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The lithe, playful interaction of sounds, rhythms, and timbres lends this attractive work an airy, dance-like vitality and a refreshing gestural spontaneity.

Par Jules Langert
2005


Linda Bouchard’s Portrait Concert, New Music Concerts Toronto

Bouchard’s work is full of timbral puns that play on the similarities of tone lurking within very different instruments. Pourtinade, for instance, drew out an astounding degree of family resemblance between Doug Perry’s viola and Trevor Tureski’s mallet percussion. Le Scandale, for four strings, harp and percussion, often treated the sustaining instruments as though they were mutations of Tureski’s battery.

Par Robert Everett-Green
2002


« …rich in structure, subtlety and sonority… »

Par Ear Magazine
1988


« … A chimerical tapestry of rarified sounds… Miss Bouchard does have an undeniable gift for creating eloquent sonorities… »

Par Tim Page
1984


Oeuvre connexe : Pourtinade