|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Ales Et Fèles||4||Audio||1987||Rosa Crux Production|
|2||Eli-Elo||3||Audio||1990||Rosa Crux Production|
|3||St. Ouen Les Profanations||2||Audio||1992||Rosa Crux Production|
|4||Proficere||12||Audio||1995||Rosa Crux Production|
|5||Noctes Insomnes||11||Audio||1998||Rosa Crux Production|
|6||In Tenebris||10||Audio||2002||Rosa Crux Production|
|7||In Tenebris||4||Audio||2002||ÜNE (r)ecords|
|8||Danse De La Terre||3||Audio||1992||Sordide Sentimental|
|9||Performances||2||Audio||1994||Rosa Crux Production|
|10||Lux In Tenebris Lucet||34||Audio||2008-03-28||Trisol|
|11||Eli-Elo||2||Audio||1990||On A Faim !|
|12||Rosa Crvx Box||36||Audio||2009-08-15||Not On Label (Rosa Crux Self-released)|
|13||Jeux De Fers||3||Audio||1995||Rosa Crux Production|
French Goth Rock ensemble founded be Olivier Tarabo in 1984 while studying at the Artschool of Rouen.
The band uses a lot of adjusted & self-built instruments, of which the B.A.M. (Batterie Acoustique Midi - a set of genuine drums played by a programmable electromagnetic process) is probably the most prominent. It even won the price of sound inventions in Paris in 2001.
Live performances of Rosa Crux are always spectacular.
The most 'simple' stage-set includes the B.A.M., 8 churchbells, a grand piano & is built around "La Danse De La Terre".
A more extended set also includes a giant metal cage in which a man takes place & is smashed against a large iron gong.
The most spectacular stage-set is called "The Iron Games" & needs 300m2 of space to be set up. It includes a whole series of inventions, rat hurdy-gurdies, resonating cones, crane-actuated lyres, water clocks, bells and gongs of all sorts, dancers covered in sound sensors, gigantic double-basses, etc.
Olivier Tarabo - Guitars, Lead Vocals
Claude Feeny - Piano, Carillon,
Hugo Lafitte - Bass
Benjamin Canu - Bagpipe
Rosa Chordis - Chord ensemble