Dissonant Duet Played in a Sewer

Andre Jolivet loves dissonant tones and his brand of music is a mixture of chord clashes and tones that appear to conflict within the piece.

The performance using a dark sewage drain as the stage with a colorful masked flutist. There is also a clarinet player who was behind a golden rabbit mask.

Stammer and Pidgi played Jolivet’s Sonatine for Flute and Clarinet in the sewer. The piece was originally composed in 1961.

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