The Voice and its Double
The Voice and its Double
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Fragments of "Symphonie en K"

Premiered in Paris in 1946, “Symphonie en K” by French poet Gabriel Pomerand (1925 – 1972) is regarded as the very first example of Lettriste music. The several voices demanded by the score all group themselves around the letter K. The fragment of the score published in the 1971 in the journal “La Revue Musicale” is all that remains of the whole work.