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1993
flute, oboe, saxophone (clarinet), horn, bassoon, violin, viola, cello, double bass
durata: 
11'

commission: Concerts Sweden for ensemble l'Itinéraire
first performance: 21.6.1993, Centre George Pompidou, Paris, l'Itinéraire, Pascal Rophe
publisher: Edition Suecia

inné means “innate”. The piece was written during my first pregnancy and is dedicated to my son Emil.

Words thrown out—before

Breathing—pulsation—birth—gravitation
Wave-pedal tone with burst/rebirth
find the weight
the pulsations come from within
falls - saved, understood!

and afterwards

inné – from internal musical fragments, an attempt to filter the innated in a given time and space,
through the sonorities of each instrument, pitch, and movements within a harmonic body towards a shared temporary ending

Madeleine Isaksson

CD: 
Failles