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Ferrari, Luc: Photophonie [VINYL]

Label: Transversales Disques
Product Code: 27940
Catalog Code: TRANSVERS 014LP
Country: France
Price: $29.95

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To mark the 90th anniversary of his birth, Transversales Disques is reissuing electraoustic composer and pioneer Luc Ferrari's 1989 work "Photophonie", along with "Il etait une fois" (1973), "Trans-Voices" (1992), and "Leica" (1977), in a great overview of his work as co-founder of the GRM and with French Radio's Groupe de Musique Concrete.

Ferrari, Luc: Music Promenade / Unheimlich Schon [VINYL]

Label: Recollection GRM
Product Code: 27183
Catalog Code: REGRM 022LP
Country: Austria
Price: $22.95

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Two works from French composer Luc Ferrari: "Music Promenade" (1964-69) an electroacoustic work for four stand-alone tape recorders presenting a series of colliding realistic sounds and sonic images; and "Unheimlich Schon" (1971), a quiet work of Musique concrete with spoken word--"How does a young woman breathe when thinking about something else?"

Ferrari, Luc: Atelier De Liberation De La Musique [VINYL]

Label: Alga Marghen
Product Code: 25843
Catalog Code: NMN 156LP
Country: Italy
Price: $28.95

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Six recordings from Luc Ferrari's Atelier De Liberation De La Musique, a collective he created together with Martin Davorin Jagodic (electric piano), Philippe Besombes (synthesizer), and Alain Petit (sax, clarinet & flute) in 1975 for a series of performances at the Galliera Museum in Paris to take place within an audio-visual labyrinth.

Komuna// Warszawa: plays Luc Ferrari Tautologos III

Label: Bolt
Product Code: 21114
Catalog Code: BR POP11
Country: Poland
Price: $14.95

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A fascinating rendering of Ferrari's Tautology--everyday activities enacted in gesture, noises, words, &c.--used as a framework for a chamber work where the performers recorded their parts independently, which were then overlapped and played alongside Ferrari's tapes and narration.