French composer Pierre Henry (1927-2017) is considered as one of the fathers of electroacoustic music. He started studying music as early as the age of seven. In 1944, guided by Olivier Messiaen, he imagined and started composing music for the future. His meeting with Pierre Schaeffer was crucial for his creation. Inventing new technical composition processes which in time have become widely used on a large scale, he has constantly given this music a far reaching power no one expected at the start. He has also invented his own sound, as easily distinguishable as the sound of the most famous jazz musician.
The never released before piece Un Monde Lacéré by electroacoustic music pioneer Pierre Henry, a stunning special tribute to Jacques Villeglé and his work, recorded in 2008 in studio Son/Ré.