PRELUDES POUR UN LOUP (Preludes for a wolf)

by Olivia Pedroli

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musicbrain Nice work. It would be great though if a link to the originally associated video would be included, particulary since the information describes the album as an audiovisual work of art - hence I am missing the visual part. I also think it is unnecessary to include all 4 song extracts in the download. Who would listen to them if you bought the full tracks?
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    The profits of each digital album sold will go to the Institute for the Promotion and Research on Guarding Animals to help them finance their research. The IPRA is currently studying the interactions between livestock guarding dogs and wolves in Mercantour (FR) in order to define which is the best way to protect flocks and consequently to protect wolves.

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4 tracks (20 min)

“PRELUDES POUR UN LOUP” (Preludes for a Wolf) is a musical composition in four parts which includes scientific archival footage from all over Europe. Presented for the first time in September 2014 at the Natural History Museum Neuchâtel in Switzerland, this audio-visual blend of lights and shadows, melodies and sound textures echoes the mixed emotions we have had about wolves since the dawn of time.

The profits of each digital album sold will go to the Institute for the Promotion and Research on Guarding Animals to help them finance their research. The IPRA is currently studying the interactions between livestock guarding dogs and wolves in Mercantour (FR) in order to define which is the best way to protect flocks and consequently to protect wolves.


Préludes pour un loup est une composition musicale en quatre tableaux dans laquelle surgissent des images d'archives scientifiques venues d’Europe. Présentée pour la première fois en septembre 2014 au Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Neuchâtel en Suisse, cette création entre clair-obscur et textures sonores cherche à faire écho aux émotions contrastées qu’inspire le loup depuis la nuit des temps.

Les bénéfices de cette vente seront reversés à l'association IPRA (Institut pour la promotion des chiens de Protection) pour aider à financer leurs recherches. Actuellement, l'IPRA étudie les interactions entre des chiens de protections et des loups afin de définir quel est le meilleur moyen de protéger les troupeaux et, par conséquent, de protéger les loups.

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released September 4, 2014

Composition, recordings & pre-mix : Olivia Pedroli
Final Mix : Samuel Chappuis, Studio Mécanique

Violon : Estelle Beiner
Violoncelle : Barbara Gasser
Alphorn : Valentin Faivre & Daniel Brunner
Percussion : Julien Annoni
Piano, vocal & sound textures : Olivia Pedroli

This is a Betacorn record
p+c 2014

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