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Couprie, Pierre

Three Analysis Models for L’oiseau moqueur, one of the Trois rêves d’oiseau by François Bayle

1999

Organised Sound: Vol. 4, no. 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 3-14.
French version: Trois modèle d’analyse de L’oiseau moqueur, un des Trois rêves d’oiseaux de François Bayle. 1998. Les Cahiers de l’OMF, no. 3. Paris: OMF: 50-70.

This article deals with the analysis of a work by François Bayle, L’oiseau moqueur (1963). The author worked at the INA-GRM (Paris) in order to realise a graphic record of the piece using their proprietary acousmograph software. To work from this graphic record, He used three methods of analysis: identification and classification of sound objects using a Schaefferian typology, comparison of objects with one another following a paradigmatic approach, and presentation of the results obtained through enumeration of a certain number of values (duration, density of objects, etc.).

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