Ragnar Grippe

Ragnar Grippe

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Swedish composer and electronic music pioneer, born October 15, 1951 in Stockholm.
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Albums

Ragnar Grippé* Sand (Album) Shandar, Shandar France 1977 このバージョンを出品
LP-74 Ragnar Grippe Electronic Compositions(LP, Album) BIS LP-74 Germany 1977 このバージョンを出品
7C 062-35853 Ragnar Grippe Lost Secrets(LP, Album) EMI 7C 062-35853 Sweden 1981 このバージョンを出品
Ragnar Grippe Ten Temperaments (Album) BIS Germany 1982 このバージョンを出品
BIS-CD-820 Ragnar Grippe Requiem(CD, Album) BIS BIS-CD-820 Austria 1996 このバージョンを出品
none Ragnar Grippe Soundtrack Without A Movie(2xCDr, Album) X5 Music Group none Europe 2010 このバージョンを出品
CRI SD 364 John Melby, Ronald Perera, Ragnar Grippe, Bengt Emil Johnson John Melby, Ronald Perera, Ragnar Grippe, Bengt Emil Johnson - International Electronics(LP) Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI) CRI SD 364 Unknown このバージョンを出品
MAT 194 CD David Hynes (2), Jan Sjönneby, Ragnar Grippe David Hynes (2), Jan Sjönneby, Ragnar Grippe - Orchestral Landscapes In Time And Place(CD, Album) Match Music Library MAT 194 CD Europe Unknown このバージョンを出品

Singles & EPs

JL1 Ragnar Grippe Jönssonligan Dyker Upp Igen(7", EP) Svensk Filmindustri JL1 Sweden 1986 このバージョンを出品
JL2 Ragnar Grippe Musik Ur Filmen Jönssonligan På Mallorca(7", Single) Philips JL2 Sweden 1989 このバージョンを出品

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ultimathulerecords

2014年2月17日
An electronic and minimalistic musician who is quite unique. He has studied electronic music with people like Pierre Schaeffer and François Bayle at the renowned "Groupe de Recherches Musicales" in Paris. He has had commissions in Paris arid Stockholm, and built his studio in Paris. His first album ELECTRONIC COMPOSITIONS appeared in 1977, and could be described as being a more cosmic Stockhausen work with elements of rock. SAND is quite different, using constantly changing patterns of sound. Both of these albums are made on the most unlikely instruments - i.e. organ, percussion, guitar, recorder, piano and tapes.
by Alan & Steve Freeman, first published in Neumusik, issue 5 (August 1981)

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