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Cinq études de bruits by Pierre Schaeffer

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    Cinq études de bruits (Five Studies of Noises) is a collection of musical compositions by Pierre Schaeffer. The five études were composed in 1948 and are the earliest pieces of musique concrète, a form of electroacoustic music that utilises recorded sounds as a compositional resource. The five études were composed at the studio Schaeffer established at RTF (now ORTF), Studio d'Essai. The works were premiered via a broadcast on 5 October 1948, titled Concert de bruits.
    Track Listings:
    1 Étude aux chemins de fer - trains
    2 Étude aux tourniquets - toy tops and percussion instruments
    3 Étude violette - piano sounds recorded for Schaeffer by Boulez
    4 Étude noire - piano sounds recorded for Schaeffer by Boulez
    5 Étude pathétique - sauce pans, canal boats, singing, speech, harmonica, piano
    Artist Name(s):
    Pierre Schaeffer
    Producer(s):
    Pierre Schaeffer
    Release Year: 1948
    Style:
    Experimental
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    LP 33 1/3
    Studio Name:
    studio Schaeffer
    Engineer(s): Pierre Schaeffer
    Liscense:
    Copyright
    Location:
    France
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