Miniature for mezzo soprano, tenor, and live electronics

I was thrilled when Isabelle Jost, singer and professor at the Montbéliard conservatory, came up with a composition project for students of hers. To collaborate with colleagues who are great artists is among the missions and the pleasures of working in a dynamic pedagogical team.
I just finished a draft of a very short piece for mezzo & tenor: they are going to perform it at their final recital this year, along with classical and romantic style.
Live electronics are performed by the singers themselves, using Roland VE-20 vocal processors.
Here is the score draft:
The lyrics come from two anagrams, in French. Will you find them?


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