Vincent Bouchot

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Vincent Bouchot (born 1966 in Toulouse) is a French composer and musicologist. For many years, he sang as baritone with the Ensemble Clément Janequin.[1]

He has provided incidental music to several cabarets and theatre productions including Ubu Roi by Alfred Jarry at the Opéra-Comique/Péniche Opéra in 2002.[2] He produced a full opera, Brèves de comptoir, in 2005.

Recorded works include:

  • a modern take on Les Cris de Paris on the Ensemble Clément Janequin's album L'écrit du Cri, 2009
  • four "Galgenlieder"; "Mondendinge", "Der Hecht" and "Galgenkindes Wiegenlied" sung by Sandrine Piau on the album Après un rêve, 2011
  • mélodie Le Souvenir de Jean Quéval, (1913-1990), composed for Françoise Pollet, 2003

Published works include:

  • Vincent Bouchot, "De la musique dans l'oeuvre de Georges Perec: frequentations, themes, structures", in Cahiers Georges Perec 4 (Éditions du Limon, 1990), 97-120.

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