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Geometrical Games
Private Collection - vol.1 [May 2001]


[this is the jacket of the record 'Geometrical Games'] Enigmatic pieces for piano

Recorded at Oceanic Sound Studio, Paris - January to May 2001
Digital editing by Jean-Paul Vittori and Frederic Rossille at L'Update Studio, Paris - May 2001
Composed, performed and produced by Frederic Rossille

Total timing = 15:22
To Yeratel
Reference : Reves Magiques CD #004

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Tracklist
01. Geometrical Day 2:26 piano, harp, strings
02. Prelude in Bb minor 2:34 piano
03. The Architect 3:27 piano
04. Archipelago's Message 4:14 piano
05. Lhasa 2:29 piano




D'un Monde Lointain...
A tribute to Witold Lutoslawski
[June 2001]


[this is the jacket's record 'D'un Monde Lointain'] A piece for clarinets, harp, electronic piano, percussions and electroacoustic sounds
Duration = 6:27 [ long version ]
Composed, performed and produced by Frederic Rossille
Recorded at Oceanic Sound Studio, Paris - May 2001
Digital editing by Jean-Paul Vittori and Frederic Rossille
L'Update Studio, Paris - May 2001
Packaged with the book "Emotion et musique". A gift from Rencontres Art & Science to the participants of the IRC 2001

Limited edition for the IRC 2001
© 2001 Reves Magiques CD #005

Program note, by Frederic Rossille: " This piece is dedicated to Witold Lutoslawski who I have met in early 1990'. His 'Interlude for orchestra' (1989) has profoundly marked me by its character of mystical strangeness. I have tried to restore this feeling in my piece, using very different means. The recording uses sampled sounds and each part is performed on a numerical keyboard. The development of the piece symbolizes several attempts of approaches towards an imaginary distant world. The coda reveals to us this world which is filled with charm, beauty and love. "



A day in Tokyo
A tribute to Marguerite Yourcenar
[December 2004]


[this is the jacket's record 'A day in Tokyo'] This recording takes place after a concert-tribute to Marguerite Yourcenar in 'Maison franco-japonaise de Tokyo' on September 11 2004. It presents five pieces among them performed during this concert.
Cello : John Kingsley / Clarinet : Maria del Palacio / Bodhran : Dave Fielding
Piano, keyboards and sound programming : Frederic Rossille
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Jean-Paul Vittori
Recorded in Paris at Oceanic Sound Studio and l'Update Studio, Nov 2004
Produced by Frederic Rossille
Reference : Reves Magiques CD #008

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A Day in Tokyo : an introduction

"Cette musique rappelle le froissement des ailes de la libellule et en même temps fouille dans notre intérieur à la recherche des pensées les plus tendres"
Anne Lafortune, Saint-Bruno, Québec


The review of the album, by Agnès Jourdain in the website Piano Bleu (in French)



Dream of Nicopolis
A tribute to Epictetus
[December 2005]


[this is the jacket's record 'Dream of Nicopolis'] A piece for solo piano
Duration = 2:51
Composed, performed and produced by Frederic Rossille
Recorded at Oceanic Sound Studio (Waves of the Pacific), Paris
Digital editing by Jean-Paul Vittori and Frederic Rossille
at L'Update Studio, Paris

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Limited edition
© 2005 Reves Magiques CD #009 [single]


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