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part unpublished recordings comprise collaborations with Jean Cocteau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.
rare pieces, most are unpublished (with collaboration with Jean
Cocteau and Jean Tinguely), this is for the very first time the
complete scope of one of the most innovative composer of the XX
century. Including 2 lighting texts by two writers and critics
Philippe Langlois (Les Cloches d'Atlantis) and Guillaume
Contré, some rare photograms from films and some handwritings
notes by Ferrari himself.
A pioneer of musique concrète at the beginning of the Groupe de Recherche Musicales in Paris (GRM), Luc Ferrari (1929-2005) is one of the most important and intriguing figures of the last forty years.
See also Jacqueline Caux: Almost Nothing with Luc Ferrari
Texts by Philippe Langlois and Guillaume Contré.
published in September 2017
3 CD + 24-page booklet
8 tracks (21'24 / 33'04 / 21'27 / 7'14 / 26'58 / 18'44 / 12'40 / 73'00)