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Luc Ferrari - Sonopsys N° 4 album mp3
Sonopsys N° 4
Radioplay, Musique Concrète, Experimental
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Around Luc Ferrari with Alexandre Yterce, Brunhild Ferrari, Radosveta Bruzaud, Francois Bayle, Denis Dufour, David Jisse and Christian Zanesi. Texts from Luc Ferrari. Passages pour mimes, tape music for theater realized 1959. J'ai été coupé for stereo tape realized 1960-1969. Commissioned par Groupe de recherches musicales (GRM). Selbsportait, Hörspiel.

Luc Ferrari (born 5th February 1929, Paris, France - died August 22th 2005, Arezzo, Italy) was a French composer. Ferrari composed works that have moved away, more or less, from purely musical preoccupations, some of which could be branches of the same tree - the problem being trying to express passing ideas, sensations and intuitions through different means, observing daily life in all its reality - social, psychological or sentimental - in the form of texts, instrumental scores, electroacoustical compositions, reports, stage works, etc.

Artists Luc Ferrari Son mémorisé. Son mémorisé Luc Ferrari. This album has an average beat per minute of 105 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 82/150 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Son mémorisé. 1. Presque rien No. 4: La remontée du village, Part 1.

Ferrari - All the official contents of the Maranello based carmaker: all the cars in the range and the great historic cars, the official Ferrari dealers, the online store and the sports activities of a brand that has distinguished Italian excellence around the world since 1947. This Sunday sees the 32nd running of the Austrian Grand Prix. It was first held in 1964 on an L-shaped track laid out on the Zeltweg aerodrome, when the winner was Lorenzo Bandini at the wheel of a Ferrari 156 F1-63. Ferrari SF90 Stradale. The cover story for the coming issue of The Official Ferrari Magazine, to be distributed from mid June, is of course dedicated to the new SF90 Stradale, photographed in action for the first time.

Les Anecdotiques - Luc Ferrari. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве. Исполнитель: Luc Ferrari.

Artist: Luc Ferrari, Song: Far-West News Episode n°1 - III, Duration: 2:08, File type: mp3. №3599617339. Luc Ferrari Egypte ô Egypte - dans ce jardin atroce. Luc Ferrari A cyprès at sunset.

Lattès 1981, p. 4 – 7. 1983 Luc Ferrari "The Music is also Word. Publication at the moment of the premiere of Morbido Symphonie in Paris on May 11, 2007.

Listen to music from Luc Ferrari like Didascalies, Unheimlich Schön & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Luc Ferrari. Ferrari was born in Paris and studied the piano under Alfred Cortot, musical analysis under Olivier Messiaen and composition under Arthur Honegger. His first works were freely atonal.


1 Passages Pour Mimes 3:14
2 J'ai Été Coupé 13:47
Selbsportait Oder Peinture De Sons Ou Bien Tonmalerei 54:41
3 1 7:53
4 2 10:03
5 3 9:24
6 4 10:49
7 5 8:02
8 6 8:27


  • Composed By – Luc Ferrari
  • Other [English Translation] – Gérard Pape, Shirley Smolderen
  • Other [Text] – Alexandre Yterce, Brunhild Ferrari, Jacqueline Caux, Jacques Lejeune, Luc Ferrari
  • Voice [Uncredited] – Brunhild Ferrari* (tracks: 2 to 8), Luc Ferrari (tracks: 2 to 8)


Passages pour mimes, tape music for theater realized 1959.
J'ai été coupé for stereo tape realized 1960-1969. Commissioned par Groupe de recherches musicales (GRM).
Selbsportait, Hörspiel in French and German language realized December 1996 - June 1997 at Studio post-bilig. Commissioned by Südwestfunk Baden-Baden (SWR).

Comes within 60-page book with original texts in French translated in English including interview/discussion between Brunhild Ferrari, David Jisse, Alexandre Yterce, François Bayle, Radosveta Bruzaud & Denis Dufour.
Cahiers Musique concrète / Acousmatique published by Licences. Directed by Alexandre Yterce and founded by Florence Gonot.

Limited numbered edition of 500.
First 15 copies are signed with two original prints.