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Le Valseur de Bois


This orchestral electroacoustic album on the Adventurous Music label (Leipzig, Germany) was inspired by the Murder Mystery novel "Le Valseur de Bois". The music depicts impressions of different parts and characters in the story, linked to one another by short transitions.


"It's one of those rare albums that surprises and delights in the most

unexpected ways, and seems to totally defy categorization [...]

 [...] "L'artiste canadien Lauré Lussier nous transporte dans un conte des milles et une nuits,

[...] "We are writing because Bruce played Lauré Lussier's album on  Grey Clay Radio. It is one of the best albums we have heard this year. We loved it. 


If you get a chance, please tell Lauré he is brilliant!


Randolph, TWW!N, ∞ꈤ3

Pelléas & Mélisande


Lauré Lussier's second orchestral electroacoustic album on Adventurous Music  (Leipzig, Germany).

This album is based and was inspired by Maurice Maeterlinck's (1862-1949) symbolic and tragic play "Pelléas et Mélisande".

Mélisande, a young woman, is found lost in the forest by Prince Golaud. He will take her to the castle of his grandfather, King Arkel where Golaud will take care of her and marry her. She and Pelléas, Golaud’s half-brother, fall in love with one another, which arouses a mad jealousy in the husband.

Maurice Maeterlinck's play is a timeless and symbolist drama. The major dramaturgical characteristic of the play is darkness and penumbra; the weak luminosity covers the vulnerability of two secret lovers who should not be seen... It is better to rise to the degree of symbolist vision to see through and beyond.

The music was composed first, with the specific dialogs in mind. The musical motifs associated to the play’s characters’ strengths, weaknesses and inner thoughts have been composed in relation to the different themes and situations that evolve throughout the work.


Pelléas & Mélisande by Lauré Lussier is an interpretation of the play by Maurice Maeterlinck. This is an adventure for the senses! Rightly released on Adventurous Music.

Grey Clay Radio, 03.03.2024

Puisant son inspiration dans la pièce de Maurice Maeterlinck (1862-1949), Pelléas & Mélisande, Lauré Lussier construit autour de cette histoire d’amour impossible, une bande son étrange et envoûtante

"I was so excited when this came out. I love it!! The richness of voice and your beautiful sound are so evocative I get very happily lost in it. I played it on repeat at home for days when I first received it! Congratulations on another superb release".


"It’s such a wonderful release, I wish I had time to be able to play it all, but I hope it inspires people to delve deeper into your music".


Dark Train, FM 105 

Trans(Dis)figured Waltzes


Lauré's third orchestral electroacoustic album from the German label Adventurous Music (Leipzig, Germany).

Three waltzes.

At first glance, they look simple.  

As the music unfolds, they slowly reveal their true selves in their entire complexity.

Transfigured or Disfigured?


Strange Recital

Iconic Québécois poet Émile Nelligan (1879-1941) wrote the bulk of his work between 1893 and 1896.

During this period, he wrote a cycle of poems relating to music. This cycle has been referred to as « Strange Recitals ».

For his 4th album on the German label Adventurous Music (Leipzig, Germany), Lauré Lussier has chosen poems from this cycle which he has put to music, to create his own intimate

« Strange Recital ».

Strange Symp

Strange Symphony


Album will be released on July 8, 2024

Available for listening on YouTube & SoundCloud

Lauré's 5th orchestral electroacoustic album from Adventurous Music (Leipzig, Germany).

"An illicit Symphony which should have never been created.... But it happened".

Strange Symphony


Amidst the relics of history, this old tale was unearthed from the ethereal veils of a very long time past…


Alone in the silence of a concert hall's sacred space,

A composer and an orchestra dance and lust they embrace.

Melodies and harmonies intertwine, a flaming affair bursts and unfurls,

Their bodies in longing and breath a short, in euphony they at last swirl.


At passion’s height, both nearly appeased, 

In a quaver’s moment, they conceive.   

Struck, thoughts speed and flash, « what to do? »

In desperation, he chooses not to believe.

The composer hastily flees, never again to be seen.


A revolting departure, a departure that grieves.

Left behind is the orchestra, yearning, bereaved…


Hidden in shameful remorse for a long melancholic breve of sorrow,

The quietened orchestra has nestled an illegitimate creation.

Feared is a haunting elegy of lost tomorrows…


Many dusks following, in that hallowed concert hall’s sacred space, 

Both balcony and mezzanine fill with an eerie hush.

The gathered crowd, colossal, whispers tales of disgrace,

Eager to see and mock the orchestra’s humiliated blush,

Ready to hear then curse this illicit creation about to be shared.


In the twilight of the peculiar, where oddities find their niche,

Beneath the crescent moon’s baleful glow,

By dozens they gather as they sow,

The musicians with visions of music each.


Below in the pit, instruments tune, screech, enhance.

Is wept in broken unison a sad romance.

Maestro finally takes place, in a cloak of dusk, 

Baton in hand, raised high it must.


The crowd is suddenly hushed. 

The musicians’ hearts pounding in rush.


Before this now silent and disdaining throng, 

The orchestra prays, whimpers, frightened and forlorn:  

At tonight’s performance, a bastard song, a Strange Symphony, will be born.

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