Éliane Radigue

Éliane Radigue (born 1932 in Paris) is considered one of the most innovative and influential contemporary composers, from her early electronic music through to her acoustic work of the last fifteen years. Influenced by musique concrète and shaped by regular sojourns in the United States, where she discovered analogue synthesisers, her work unfolds an intensity which is at once subtle and monumental. Through her deep reflections on sound and listening, not only her music but also her working methods have come to shape a widely resonating set of new parameters for working with sound as musical material.
Éliane Radigue - Éliane Radigue / Ensemble Dedalus / Ryoko Akama (CD)
Montagne Noire / GMEA
currently out of stock
Two pieces written by Éliane Radigue at the same period (2014-2018), one instrumental (recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris by Ensemble Dedalus) and the other electronic (performed by Ryoko Akama).
Éliane Radigue - 11 Dec 1980 (2 CD)
Important Records
On December 11, 1980 Eliane Radigue performed live on KPFA. Her full performance is included here, remastered, on two compact discs. Upon hearing these performances for the first time in many years Radigue declared them to be the best versions she'd ever heard.
Éliane Radigue - Opus 17 (2 CD)
Important Records
A major turning-point in the sonic oeuvre of Eliane Radigue.
Éliane Radigue - Sound American - The OCCAM Issue
English edition
Sound American
sold out
An issue dedicated to Éliane Radigue's ground-breaking compositional work, OCCAM Ocean as seen through the eyes of her chevaliers de Occam, the performers who, in collaboration with Radigue, have brought the sprawling musical eco-system to life.
Éliane Radigue - Intermediary Spaces
bilingual edition (English / French)
umland / Q-O2
restocking in progress
currently out of stock
In the long interview that forms the body of this publication, Éliane Radigue talks about her work, her reflections and underlying research, as well as her historical context. The publication also contains a commented list of works and Radigue's programmatic text on The Mysterious Power of the Infinitesimal.

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