Ivo Malec - 3L mp3 album
Style: Musique Concrète, Contemporary
Date of release: 1971
Size MP3: 1455 mb
Size FLAC: 1933 mb
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Composed By – Ivo Malec. timings as handwritten on labels. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
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Ivo Malec was born in Zagreb, Croatia. In 1959, he settled in France and joined Pierre Schaeffer in what was to become the GRM (Groupe de Recherches Musicales) one year later. He however considers his works written after 1960 as his first mature compositions. His work at the GRM was to prove extremely fruitful for his later musical progress.
Sonoris causa, for large orchestra Work. Luxembourg Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Arturo Tamayo Conductor. Ottava alta, concerto for violin and orchestra. Exempla, for large orchestra Work.
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Ivo Malec (born 30 March 1925 in Zagreb) is a Croatian-born French composer, music educator and conductor. One of the earliest Yugoslav composers to obtain high international regard, his works have been performed by symphony orchestras throughout Europe and North America. Coming from a rather 'classical' background, he met Pierre Schaeffer whom he considers his 'true and only master'; Schaeffer's teachings turned Malec into one of the most important leaders of the Groupe de recherches musicales.
Ivo Malec: Sonoris Causa Ottava Alta Exempla. Like his friend Iannis Xenakis, Croatian composer Ivo Malec found the unique convergence of techniques and technologies in postwar Paris ideally suited to his creative needs. French developments in the 1950s of musique concrète, electro-acoustic music, and explorations of the sonic spectrum contributed importantly to Malec's music, and his experimentation in those early years still bears fruit in these masterful works of the 1990s. Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, Raphael Oleg, Arturo Tamayo.
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Conductor – Rudolf BaumgartnerEnsemble – Festival Strings Lucerne
Choir – Ljubljana Radio-Television Chorus*Conductor – Samo HubadOrchestra – Ljubljana Radio-Television Orchestra*
- Composed By – Ivo Malec
NotesSilver foil front and back cover, green labels.
The magnetic tapes of "Luminétudes" and "Lumina" were recorded in the studios of the Groupe de Recherches de l'O.R.T.F. (Musical Research Group) of the French National Radio in Paris. The recording of "Lied" (which won the Yugoslavian Radio-Television prize) was made by the Ljubljana Radio. That of "Lumina" was made by the Basel Radio at the Lucerne Festival during the first performance.
Luminétudes for magnetic tape
Lumina for 12 strings and magnetic tape
Lied for strings and voices
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