« Papineau-Couture seems to have escaped the pull of Boulanger/Stravinsky Neoclassicism by the 1970s, when he wrote most of the pieces here, which show the mark of atonality and maybe the work of Penderecki or other Eastern Europeans…The performers of these works are to be commended for their easy ability with the advanced language and their realization of its expressive potential. »
– Robert Kirzinger, Fanfare

« For Jean Papineau-Couture, having both Robert Aitken and Louis-Philippe Pelletier play on an album of your music is the sports equivalent of buying Gretzky AND Mario Lemieux for you hockey team. »
– Alan Gasser, Music Magazine

1. Idée

2-5. Dialogues

6. Départ

7. Verségères

8. Slano

9. Nuit