French composer Pierre-Yves Mace (1980) worked at the border of chamber music and tape collage.
Faux-Jumeaux (Tzadik, 2002) collects four chamber compositions:
Defense de Voir Au-dedans (2002),
Le Sentiment de la Nature aux Buttes-Chaumont (2001),
Circulations (Sub Rosa, 2005) is typical of his aesthetic: Mace
entrusted four solo compositions (for drums, guitar, harp and clarinet) to four
performers and then mixed them with his own tape collages of the four instruments.
Crash Test II (Tensional Integrity) (Orkhestra, 2006) is a work for
quartet of string quartet and tape collage.
Mace also collaborated with
Sylvain Chauveau and Steven Hess on
Second Souffle (Brocoli, 2007).
Passagenweg (Brocoli, 2009) collects music composed with samples of early French chansons and found sounds.
Circulations (Sub Rosa, 2011) contains four pieces
for four solo instruments (drums, guitar, harp, clarinet) revised and enhanced by computer.
Segments Et Apostilles (Tzadik, 2013) contains austere compositions for
electronics and acoustic instruments that shun dissonance.
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