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Ostinato n°1

The ostinato n°1 is a piece which is of use as conclusion to the suite for piano "Saint Quentin, ville nouvelle" although having before been written. It follows upon a prelude, and the group honours the children of the School of Saint François d' Assise de Montigny Le Bretonneux who were the victims of the avalanche of Orres in January, 1998. It is dedicated to Estelle, a pupil, who had the luck to be alive.


Fax to Elise

The short version of Fax à Elise whom you can download here is the first part of a composition which makes 4 minutes 30. The long version was written for a spectacle of dance and piano the first of which took place in the Cultural Space Alphonse Daudet of Coignières in May, 2001. I imagine the history of a child working his exercises on the subject of the " Letter to Elise " and which dreams that he becomes a pianist, the fingers playing without efforts on the keyboard, reinventing Beethoven's work.


MARTIN Patrice

MARTIN Patrice

Flutist (very) amateur, I write for the flute, but also for the piano and the other instruments.

The style of these compositions ? It depends on the humor of moment ! It is however in the field of what one calls the “classical music” but with a lot of eclecticism and without respect for the “classic” rules, it is about the shape or about the tonal the system.

Sometimes, the point of departure is the subject of a composer who is then completely hijacked. Sometimes also, the source of inspiration can be exotic, with the use of modes generally foreign to the European music.

I shall not comment on the partitions offered on this site. In the same way, I do not wish to evoke my personal course. For all this, the music should speak about itself either then the objective of the composer is not reached.

As I am not either anxious to expose myself with photo, this page would risk to be a little bit sad. So to cheer up it a little, here is a peaceful landscape which wakes up with the return of the light and the life, after the night-stase.

And now, in your listening !



Classical music extending from death of Johann Sebastian Bach in 1750 to 1820. It follows the Baroque and was followed in turn by the Romantic era.

By extension and by misuse of language, it supposed to be all Western art music from the Renaissance to the Contemporary. In which cases, it is opposed to popular music, from the West or elsewhere.