty opuses, both acousmatic, mixed or instrumental, he has played and been performed in various countries (France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Romania, United Kingdom, Japan, United States, China…). He won the Métamorphose ( Music and Research) prize, the Russolo second prize (Russolo-Pratella Foundation (Italy) / Studio Forum Annecy) and holder of the certificate of aptitude (CA) in electroacoustic composition. He teaches composition and sound creation at the Conservatory and at the Pôle Supérieur de Paris as well as at INSEAMM (l'Institut National Supérieur d'Enseignement Artistique Marseille-Méditer ranée). Today a member of Alcôme (Company for the creation in contemporary music), he works to bring creation everywhere he can. "

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Accompanying text by Paul Ramage:

"Carousel de tour
[2019]; 10'00
Based on Samuel Beckett's The Lost Ones and in collaboration with choreographer Flora Gaudin

We are placed in an uncomfortable place, obvious but profoundly incomprehensible. The "bodies" are divided between repetition and pause. Everything turns in circles because there is no real way out (nothing goes wrong because the only envisaged exit is unattainable and can only be considered in its unattainability), the bodies always return, inevitably, to the same places. All the places are the same place despite the compartmentalization into zones. The order of the cylinder seems definitive, everything is given, precise, the closed frame encloses the gestures, in suffering, without a really possible hope, where love is returned. Surplus contacts, it is a long suffering that always ends the same.
Like an implacable machine, and inspired by Samuel Beckett's book The Lost Ones, this play stages the desperate quest for an outcome that we all know does not exist within our hearts ...

Change of course
[2020]; 9'40
On a proposal and in collaboration with the choreographer Anthony Prigent.

By change of course we intend the transformation, alteration or evolution of a person, a thing or an event.
This extract from a series of works, relating to traditional dances, draws on the archetypes of rythmic and agogic progressions of the Bretonian dance; while moving away from traditional ways and sounds.
Through this piece, the aim is to form a perception through the sounds and the questions of the dialectics Gestures / Sounds; Music / Movements. "

Artist: Paul Ramage

Label: Dasa Tapes