Luc Ferrari

Co-founder of the Groupe de Recherche Musicales in Paris (GRM) with Pierre Schaeffer in 1958, Luc Ferrari (1929-2005) is a pioneer and a major figure of musique concrète and electroacoustic music, soon to pave his own path of individualistic expressions of minimalist music, musical theater, field recordings, orchestral music and soundtracks.

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Luc Ferrari - Solitude Transit - Bandes magnétiques inédites (1989-1990) (vinyl LP)
Transversales Disques
Unpublished and outstanding archival recordings by electroacoustic music pioneer Luc Ferrari: a piece in three acts composed in 1989 for contemporary dance, choreographed by Anne-Marie Reynaud.
Luc Ferrari - Complete Music For Films - 1960-1984 (3 CD)
Sub Rosa
sold out
This 3CD set gathers the complete work by Luc Ferrari for films  from 1960 to 1984 including electronic pieces, concrete music made in GRM and some hybrid including traditional instruments. These rare and for the most part unpublished recordings comprise collaborations with Jean Cocteau and Jean Tinguely.
Luc Ferrari - Tinguely 1967 (vinyl LP)
Sub Rosa
currently out of stock
Unreleased recordings composed for the cinema and the television.
Luc Ferrari - Musiques dans les spasmes - Ecrits (1951-2005)
French edition
Les presses du réel – Music & Sound Arts – Misceallenous
Luc Ferrari's writings, most of them previously unpublished.
Luc Ferrari - Tautologos III / Havresac (CD)
A meeting of the GOL group with Brunhild Meyer-Ferrari around the piece composed in 1969 by Luc Ferrari, and an improvisation.
Luc Ferrari - Programme Commun (2 CD)
Sub Rosa
Three substantial pieces by Luc Ferrari, with solo works of Brunhild Ferrari.

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