Friday, 6 December 2013

ÉLIANE RADIGUE


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"Elemental II"
Year:  2005
Country:  France
City:  Paris
Label:  Recordings Of Sleaze Art ‎
Format:  CD
Tracks:  2
Time:  45 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:  Field Recordings,   Noise

Eliane Radigue was born in Paris. She studied electroacoustic music techniques at RTF under Pierre Shaeffer and Pierre Henry, later becoming Henry's assistant at the Studio Apsome. She has had residendes at the New York University School of the Arts, at the University of Iowa, and at the California Institute of the Arts. In 1975, Radigue became a disciple of Tibetan Buddhism. After four years of study, she began a large-scale cycle of works based on the life of the 11th century Tibetan master Milarepa. Three recordings of this work, "Songs of Milarepa," "Jetsun Mila," and "Mila's Joumey Inspired By A Dream," have been released by Lovely Music. Radigue's music has been performed throughout Europe and the United States. She currently lives in France, where she continues to compose electronic music and to study the teachings of the Tibetan lamas.
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Geelriandre - Arthesis
Year:  2003
Country:  France
City:  Paris
Artist:  Éliane Radigue
Label:  Fringes Archive
Format:  CD
Tracks:  2
Time:  45 min.
Genre:  electronic
Style:  Drone,  Minimal

Eliane Radigue was born in Paris on January, 24 1932. She studied electroacoustic music techniques at the "Studio d'essai" of the RTF under Pierre Shaeffer and Pierre Henry, later becoming Henry's assistant at the Studio Apsome in 1967 and 1968. She worked for a year at the New York University School of the Arts in 1970. Her music, its source an ARP 2500 synthesizer and medium recording tape, attracted considerable attention for its sensitive, dappled purity. She was in residence at the electronic music studios of the University of Iowa and California Institute of the Arts in 1973. In 1975, Radigue became a disciple of Tibetan Buddhism. After four years of study, she began a large-scale cycle of works based on the life of the 11th century Tibetan master Milarepa. Radigue's music has been performed throughout Europe and the United States. She currently lives in Paris, where she continues to compose electronic music and to study the teachings of the Tibetan lamas.  Eliane Radigue works with electronic sounds on tape to create an ambience within which sound seems to move in a continual flow around the listener. Her music has been described as "infinitely discreet ... next to which all other music seems to be tugging at one's sleeve for attention." Michel Chion in "Les Musiques Electroacoustiques". She was married to the french artist Arman from 1953 to 1971.
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