Ivo Malec

Also known as I. Malec, Malec
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.ivo-malec.fr/

Discography of Ivo Malec:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Doppio Coro / Artemisia / Triola / Cantate Pour Elle / Week-end / Luminétudes / Reflets / Dahovi / Lumina 9 Audio 1995
2 Attacca 4 Audio 1989 Éditions Salabert
3 Triola 6 Audio 1978 INA-GRM
4 Sigma, Lumina, Etc... 7 Audio 1981 INA-GRM
5 Vox, Vocis, F / Nuda / Lumina 3 Audio 1983 INA-GRM
6 3L 3 Audio 1971 Philips
7 Ottava Bassa / Cantate Pour Elle / Arco-11 3 Audio 1990 Erato
8 Sigma / Cantate Pour Elle / Dahovi / Miniatures Pour Lewis Carroll 4 Audio 1969
9 Sigma / Cantate Pour Elle / Dahovi / Miniatures Pour Lewis Carroll 4 Audio 1970 Philips
10 Oral / Synaxis 2 Audio Musical Heritage Society
11 Oral / Synaxis 2 Audio 1968 Erato
12 Triola 6 Audio Avant Garde Project
13 Œuvres Pour Orchestre Et Formations De Chambre 9 Audio 1999 Motus
14 Danaé / Dodécaméron 2 Audio 1972 Office de Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française (ORTF)
15 Triola Ou Symphonie Pour Moi-Même 7 Audio 2012-12-00 Recollection GRM
16 Œuvres Pour Orchestre 3 Audio 2004 Timpani
17 Epistola / Arc-En-Cello 2 Audio 2009 Timpani


Ivo Malec (1925, Zagreb, Croatia) studied composition at Zagreb University and within the Academy of Music. Living in Paris since 1955, he began in 1959 to be an active member of the Groupe de musique concrète directed by Pierre Schaeffer. He then started to work at the Research Services of the french national broadacsting services (ORTF) and within the Groupe de recherche musicale (GRM). He's the co-founder of Ensemble Musique Plus, and he's teaching compostion at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique in Paris from 1972 to 1990, pursuing at the same period his conductor work. He received five times the Grand prix du disque, one time the Grand prix de la Sacem et Grand prix national de la musique.


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