Jeanne Loriod

Jeanne Loriod

Also known as J. Loriod, Madame Jeanne Loriod

Discography of Jeanne Loriod:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Turangalîla-Symphonie 10 Audio 2001 EMI Classics
2 Turangalîla-Symphonie 11 Audio 1991 Deutsche Grammophon
3 C'est Un Jardin Secret, Ma Soeur, Une Source Scellé, Une Fontaine Close... • Les Courants De L'espace • Ethers • Mémoire/Erosion 4 Audio 1992 Accord
4 Turangalîla-Symphonie 11 Audio 1991
5 Messiaen: Turangalila-Symphonie / Poulenc: Concert Champetre * Organ Concerto 22 Audio 1997 EMI Classics
6 Turangalila Symphonie 11 Audio Vega
7 Concerto Pour Ondes Martenot, Concerto Pour Harpe Et Orchestre De Chambre 2 Audio 1981 Erato
8 Concerto Pour Ondes Martenot, Concerto Pour Harpe 6 Audio Erato
9 Turangalîla-Symphonie 11 Audio 1997 Musical Heritage Society
10 Turangalila Symphonie 11 Audio 1962 Vega
11 Turangalîla-Symphonie 11 Audio 2005 Deutsche Grammophon

Born 13 July 1928, Houilles; died 3 August 2001, Juan-les-Pins, France.

French player of Ondes Martenot. Sister of [a=Yvonne Loriod], pianist and wife of [a=Olivier Messiaen], whose "Turangalîla Symphony" Jeanne Loriod recorded six times.

She was the leading exponent of the ondes Martenot, invented in the 1920es by Maurice Martenot. She played with the most famous orchestras and conductors around the world, premiering more than 100 works by [a=André Jolivet], [a=Arthur Honegger] or [a=Jacques Charpentier] to name but a few.

The ondes martenot became famous for a wide audience through two scores by [a=Maurice Jarre], "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Mad Max".

In 1974 she founded an ensemble of 2, 4, 6 or 12 ondes Martenot players, called the Sextuor Jeanne Loriod.

Shortly before she died, she was to perform with the British band Radiohead.

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