Claude Chalhoub : Violin Denis Frajerman : Keyboards, bass, electric guitar, percussion, tapes Loïc Schild : Zarb
No computer, no sampler, no sequencer, no machine.
Composed, mixed and recorded by Denis Frajerman in 16 numerical tracks, excepted Claude Chalhoub, recorded by himself.
Nautilia studios, march 2017, France.
Terminus radieux d’après le livre d’Antoine Volodine, un concert donné le 11 avril 2015 à la Maison de la Poésie de Paris.
Avec Carole Deville : violoncelle Denis Frajerman : guitare acoustique Émilie Nicot : mezzo-soprano Justine Schaeffer : mezzo-soprano & récitante
The contemporary French novelist Antoine Volodine has explored the soul’s migrations and the mind’s liminal states—between humanity and animality, between madness and reason, life and death—in over forty books since he began publishing in the mid-1980s. In this article, the French musician and composer Denis Frajerman recollects his friendship and numerous literary-musical collaborations with Volodine over a twenty-year period, the most recent of which was performed last month at the Maison de la Poésie in Paris.