André Stordeur

Analog and Digital Electronic Music #2 (1980 - 2000)

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Selected unreleased works from 1980 to 2000 by a key composer of Belgian electronic music. Perfect complement to the 2LP previously released on Sub Rosa (SRV377).

Belgian electronic music composer André Stordeur born 1941. His musical career started in 1973 with a tape composition for the soundtrack to a film on Gordon Matta-Clark titled Office Baroque. Later in the 1970s, he participated to avantgarde music ensemble Studio voor Experimentele Muziek, founded in Antwerp, Flanders, by Joris De Laet. Since 1980, Stordeur composes exclusively on Serge synthesizer, either a Serge series 79 and a Serge prototype 1980, which was especially built for him by Serge Tcherepnin himself.

In 1981, Stordeur composed the music of Belgian film director Christian Mesnil's documentary Du Zaïre au Congo. He studied at IRCAM in 1981 with David Wessel and then flew to the US to study with Morton Subotnick. Stordeur became an influential sound synthesis teacher and, in 1997, completed his Art of Analog Modular Synthesis by Voltage Control,[4] a guide to everything modular.

André Stordeur: Analog and Digital Electronic Music #2 (1980 - 2000)

Chant 10a André Stordeur 17'00''
Nervous André Stordeur 7'48''
Tablas André Stordeur 7'27''

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