Composition for electric guitar and keyboard

"Souvenirs y tremblement" is an interesting composition for its style, for its sound and for the relationship between: 1) the use of spectral harmonies, stretched or compressed {what I call "elastomeric spectra"} and 2) the use of "resulting rhythms". In the history of music, the resulting rhythms appear in polyphony, when two voices, intervening at different times, generate a particular rhythm. I use this technique in the superposition and division of regular values (binary or ternary) with irregular values (ex: a 4 against 7, etc.), stretching or compressing them in terms of duration and length. frequency.