Guy Reibel

Also known as Reibel
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Discography of Guy Reibel:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Solfège De L'Objet Sonore 322 Audio 2005
2 Suite Pour Edgar Poe 9 Audio 1983
3 Granulations-Sillages / Franges Du Signe 10 Audio 1978 INA-GRM
4 Langages Imaginaires 5 Audio 1983 INA-GRM
5 Chœurs Imaginaires 15 Audio 2000 INA-GRM
6 Granulations-Sillages / Franges Du Signe / Signal Sur Bruit 22 Audio 1994
7 Solfège De L'Objet Sonore 10 Audio 1983
8 À Mille Et Une Voix 3 Audio 1969 Erato
9 Solfège De L'Objet Sonore 37 Audio 1967 Office de Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française (ORTF)
10 Variations En Étoile / Deux Études Aux Modulations / Suite Pour Edgar Poe 9 Audio 1979 INA-GRM
11 String Quartets 1 & 2 - Lux Aeterna - Ramifications - Choral Works - Six Bagatelles 55 Audio 2010 EMI Classics
12 Oeuvres Vocales: Lux Aeterna, Etc. 26 Audio 1990
13 Babylone 3 Audio 1987 Musique Française d'Aujourd'hui
14 Rabelais Ou La Naissance Du Verbe 17 Audio 1995 Musique Française d'Aujourd'hui

Guy Reibel (1936, Strasbourg, France) is a conductor, a composer, a teacher and a promoter of electroacoustic music. Reibel studied music at the Conservatoire de Paris (now CNSM). He has been a member of the Groupe de recherches musicales (GRM) from 1963 to 1983. He's also responsible for the realization of the sonic version of the Traité des objets musicaux from Pierre Schaeffer.

Producer from 1977 to 1986 for public radio stations France Culture & France Musique. Founder of the choir workshop of Radio France focused on premiering challenging contemporary works. Conductor of Groupe Vocal de France from 1986 to 1990 with which he recorded the complete Ligeti works for voice. Now conductor of Radio France Choir on a regularly basis from 1991.

First assistant of Pierre Schaeffer during his electroacoustic composition courses at CNSM before fully establishing himself as a teacher from 1976.

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