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Tristan Murail (born March 11, 1947 in Le Havre, France) is a French composer. His father, Gérard Murail, is a poet and his mother, Marie-Thérèse Barrois, a journalist. One of his brothers, Lorris Murail, and his younger sister Elvire Murail, aka Moka, also write, and his younger sister Marie-Aude Murail is a French children’s writer. Murail is associated with the "spectral" technique of composition, which involves the use of the fundamental properties of sound as a basis for harmony, as well as the use of spectral analysis, FM, RM, and AM synthesis as a method of deriving polyphony.[1]

Works

1969, Couleur de Mer, 1970, Altitude 8000, for orchestra, 1970, Où Tremblent les Contours, for 2 violas, 1971, Les Miroirs étendus, for ondes Martenot and piano, 1971, Ligne de non-retour, for seven instruments, 1971, Mach 2,5, for deux ondes Martenot, 1972, Au-delà du Mur du son, for large orchestra, 1972, Estuaire, 2 pieces for piano, 1972 (rév. 1992), L’attente, for seven instruments, 1973, Cosmos privé, for orchestra, 1973, La Dérive des continents, for viola and string orchestra, 1973, Les Nuages de Magellan, 1974, Tigre de verre, for ondes Martenot and piano, 1974, Transsahara express, for bassoon and piano, 1974-1975, Sables, for orchestra, 1976, C’est un jardin secret, ma sœur, ma fiancée, une fontaine close, une source scellée for viola solo, 1976, Mémoire / Erosion, for french horn and nine instruments, 1977, Tellur, for guitar, 1977, Territoires de l’oubli, for piano, 1978, Ethers, for flute and ensemble, 1978, Treize couleurs du soleil couchant, 1979, Les Courants de l’espace, for ondes Martenot and small orchestra, 1980, Gondwana, for orchestra, 1982, La Conquête de l’Antarctique, for ondes Martenot, 1982, Désintégrations, for 17 instruments and electronic sounds, 1984, Vampyr !, for electric guitar, from Random Access Memory, 1985, Sillages, for orchestra, 1985, Time and again, for orchestra, 1986, Atlantys, for 2 DX7 Yamaha synthesizers , from Random Access Memory, 1986, Vision de la Cité Interdite, for 2 DX7 Yamaha synthesizers, from Random Access Memory, 1984-1987, Random Access Memory, 1988, Vues aériennes, for french horn, violin, cello and piano, 1989, Allégories, for 6 instruments and electronic sounds, 1986-1988, Les Sept Paroles du Christ en Croix, for orchestra and chorus, 1990, Le Fou à pattes bleues, for flute and piano, 1990-1991, La Dynamique des fluides, for orchestra, 1992, Attracteurs étranges, for cello, 1992, Cloches d’adieu, et un sourire... in memoriam Olivier Messiaen, for piano, 1992, Serendib, for 22 musicians, 1993, La Barque mystique, for five instruments, 1993, La Mandragore, for piano, 1993-1994, L’Esprit des dunes, for ensemble, 1995, ...amaris et dulcibus aquis..., for chorus and electronic sounds, 1995, Unanswered questions, for flute, 1996, Bois flotté, for piano, trombone, string trio, synthetic sounds and synthesized sounds, 1996, Le partage des eaux, for large orchestra, 1998, Comme un oeil suspendu et poli par le songe..., for piano, 1998, Feuilles à travers les cloches, extrait de « Portulan », for flute, violin, cello and piano, 2000, Winter fragments, for flute, clarinet, piano, violin, MIDI keyboard and computer, 2001, Le lac, for orchestra, 2002, Les Travaux et les Jours for piano, 2003-2004, Terre d’ombre, for large orchestra and electronic sounds, 2005, Pour adoucir le cours du temps, for 18 instruments, MIDI keyboard and computer, 2006, Les Ruines circulaires, extrait de « Portulan », for clarinet and violin, 2006, Seven Lakes Drive, extrait de « Portulan », for flute, clarinet, french horn, piano, violin and cello, 2006, Légendes urbaines, for 22 instruments, 2007, Contes cruels, for 2 electric guitars and orchestra, 2008, Liber Fulguralis, for ensemble, electronics and video, 2008, Garrigue, for bass flute (or alto flute), viola, cello and percussions, 2009, En moyenne et extrême raison, for ensemble and synthetic sounds, 2010, Les Sept Paroles, for orchestra and chorus.

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