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Salade composée

Salade composée

(Code: A111200841)

This sheet music mixes several musical styles and it’s very enjoyable. The story is funny and romantic. The polyphony is written with contemporary harmonies and is based on isorhythmic motet, popular culture and contemporary composers. Verses alternating with choruses create a reassuring atmosphere, but there are also some unexpected difficulties. Antoine Dubois was born in 1972. He wan gold award for choral conducting. He is a certified choral director and conducts the choir school of Saint-Saulve, the vocal ensemble Laudisti, the University choir of Lille II and the Choeur Contemporain. He teaches choral singing at music school in Lambersart. He teaches choral conducting at the panelist musician formation center and at the Centre d’Études Polyphoniques, Nord-Pas de Calais. Some of his choral compositions wan prizes to composition competitions. The version for three equal voices is compatible with the version for mixed voices. (ref. ACJ 9172)

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This sheet music mixes several musical styles and it’s very enjoyable. The story is funny and romantic. The polyphony is written with contemporary harmonies and is based on isorhythmic motet, popular culture and contemporary composers. Verses alternating with choruses create a reassuring atmosphere, but there are also some unexpected difficulties. Antoine Dubois was born in 1972. He wan gold award for choral conducting. He is a certified choral director and conducts the choir school of Saint-Saulve, the vocal ensemble Laudisti, the University choir of Lille II and the Choeur Contemporain. He teaches choral singing at music school in Lambersart. He teaches choral conducting at the panelist musician formation center and at the Centre d’Études Polyphoniques, Nord-Pas de Calais. Some of his choral compositions wan prizes to composition competitions. The version for three equal voices is compatible with the version for mixed voices. (ref. ACJ 9172)