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Michel Redolfi

Sons-Frissons

Label: INA - GRM

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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Over the years, Michel Redolfi has revealed our astounding auditory capacities in the water as the pioneer of underwater concerts, where music is electronically broadcast under the surface of the sea or pools to be enjoyed by floating listeners ...  Born in Marseille in 1951, Michel Redolfi developed his sound creations in the United States where, at of the age of 21, he was guest resident at several major studios. In the mid 70’s he settled in San Diego, where the Center for Music Experiment (CME) at the University of California funded his research in the field of broadcasting music in a liquid environment, a field he would entitle, “Underwater Music”. In 1981, he presented "Sonic Waters in the Pacific", the first concert in history where music was broadcast underwater for a large audience floating or submerged in diving suits.

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Cat. number: INAG 6031
Year: 2012
Notes:
"History Of Sound" (2011) Suite d'apres "Micro Espaces" commande pour les 50 ans du GRM (2008) "L'ombre De La Méduse" (2002) Echos au 11 septembre 01 "Songes Drôlatiques" (1994) Interprétation des gravures fantastiques de Rabelais pour "Pantagruel" "Sonic Immersion" (2011) Mixage air-mer de "Immersion" et "Sonic Waters" (1979-1982) "La Galaxie Du Caïman" (1990) Paysage sonore nocturne, extrait de "Carnets amazoniens" (1989-1992) Oiseaux: Chauna torquata, Aramus guarauna, Batraciens & Capivara Composition et mixage par Michel Redolfi dans les studios du GRM, du CIRM et AUDIONAUTE