Guillaume Connesson · Interview Adams Variations

Guillaume Connesson · Interview Adams Variations

Guillaume Connesson · Interview Adams Variations

Guillaume Connesson talks about the influence of the american composer John Adams on his own music

Guillaume Connesson * 1970
Adams Variations © 2011 by Gérard Billaudot Éditeur

Florent Héau, clarinet
Sergei Malov, violin
Jérôme Pernoo, cello
Jérôme Ducros, piano

edited and directed by Stéphan Aubé
produced by Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
filmed at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

photograph of John Adams © 2008 Margaretta K. Mitchell

© Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

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