Posts Tagged: tnzr

Guy Thouin ~ Rien Ô Tout Ou Linéaire Un

Montreal’s Tenzier continues to unearth fascinating artifacts from across Montreal’s diverse musical heritage. Past records have ranged from visionary and singular electronic music to the distinct brand of free jazz and free improvisation that has been cultivated in Quebec. But

Guy Thouin ~ Rien Ô Tout Ou Linéaire Un

Montreal’s Tenzier continues to unearth fascinating artifacts from across Montreal’s diverse musical heritage. Past records have ranged from visionary and singular electronic music to the distinct brand of free jazz and free improvisation that has been cultivated in Quebec. But

Yves Bouliane ~ Champ (10 opérations)

Champ (10 opérations) is the solo work of a pillar of Montreal’s 1970s free improvisation scene.  A skilled improviser, this piece is indeed a composition, recorded in 1977, and stands as a momentous and perplexing document of that time.  This

Yves Bouliane ~ Champ (10 opérations)

Champ (10 opérations) is the solo work of a pillar of Montreal’s 1970s free improvisation scene.  A skilled improviser, this piece is indeed a composition, recorded in 1977, and stands as a momentous and perplexing document of that time.  This

Gisèle Ricard ~ Électroacoustique (1980-1987)

The history of experimental music in Quebec is quite interesting.  In part because it is the homeland of French speakers in North America, la belle province has maintained closer aesthetic ties to  the Old World.  It’s not surprising that the

Gisèle Ricard ~ Électroacoustique (1980-1987)

The history of experimental music in Quebec is quite interesting.  In part because it is the homeland of French speakers in North America, la belle province has maintained closer aesthetic ties to  the Old World.  It’s not surprising that the