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A (80+ pieces since 2004) music composer/singer and a writer, photographer Vincent Bergeron
Another page for improvisations without much editing : https://soundcloud.com/vincentbergeron/

Depuis 2004, Vincent a une expérience de composition pour une gamme étendue
d'instruments (chansons).

Born december 21, 1979. Solitary child playing by himself 'cause he didn't understand why other kids wanted to be together to do the same things.

Since 2004, spasmacousmatic songs of AllLanguages with mostly acoustic instruments, personal melodies and fluid structures.

Official site : http://www.freakywaves.com/vb/Vincent/music.htm

For updates on news : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Berger-Rond/273557659333920


Performance art on a Live scene (June, 2010)

Berger Rond - Bruissement de griserie

A new improv band though with a poem of composition :


Dossier de presse (commentaires de compositeurs reconnus)
Comments (mostly from quality composers)

"The sonic materials he employs encompass modern chamber music and certain sounds from the popular tradition, such as drum kit and electric guitar, but they are treated in much the same way that William S. Burroughs liked to treat his text, as formally unanchored elements within an apparently stochastic sequence. To what extent this work is aleatory or improvised, and to what extent it is constructed, is impossible to determine, and doesn’t matter a great deal; the experience of listening is one that undercuts any comfortable reliance on a predictable resolution or cyclicity, while maintaining some narrative sense through the relative stability of the broad strokes of texture. The poetry that accompanies the release carries denotational meanings consistent with this approach, its female protagonists in seeming conflict with their worlds; while they display the strength usually ascribed to female deities, these archetypes are used to point at altogether more uncertain and dangerous experiences than is usual in modern reinterpretations of myth. It is a major creative risk for a man to tackle women’s experience in any depth, but here the composer’s courage makes for music that demands active engagement, and richly rewards it."

"Et Elle avait raison Hathor est clairement une coche ou deux au-dessus des récents opus de Bergeron, un artiste singulier s’il est en est, dont les pièces se construisent à partir d’une déconstruction",
Monsieur Délire
Vincent Berger Rond - Interview for gajoob

""[...] this music is very visual and reminds of a collage or montage in fine art. [...] Think laterally, out of the box, or better still, don't think and just listen and get into the music, and Vincent Berger Rond's Elle avait raison Hathor will grow on you! There is something almost mystically compelling about this album.",
Rainlore's World of Music


Perfect Sound Forever 2011

It is nice to appear in the same list than millionaires rockers like Sigur Ros (Innis) prog rock forces of nature's Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Marco Oppedisano Electroacoustic Compositions for Electric Guitar also made the same list by writer Mark S. Tucker. Since Mark is one of the only persons I sent [{ }] to (realizing most writers focus on ambient-like electronic music and rock since many years, I ended up really selective instead of wasting my money), it is encouraging me to send more CD-r to prove that it is possible to be recognized in CD-r and through Internet promotion where the listeners are much easier to find for me


Always looking for vocalists (male and female) for collaborations : vincentbergerond@gmail.com

vincentbergerond Vincent Bergeron, Quebec, Canada

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    To Please men of 8 Who Work in Toys Factories -... at 2.20
    on June 11, 2014 18:56

    @henry koek: Thank you Henry !

  • A Comment on blackbough's
    Power Lines Against A Rabbit Proof Fence - Jame... at 1.05
    on January 22, 2014 00:29

    Welcome listen in these days of clean sound and steady motion !

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Hallelujah - vocal cover by Vincent Bergeron at 3.07
    on August 10, 2013 17:22

    Hey thank you ! Actually, I did sing over this song many times in the past. It is the first time in many years though, and the first for which I record myself.

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    New Generation at 10.22
    on July 06, 2013 16:46

    Thank you !

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Elle avait raison Hathor at 3.13
    on April 09, 2013 18:30
  • A Comment on Jamison Williams's
    Jamison Williams, "for Louise Hunter" at 2.41
    on April 09, 2013 02:57

    It usually take me four hours to digest too. Saxophone playing I could integrate to my music !

  • A Comment on A19-81's
    A Decomposição - Saprofitas IV at 3.04
    on February 20, 2013 00:52

    I can't help but play your music over this movie, it is better with it : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilHmpETJgZ0

  • A Comment on EARLabsRADIO's
    Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - Oraculum alternat... at 3.21
    on January 16, 2013 18:08

    Hey, I was listening to this last week. I love the music more than expected in this film.

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    02-Je m'imaginais... at 2.25
    on January 02, 2013 19:52

    @Lezet: Thank you !

  • A Comment on Wilhelm Matthies's
    Apple on the beach (Matthies, mosesa, mixing) 1 at 0.00
    on January 01, 2013 19:30

    Anytime if you want to improvise on the Mosesa for a set of patterns I could send you !

  • A Comment on Marco Oppedisano's
    Reflection at 3.32
    on December 03, 2012 02:37

    This one feels dictated by the winter. I do not mean it in a bad way. You don't feel like it is needed to do more than the weather's mood language.

  • A Comment on Marco Oppedisano's
    Joyous Returns at 1.21
    on October 13, 2012 15:21

    One of my favourite compositions by you. The focus on piano more than on guitars I feel, new for you ! Congratulations !

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    02-Je m'imaginais... at 4.13
    on July 16, 2012 13:10
    The Eyes Of A Psychopath at 8.04
    on July 13, 2012 18:18

    Really got into it, I am usually critical of this kind of piece (sinister synth with sinister subject), but there was an edge on this one ! Better than most :)

  • A Comment on bruce hamilton's
    awake at 0.30
    on March 02, 2012 01:18

    I would have called this one Crows instead :)

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Pyramidal Patterns at 13.34
    on February 28, 2012 22:24

    I am also a big fan of moves like groundhog day and eternal sunshine of the spotless mind where the same material is revisited over and over again, always with variations.

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Pyramidal Patterns at 13.34
    on February 28, 2012 22:23

    @Donald Gisbey: Haha ! I understand, I am into sampling and never could play any instrument. I also rarely go to concerts or perform my own music (I do it through dance and scary singing performance). I just love the psychological impact of recordings manipulated, more than a live band often.

  • A Comment on annaclyne's
    On Track at 0.12
    on February 28, 2012 22:11

    I am strong into the initial idea lately, makes sense with my music too.

  • A Comment on Donald Gisbey's
    Tocatta for digital accordian at 2.17
    on February 28, 2012 21:45

    Love that sound, really memorable. I would love to hear an improv with it that does explore several registers with several parts.

  • A Comment on Donald Gisbey's
    E is for Eulogy~ Steve Mauro & Donald Gisbey at 1.08
    on February 28, 2012 21:23

    Not sure how you get that sound, but it both sound like a live free jazz and something from electronic music without the synth traces. One of the best pieces heard on soundcloud !!

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Pyramidal Patterns at 4.27
    on February 27, 2012 14:55

    @oddrun eikli: Really glad that you enjoy it ! :)

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    03-Bruissement de griserie at 7.34
    on February 27, 2012 02:02

    @S♨ciété Cantine: L'un des commentaires préférés à ce jour sur ma musique !

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Pyramidal Patterns at 2.39
    on February 25, 2012 00:07

    @TANTE ELZE: Oh nice comment !

  • A Comment on TANTE ELZE's
    When the days at 3.04
    on February 23, 2012 20:21

    Truly a good song that build on a very emotional but personal and effective way, few songs still bring that feeling to me !

  • A Comment on Northern Spy Records's
    Extra Life "Righteous Seed" from Dream Seeds at 1.45
    on February 23, 2012 14:49

    You are still one of my fav rock band since many years now. Takes about 5 seconds to recognize your sound, a powerful one.

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Pyramidal Patterns at 6.02
    on February 03, 2012 04:44

    @Rosendo J. Rocha: Oh, thank you, much enthusiasm from you on my music, feels good !

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Pyramidal Patterns at 7.52
    on January 23, 2012 02:02
  • A Comment on Chris Whitehead's
    Happy Valley
    on January 14, 2012 02:23

    You have your own minimal rock going on, slightly remind me of The Wire, specially with the soft synth behind, but the guitar loops are coming in and out your way.

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Pyramidal Patterns at 7.35
    on October 28, 2011 12:35

    @jrossmusic: Yes, you are very patient and quiet which is something I don't remember exploring really often through music. My life is quiet though ;) Thanks !

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Pyramidal Patterns at 10.31
    on July 31, 2011 17:53

    @georgechristian: Thank for your comments George Christian ! I added the little girl on last days of composition, but as usual was really careful with the recordings.

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Pyramidal Patterns at 0.59
    on July 15, 2011 20:27
  • A Comment on Carlton Wilkinson's
    The Dad Music at 3.22
    on June 11, 2011 18:51

    The use of voice is different here, less neutral reading, more dramatic, part of a space, a bar with a lonely man inside himself ?

  • A Comment on Carlton Wilkinson's
    My Undoing at 5.36
    on June 11, 2011 18:49

    Violins are some of my favorites to use in a sampler ! I love to confuse naturally played upper register chords with highs from the sampler.

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    02-Je m'imaginais... at 2.46
    on May 28, 2011 01:08

    @TheLazyCocoon: Thank you ! A different approach on this piece, it's rare that I find a recording with which I feel I can built something on top.

  • A Comment on Stomoxine records's
    Passagens Harmônicas (for Danielle) by George C... at 3.05
    on May 26, 2011 17:50

    I would love to use it for an eventual composition. Can I ? :)

  • A Comment on Luiz E. Castelões's
    "Estudo de colagem Pop" / "Pop Music Collage" (... at 1.20
    on May 23, 2011 23:11

    Excuse me 'till I kiss the sky !

  • A Comment on OwlDreams's
    Crayon Roar at 5.15
    on March 23, 2011 01:15

    Easily my favorite and most impressive piece I listened on this page well uploading my own. It has a special kind of psychological effect that defies any easy association. Any movie piece integrating this music would need to be highly creative and expressive in order to sstand a chance of not looking bad in compatrison to it.

  • A Comment on Mark harris's
    Last days at 3.38
    on March 23, 2011 01:06

    Like Brian Eno on a U2 record. Something rock is waiting in line. The thrill is to know when it will kick in. Sound presence is building slowly like it is expected of the genre. New digital glitches make the comparison with Eno on U2 not so good anmore. Good choices in passing-by sound textures.

  • A Comment on vincentbergerond's
    Werner Herzog's Wife at 0.18
    on November 11, 2010 23:01

    @DAMi: Would love to hear this song, I know a bit Adam de la Cour from myspace.

  • A Comment on Marc Yeats's
    ascension (2010) at 2.13
    on November 10, 2010 23:49

    I am glad I finally listen to your most recent work as I prefer it to your music I heard in the past (from Atavus). More of a primal urge to this music.

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