Two characters wonder about birdsong. One of them affirms that a page of text lies at the origin. The dialogue that ensues is evocative of a series of images of familiar objects and of the snowed over countryside of Presseux Village. The influence of the winter landscape orients the conversation towards the idea of whiteness and silence. The action slows down. The situation, that becomes more and more calm, provokes the apparition of the text that lies at the origin of birdsong. Two birds sing 100 x TCHIP TCHIP. Birdsong is a happy omen for lovers.

This work has been digitised in the frame of DCA Project