The item has been added to your personal Favourites collection

luc ferrari

Presque Rien (2lp)
€ 19.90
View your shopping activity

Wishlist 0

Cart 0

luc ferrari - Presque Rien (2lp)

luc ferrari

Presque Rien (2lp)

€ 19.90

LABEL: Recollection GRM
GENRE: Electronic | FORMAT: Vinyl LPx2 | CATALOG N. REGRM 005 | YEAR. (2017)

In Stock

2017 Repress. Recollection GRM presents four musique concrète masterpieces by French electro-acoustic innovator Luc Ferrari -- all of the Presque Rien's collected together in one vinyl set for the first time. Presque rien n°1, le lever du jour au bord de la mer (1967-1970): "Following the complete disappearance of abstract sounds, we can regard this piece as a sonic snapshot and the culmination of an evolution. This is a realistic rendering (as faithful as possible) of a fishing village waking up. The first idea of minimalism." Presque rien n°2, ainsi continue la nuit dans ma tête multiple (1977): "Description of a landscape at night that a soundman attempts to define through microphones, but the night surprises the 'hunter' and creeps inside his head. It then becomes a double description: the inner landscape transforms the outer night and by composing it, adds its own reality (a fantasy of reality) or, perhaps, a psychoanalysis of his nightscape..." Presque rien avec filles (1989): "Within paradoxical landscapes, a photographer/composer is hidden while girls are having a sort of picnic on the grass. Without being aware of it, they offer him the spectacle of their intimacy." Presque rien n°4, la remontée du village (1990-1998): "I always hesitated before releasing 'Presque rien.' For instance, it took two years for the first one to come out and things went on this way. The fourth one took nine years of hesitating. But here it is. Perhaps because this is a real 'presque rien' fake where reality and lies mix. This is the ascent into the old town of Ventimiglia." --Luc Ferrari; Produced by Peter Rehberg. Layout: Stephen O'Malley. Cut by Rashad Becker at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin.

Notes   Tracklisting
There are no notes associated with this item
There are no tracklisting associated with this item