Cover art - Luc Ferrari: Music Promenade / Unheimlich SchönCover art - Luc Ferrari: Music Promenade / Unheimlich SchönCover art - Luc Ferrari: Music Promenade / Unheimlich SchönCover art - Luc Ferrari: Music Promenade / Unheimlich SchönCover art - Luc Ferrari: Music Promenade / Unheimlich Schön
Luc Ferrari: Music Promenade / Unheimlich Schön
Classic, pioneering Electroacoustic Music from French INA-GRM institution

Music Promenade (1964–1969), 20’29

World premiere for the Théâtre de la musique, March 16, 1970 « Hétéro-Concert »

Permanent version for four stand-alone tape recorders. A series of colliding realistic sounds and sonic images. Whilst walking, a man is struck by the violence of his surroundings.

Nature has disappeared in a whirlwind of warfare and industry in the midst of which he encounters a dying folklore and a lost young girl. The "Installation" version is used to sonify a place in which walkers are free to choose their musical itinerary.

Unheimlich Schön (1971), 15’40
Musique concrète made in 1971 in the studios of the Südwestfunk in Baden-Baden. Voice: Ilse Mengel.

How does a young woman breathe when thinking about something else ?”

To be listened to at a low volume.