This was firstly a prelude intended to be played on the piano. It was intended to help learning modality and was entitled “Alleluia de Sénanque.”
Bruno Gousset was born in 1958. He began to compose at 11. He studied musicology at Sorbonne University and also learned how to play the piano with Florencia Raitzin. Then, he accompanied choirs (Choeur de l’Orchestre in Paris, Cologne, Chapelle Royale, but also Choeurs de Radio-France, the Chorale Franco-Allemande de Paris, etc.) He was a clinician from 1987 to 2000 in Théâtre du Châtelet and assistant in conducting lessons at École Normale de Paris composing at the same time.