As a young rocker, my music was influenced by a fabulous foursome that impacted my generation: The Beatles. As I matured, my desire to ease the pain of others inspired my professional studies in dental medicine. Later, I was drawn to music therapy and began creating powerful, evocative music capable of inducing catharsis.
I recorded and published 13 hours of music for The Orpheus Project, including the ones for the Catharsis Technique and Catharsis Application Program, thanks to the faithful friendship of DominiqueJulliard, Chantal Desmoulins and some others.
Orchestra - 54 mins.
The “Frames for a Fairy Tale” suite for orchestra, voice and piano is the starting point in a project for a large-scale multimedia show.
This first orchestral version was composed by Alain Amouyal, co-arranged and orchestrated by Luc Marty, supervised by Conrad Pope and performed by the prestigious London Symphony Orchestra and the London Voices in Abbey Road Studio One.
Synthesizer & Sampling - 72 mins.
This 72 min. CD has been published in order to allow people to discover some essential moods used in the Catharsis Technique and the Catharsis Application Program (www.planet-cap.com)
The three themes of this CD are extracts of the “Projections” Collection (18 CDs in three packs), and allow the listener to discover this work.
Synthesizer & Sampling - 60 mins.
This 60 min. CD has been published in order to allow people to discover some essential moods used in the Catharsis Technique and the Catharsis Application Program (www.planet-cap.com).
The four themes of this CD are extracts of the “Projections” Collection (18 CDs in three packs), and allow the listener to discover this work.
Piano - 43 mins.
Soothing, favouring the creative imagination and alertness, these melodies reanimate a sense of hope and of peace, evoking memories and suggesting new horizons.
Arrangement and interpretation for the piano: Jean-Louis Rame & Eric Lang (Liberation).
Piano - 46 mins.
Melodies which stimulate the imagination and calm the mind… Certain of which appear in a more elaborate form in the Orchestra version.
Arrangements and interpretation for the piano: Eric Lang.