From secret to sacred between yesterday and today.
Hildegard Von Bingen (1098 – 1179) / Zad Moultaka (1967-)
Hildegard’s ecstatic song stimulates the language of today. Zad Moultaka inlays the very depths of his cultural inheritance with flashes of light, diamonds, mortar fire and passages of sound-bearing light. Linking these pieces together, crossing the layers of memory and of time as one crosses walls, he cuts a path into our imaginations.
Hildegard von Bigen, Symphonia harmoniae celestium revelationum (XIIth century).
Zad Moultaka, Ubi es, for 5 female voices, electronics and a bass drum (2014).
Programme for 5 unaccompanied female voices, electronics and a bass drum.
Duration : 1h15
A co-production between De Caelis and the Festival de Saintes.
This programme has benn recorded and edited by L’empreinte Digitale.
GEMME ED13241 © L’empreinte digitale 2015
Le programme “Jardin clos” mentionné dans la vidéo est à l’origine du programme GEMME.