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Jacques Lejeune

Eloge de la betise ou les peripeties des Ubu

Label: INA - GRM

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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Funambulesqueries en 14 séquences adapted from Alfred Jarry's Ubu Roi, for voices, saxophones and tape. Jacques Lejeune studied music at the Schola Cantorum and the Paris Conservatory with Daniel-Lesur and Pierre Schaeffer before working with François Bayle at the Groupe de Recherches Musicales. He entered the GRM in 1968, taking charge of the “music cell for images”, where he completed various projects for stage and television. It was at his insistence that in 1978 the Ateliers de la Musique Électro-acoustique were born, in an Ina-GRM partnership with ADAC/Ville de Paris. Jacques Lejeune devised the teaching course and organised its application

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Cat. number: INA c 2024
Year: 2004