Groupe De Recherches Musicales De La RTF - Musique Concrète mp3 flacPerformer: Groupe De Recherches Musicales De La RTF
Title: Musique Concrète
Style: Musique Concrète
Size MP3 version: 1775 mb
Size FLAC version: 1869 mb
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Groupe De Recherches Musicales De La RTF - Musique Concrète mp3 flac
? In 1959, Groupe de recherches musicales & Pierre Schaeffer published the compilation Musique concrete 1959 No. 1, it is the first compilations of concrete.
Style: Musique Concrete, Experimental.
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This is an exquisite collection of musique concrete pieces. One of the best musique concrete compositions and a soundtrack to stimulate the imagination, "Tautologos II" by Luc Ferrari features masses of speech-inflected, tape-manipulated sounds like conversations amongst alien beings, bizarre glasslike drones (rotating metal resonators on piano strings), and humorous mobiles of sounds that combine and recombine.
Groupe de Musique Concrete, Club d'Essai - 1951 was a very important year for the development of concrete music. The new acquisitions gave renewed stimulus to the activities of composers, so as to require a new name: Studio d'Essai was replaced with Groupe de Musique Concrete, Club d'Essai. Groupe de Recherches Musicales - In 1958 there was another change of name. The acronym Groupe de Musique Concrete, Club d'Essai was replaced with Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM). This name, even today, identifies the activities that pertain to Musique Concrete
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It succeeded the previous "Groupe de recherche de musique concrete" (GRMC) created in 1951 which replaced the "Studio d'Essai" also founded by Pierre Schaeffer in 1944. Since 1975, GRM is part of INA and therefore often spelled INA-GRM. GRM published electro-acoustic music records under the label INA-GRM.
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7 Groupe de Recherches Musicales. Traite des objets musicaux. By 1951 the work of Schaeffer, st Pierre Henry, and sound engineer Jacques Poullin had received official recognition and The Groupe de Recherches de Musique Concrete, Club d 'Essai de la Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise was established at RTF in Paris, the ancestor of the ORTF (Lange 2009, 173).
2 Groupe de Recherche de Musique Concrete. Groupe de Recherches Musicales. Pierre Henry's composing talent developed greatly during this period at the GRMC and he worked with experimental filmmakers such as Max de Haas, Jean Gremillon, Enrico Fulchignoni, and Jean Rouch, and with choreographers including Dick Sanders and Maurice Bejart (Gayou 2007, 206). Schaeffer returned to run the group at the end of 1957, and immediately stated his disapproval of the direction the GRMC had taken.
Musique concrete (French pronunciation:, meaning "concrete music") is a genre of electroacoustic music that is made in part from acousmatic sound, or sound without an apparent originating cause.
|A2||–Luc Ferrari||Étude Aux Sons Tendus|
|A3||–Michel Philippot||Ambiance I|
|B1||–Henri Sauguet||Aspect Sentimental|
|B2||–Pierre Schaeffer||Étude Aux Sons Animés|
|B3||–Luc Ferrari||Étude Aux Accidents|
|B4||–Pierre Schaeffer||Étude Aux Allures|
- Published By – Éditions De La Boîte À Musique
- Printed By – Imp. Desgrandchamps
- Layout – Planet*
- Liner Notes – Olivier Messiaen
- Music Director – Pierre Schaeffer
- Photography – Blanchard
- Recorded By – Groupe De Recherches Musicales Du Service De La Recherche De La RTF.*
NotesThese recordings (from which some in an abridged version) were previously released as two 45 RPM records (BAM): EX 241 and EX 242.
This LP release contains complete versions.
Unlike its close neighbour Various - Musique Concrète, this release correctly lists track A3's track number on the back cover. However, the jacket lists the track's title as Étude Aux Sons, whereas Side B's label shows the full track title: Étude Aux Sons Animés.
Both sides' runouts contain unidentified stamped symbols. See pictures for a close up at each of them.
Made in France
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): LD 070 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): LD 070 B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Stamped): [unknown symbol] BAM LD 070 ALN1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Stamped): 5 [6 unknown symbols] BAM LD 070 B LN 1
- Rights Society: B.I.E.M.
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