Bernard Parmegiani: De Natura Sonorum (1975)

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    Bernard Parmegiani (1927-2013): De Natura Sonorum (1975).
    Création 3 Juin 1975, Paris.
    Dédié a Michel Descombey et au Ballet Indépendiente de Mexico.
    1re Série:
    I. Incidences/ Résonances
    II. Accidents/ Harmoniques
    III. Géologie Sonore
    IV. Etude élastique
    V. Conjugaison du Timbre
    2e Série:
    I. Natures éphémères
    II. Matières induites
    III. Ondes Croisées
    IV. Pleins et Déliés
    V. Points contre Champs
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day 3 I'm listening.. it's a drug :)

Vor 10 Tage
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this is so Godly Play: Bruegel’s ‘Children’s Games’

Vor 12 Tage
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this music predates even John cage.. it also mimics himalayan bowl singing ..CAVE PAINTIBG --this enters every part of your ear canal even if you thought it was dead! it's not dead ! Eno, Fripp, Kaftwerk, LAST BUT not least Kurzweil.. this is what one thing I've been searching for my WHOLE LIFE !

Vor 12 Tage
Joel Walter
Joel Walter

Ray Kurzweil never composed any music. He was an insane transhumanist who thought humanity could be uploaded to artificial intelligence because he missed his daddy. Humans can not combine with machines, if you believe that then you are evil.

Vor 3 Tage
shamus jubenal
shamus jubenal

I came for the interesting picture but stayed for the emotive music. What is the picture of though?

Vor 23 Tage
Joao Santos
Joao Santos

Sounds can talk!!

Vor Monat
tigress and the u-fraidees
tigress and the u-fraidees

amazing work

Vor Monat
Filthy Light Switch
Filthy Light Switch

So good!

Vor Monat
Beckoning Chasm
Beckoning Chasm

Very interesting.

Vor 2 Monate
Grunde
Grunde

1975

Vor 3 Monate
Andrea Liberovici
Andrea Liberovici

masterpiece

Vor 4 Monate
teadrinkerfication
teadrinkerfication

We listened to the first couple of minutes of this in my Electronic Music class, but woah! What happens next is amazing!

Vor 4 Monate
Charlotte Munn-Wood
Charlotte Munn-Wood

dam this slaps

Vor 4 Monate
spagetti001
spagetti001

Géologie Sonore fucks me up big time. absolutely amazing

Vor 5 Monate
evolutionary transgression
evolutionary transgression

I've listened to a fair bit of collage, musique concrete and experimental electronic music in general over the last quarter century... dis wonz a killah

Vor 5 Monate
yopo2000
yopo2000

Echo's of 'Ondes Croisées' created the best Autechre tracks like Gantz Graf and Confield.

Vor 7 Monate
Yshgdtsggsg Twudhgs
Yshgdtsggsg Twudhgs

I need boy friend

Vor 7 Monate
hehey nop
hehey nop

demasiado lindo

Vor 9 Monate
decobocopithec
decobocopithec

Put, stá bien chingona la cosa!

Vor 9 Monate
facundo jankunas
facundo jankunas

I think my brain is more bigger than my head now

Vor 9 Monate
Gianluigi Biagini
Gianluigi Biagini

How can a genius harmonize its delirium to compose a masterpiece such this? A mystery for me.

Vor 9 Monate
Tera Mangala Meditation Music - Ambient music
Tera Mangala Meditation Music - Ambient music

Hatred is blind, as well as love.

Vor 9 Monate
Shaagar Snekkerson
Shaagar Snekkerson

Is the first time that I hear this music and the first time I've known this composer, this is stunning and absolutely wonderful

Vor 10 Monate
German Arens
German Arens

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqgrPP3ryqg&t=7s&fbclid=IwAR2sfpv4xNDA9WpvA50VulCxOJia781IF3bpM2OmL6MyJpMQgvvdvgIYBPw

Vor 10 Monate
Коля Дыхне
Коля Дыхне

15:00

Vor 10 Monate
account9434
account9434

so many advertisements in between. #fml love the music so ok.

Vor 11 Monate
Paul Smith
Paul Smith

ooff. I was wearing headphones and did that first noise ever hurt my ears.

Vor 11 Monate
Dragonóide
Dragonóide

Ondes Croisées and Pleins et Déliés both have strangely sexual undertones.

Vor 11 Monate
#culturalivre.br
#culturalivre.br

alucicrazy!

Vor year
chrisgrim503
chrisgrim503

Stare and focus on the eye on the bottom of the video and listen to Accidents/ Harmoniques. actually any of the tracks work too

Vor year
thegreatreverendx
thegreatreverendx

So basically Autechre have spent their entire careers ripping off this guy and Morton Subotnick.

Vor year
pa2kas
pa2kas

Accidents/Harmoniques has a very strong Zappa-feel...

Vor year
forgotten media
forgotten media

The seagull who lives in my head recommended this

Vor year
Florent Combe
Florent Combe

J'ai l'impression de passer un IRM à certains passages même si ça fait de l'effet son oeuvre ^^

Vor year
Cla Ida
Cla Ida

Je remercierai jamais assez les Tontons flingueurs pour m'avoir fait découvrir ce type de musique.

Vor year
notaire2
notaire2

Musique concrète! Danke fürs wertvolle Onlinestellen!

Vor year
Per Nordin
Per Nordin

A totally new name for me! Thank you! Lovely music, but I would - as the the first part of the music - place it in the mid or late 50:s rather than 1975, but as I get further into the piece I do hear the later influences... I can sort-of hear the precursor to e.g. Åke Parmerud. Beautiful. I shall look for more of him and add this piece as a musical favorite.

Vor year
TheAuralab
TheAuralab

💚

Vor year
p07a
p07a

Today, I got a hold of the version from Bandcamp, which revealed to me that this YouTube version is missing a movements from each series (two mvmts missing in total). Where did this (YouTube) version come from?

Vor year
p07a
p07a

Taha Erreda thank you for your insight! It was a rather strange experience listening to the newer version. On the other hand, I’m quite proud of myself that I realized “huh something sounds strange”

Vor year
Taha Erreda
Taha Erreda

Well this one is the original release. The master himself came out with a reissue in may 2013, with two additional tracks, bfore he pass away later that same year.

Vor year
Amedeo
Amedeo

fl studio gang

Vor year
vano
vano

5:50 6:55 7:25 8:12 0:55 14:30 15:48

Vor year
pandadu35
pandadu35

cette musique me donne envie d'aller au mcdo

Vor year
Ignis Natura
Ignis Natura

so interesant

Vor year
liamsimpson1994
liamsimpson1994

I'm a simple man. I see a name that resembles a cheese I'm fond of, I click.

Vor year
Filthy Light Switch
Filthy Light Switch

@mars bar Ha ha ha. A good one!

Vor Monat
Jeromino
Jeromino

same

Vor 5 Monate
Pete Detective
Pete Detective

I'm a complicated chap. I despise cheese. I came here to do battle with my nemesis in defence of the Holy Order of Saint Bernard.

Vor 6 Monate
mars bar
mars bar

Same. It's how I found out about the great avant garde French Horn player, Tyson Feta

Vor 11 Monate
Calamity In Action
Calamity In Action

liamsimpson1994 You must have watched Biggie Cheese - Mr. Boombastic too many times

Vor year
gayane balyan
gayane balyan

Vor year
midinerd
midinerd

spoiler alert - 48:15

Vor year
Soumya Shanker
Soumya Shanker

Unbelievably good.

Vor year
Luis Augusto
Luis Augusto

Não, obrigadinho.

Vor year
Huxley Invisible
Huxley Invisible

Perfect.

Vor year
Sasha king crimson
Sasha king crimson

💻💻💻💻

Vor year
Jason Tibi
Jason Tibi

Was this really made in the 70s?

Vor year
sonicsnap117
sonicsnap117

I love so much the works of both Francois Bayle and Bernard Parmegiani. Vive la musique acousmatique!!

Vor 2 years
SuperMagren
SuperMagren

Nonsense. Typical for our time. Though this is madness, yet there is method in it....

Vor 2 years
a guy
a guy

As i'm not used to this aproach to music, the sound of this comes out as having a horrific nature, but I think that's just my brain confused, so I think I should ask to those who are used to this, what kind of emotion does it evoke to you?

Vor 2 years
Francisco Aranda
Francisco Aranda

Catharsis.

Vor 2 years
Metalheads React
Metalheads React

Masterpiece!

Vor 2 years
pelodelperro
pelodelperro

Such a beautiful piece.

Vor 2 years
Emmanuele Perra
Emmanuele Perra

"De Natura Sonorum" a real classic.

Vor 2 years
Breard Didier
Breard Didier

I love acousmatic music! If you like this piece, listen to François Bayle's music. It's fantastic too!

Vor 2 years
UnexpectedExpressive
UnexpectedExpressive

Excellent

Vor 2 years
marco pivetta
marco pivetta

creepy stuff

Vor 2 years
sebastián duarte
sebastián duarte

so beautiful

Vor 2 years
Michel zenitud
Michel zenitud

🔊🔊🔊🔊🔊🔊🔊🔊🔊🔊🔊🔊🎧✌👌 J'adore 👌

Vor 2 years
discordant dancers
discordant dancers

oh fuck he died

Vor 2 years
Maxime Ferri
Maxime Ferri

Is it the demogorgon? HELP

Vor 2 years
JZ's Best Friend
JZ's Best Friend

'De Natura Sonorum', Is that what they called a trip back in '75?

Vor 2 years
Riccardo Antolini
Riccardo Antolini

this is so deep and compelling that it is no surprise that autechre asked him to perform at the ATP festival they organized in 2003, was an honour to be part of it.

Vor 2 years
Kuang-Li Cheng
Kuang-Li Cheng

rare

Vor 3 years
Jérémie Kann-Ben Sadoun
Jérémie Kann-Ben Sadoun

bullshit

Vor 3 years
James O'Callaghan
James O'Callaghan

If anyone is interested, I made a transcription of the second movement for instrumental sextet: https://soundcloud.com/james-ocallaghan/accidents-harmoniques-bernard-parmegiani-transcription-standing-wave

Vor 3 years
Jean Reibel
Jean Reibel

Dingue

Vor 3 years
Master Chain
Master Chain

Wellesz does it again. You guys really know your shit.

Vor 3 years
Wilhelm Matthies
Wilhelm Matthies

same pitches examined in different timbres and circumstances, then contrasted and transformed to new contexts,...what a beauty!

Vor 3 years
Wilhelm Matthies
Wilhelm Matthies

....in one part...

Vor 3 years
ShellacSoup
ShellacSoup

Incredible, rich universe of sound. Clue me in, though: is this the original 1975 recording of this album, or a live version recorded later? Because if this is indeed the original, this man was clearly a prophetic genius.

Vor 3 years
psyberian
psyberian

I've finally found it. The perfect homework music.

Vor 3 years
Huma Venado
Huma Venado

La cima de la música concreta. Una conmovedora, extraña y poderosísima obra maestra. Al nivel de las mejores composiciones del siglo XX.

Vor 3 years
Gérard Begni
Gérard Begni

The title is an allusion to Penderecki's de natura sonoris 1 and 2, but the work of Parmagiani on the soound material is much more rigorous and ascetic than that of Penderecki. This is an attractive study.

Vor 3 years
Lonely Kid
Lonely Kid

wowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowow.......19 FLIPPIN 75 WHATTTT?!?!?!

Vor 3 years
Nostalgic Modernist
Nostalgic Modernist

Did not know this work before ... I really was delighted by it, somewhat to my surprise! Thanks for taking me down an unexpected path.

Vor 3 years
Gilles Aniorte-Tomassian
Gilles Aniorte-Tomassian

r.i.p Michel Descombey

Vor 3 years
educostanzo
educostanzo

After repeated listens, I have to say that I find this a fantastic record. This is as abstract as my wandering musical mind "gets" but it's just amazing how every single sound in this album has a completely distinguished character. They bubble, bounce, grind and soar through the ambiences, and the result it's sometimes tickling, sometimes abrasive, sometimes even melodic, but ALWAYS surprising. I'd really like to know if this record exerted some direct influence on artists such as Aphex Twin (Druqks era), because they aurally have much in common. Thanks for the upload!

Vor 3 years
Tentsio
Tentsio

Very direct influence on Aphex Twin and many other electronic music artists. Parmegiani is one of the greatest.

Vor year
Sound8Vision
Sound8Vision

Damn right.

Vor 3 years
educostanzo
educostanzo

This sound reminds me particularly of some Aphex Twin works.

Vor 3 years
Jacint Rosa
Jacint Rosa

Excellent work, I love how the torrent of ideas coming dance at this glorious introspective masterpiece.

Vor 3 years
Mazurka1001
Mazurka1001

...it piques one's curiosity for awhile at least...

Vor 4 years
Peter Irish
Peter Irish

That was a magical sound experience, I am so glad to discover this. Thank you for the upload....now I have to spend at least 60 bucks for a copy on vinyl, but I think I will pay the price, because this is worth it.

Vor 4 years
s c
s c

This likely will sound better. If it's out of print don't bother.

Vor year
Monier Erick
Monier Erick

They will graze 2 years later like the last comment .....

Vor 4 years
Monier Erick
Monier Erick

We can listen to this while we see australian sheeps grazing ......

Vor 4 years
Grant Simpson
Grant Simpson

This is a banger for da club

Vor 4 years
Marco M
Marco M

sound like sweet home alabama

Vor 6 Monate
Richard Gribbin
Richard Gribbin

dubsteppers warming up

Vor year
midinerd
midinerd

slaps af

Vor year
Kamui Mosir
Kamui Mosir

IV. Etude élastique 13:37 So the possum is stuck inside some kind of plastic container while someone is playing racquetball, later he manages to get him and his cage outside where there's a thunder storm.

Vor 4 years
colin6768
colin6768

Wonder if Parmegiani listened to Zappa. Parts of this remind me of Nasal Retentive Calliope Music.

Vor 4 years
Machete Moonlight
Machete Moonlight

Well they both listened to Karlheinz Stockhausen.

Vor 3 years
michele beart
michele beart

**************

Vor 4 years
Damir Plicanic
Damir Plicanic

@Wellesz you are awesome.

Vor 4 years
MollyWh0p
MollyWh0p

Like an abstract Capt. Beefheart

Vor 4 years
feverboat
feverboat

does anyone know who did the artwork for the cover shown in the video? thanks in advance

Vor 4 years
Neuron a
Neuron a

Amazing!,the best sounds

Vor 4 years
Juliana
Juliana

This is unbelievable, thanks for sharing

Vor 4 years
Thomas Patteson
Thomas Patteson

This is a true masterpiece of electronic music, and of 20th-century music all told.

Vor 4 years
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its so fucked up and off the and denies everything.. Ive been a weird music nut for like 40 years and ENO ertc thank gawd I found this ! love kraftwerk and old pink floyd THIS shit is GOLD

Vor 12 Tage
9string bassplayer
9string bassplayer

Fascinating composition.

Vor 4 years
hsfq
hsfq

33:10 mmmmmmhhhhhhhhh

Vor 4 years
hsfq
hsfq

so intriguing!

Vor 4 years
Robert Berger
Robert Berger

Parmegiani's music is so cheesy ! LOL !

Vor 4 years
Robin Thiodet
Robin Thiodet

Délicieusement con.

Vor 3 years
svantearrhenius1
svantearrhenius1

No Mozartrella for me, thanks! Parmegiani is gouda enough for me :)

Vor 4 years
svantearrhenius1
svantearrhenius1

ΑΗΑΗΑΗΗ

Vor 4 years
svantearrhenius1
svantearrhenius1

GODDAMMIT I THOUGHT IT COULDN'T GET ANY BETTER

Vor 4 years
Lili Aurora
Lili Aurora

hahaha funny :p

Vor 4 years

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