|Duration||3h58 + 23' bonus|
|Number of discs||1|
|Graphic conception||Maude MADEC|
|Direction||Marc Anthony, Evelyne Girardon, Norbert Pignol, Christophe Sacchettini, Jean-François Vrod|
|Picture||Les Films Associés|
|Production||Marc Anthony, AEPEM, AMTRAD, APMT, Cie Beline, CPMDT, Folk des Terres Froides, MusTraDem, Mydriase, Vrod & co|
René Zosso, who sings, "hurdy-gurdies" and loves the flavor of words, is an exceptional and invaluable teacher/performer. His knowledge of French-language traditional songs and of medieval music makes him an undisputed specialist of modes.
A pioneer in the revival of this music, René Zosso (who has also experimented with electroacoustic music) plays and sings as a soloist, in a duo with Anne Osnowycz, and also performs with the René Clemencic ensemble. Jordi Savall has invited him to perform as a narrator.
This four-hour DVD presents his workshop-lecture and summarizes, to the sound of his hurdy-gurdy drones, the essentials of his thinking and analysis.
This is an indispensable document for anyone who wishes to better understand monodic modal music and serves as a guide to this underrecognized musical system. Many sung examples and several bonuses facilitate the viewer's comprehension.
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