Here we go for a travel through Corsican polyphony or rather Corsican polyphonies. A true immersion into the chant and its languages, whether profane and sacred, a resonance of people, their land and their history to better serve our present. A history of vibration, that of the Mediterranean, that of the Mare Nostrum…
- Link between vocal timbres, social aspect, geography of sounds and places as well as the unity in the polyphonic matrix.
- Work on the chant’s anchorage and verticality.
- Develop her/his scenic presence.
- Explore the different universes of the sacred world.
- A Paghjella, agro-pastoral and social chant, its different geographical tunes (u versu).
- U Madrigale, song of court and love.
- U Terzettu, poetic form typical of the Corsican center.
- Sacred songs of the Corsican brotherhoods tradition from the Nebbiu and Cap Corse region dedicated to Holy Week: l’Orme Sanguine, Suda Sangue, Perdono mio Dio , Lode di u Sepolcro, Stabat Mater…
- Sacred songs of the liturgical tradition around the world of the living and the dead: Kyrie, Agnus dei, In Paradisum, De Profundis …