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Notable Works Composed At IRCAM

  • Hanspeter Kyburz: ΟΥΤΙΣ, music theatre for ensemble and electronics (2000–12)
  • Georges Aperghis: Machinations, musical spectacle for four women and computer (2000)
  • Clarence Barlow: Çogluotobüsisletmesi, versions for piano (1978), magnetic tape (1980), and piano with tape (1980)
  • George Benjamin: Antara for ensemble and electronics (1986–87)
  • Luciano Berio: Chemins ex V, for clarinet and 4C computer (1980)
  • Luciano Berio: Orpheo II, opera for voice, orchestras, and tapes (1984)
  • Luciano Berio: La Voix des voies, spectacle-exposition for tape and diaporama (1977)
  • Harrison Birtwistle: The Mask of Orpheus (1986)
  • Pierre Boulez: Anthèmes II, for violin and electronics (1997)
  • Pierre Boulez: Dialogue de l'ombre double, for clarinet and tape (1985); version for bassoon and electronics (1995)
  • Pierre Boulez: …explosante-fixe…, version for two flutes, midi-flute, electronics, and orchestra (1993)
  • Pierre Boulez: Répons, for six soloists, chamber ensemble, electronic sounds, and live electronics (1981–84)
  • John Cage: Roaratorio, an Irish Circus on Finnegans Wake (1980)
  • Unsuk Chin: Double Bind? for violin and electronics (2006)
  • John Chowning: Stria, for magnetic tape (1977)
  • Edison Denisov: Sur la Nappe d'un étang glacé, for nine instruments and tape (1991)
  • Luis de Pablo: Tornasol (1980–81)
  • Michel Decoust: Interphone, for soprano and tape (1977)
  • Jacob Druckman: Animus IV (1977)
  • Pascal Dusapin: To Be Sung, chamber opera in 43 numbers (1992–93)
  • Karlheinz Essl: Entsagung (1993) for ensemble and electronics
  • Lorenzo Ferrero: Ombres (1984) for ensemble and live electronics
  • Luca Francesconi: Etymo (1994)
  • Rolf Gehlhaar: Pas à pas, for tape and spatialization equipment (1981)
  • Gérard Grisey: Les Chants de l'Amour, for twelve mixed voices and magnétic tape (1982–84)
  • Georg Friedrich Haas: Les temps tiraillés, for 2 violins, bassoon, and electronics (2008)
  • Jonathan Harvey: Advaya, for cello and electronics (1994)
  • Jonathan Harvey: Bhakti (1982)
  • Jonathan Harvey: Mortuos Plango Vivos Voco, for concrete sounds treated by computer (1980)
  • Jonathan Harvey: Ritual Melodies, for magnetic tape (1990)
  • Jonathan Harvey: String Quartet No. 4 with live electronics (2003)
  • Jonathan Harvey: Speakings, for orchestra and live electronics (2008)
  • York Höller: Antiphon, for string quartet and tape (1977)
  • York Höller: Arcus (1978)
  • York Höller: The Master and Margarita, opera in two acts after the novel by Mikhail Bulgakov (1989)
  • York Höller: Résonance (1982)
  • Jean Michel Jarre: Oxygene (1977)
  • Barbara Kolb: Millefoglie (1985)
  • Philippe Leroux: M for ensemble and electronics
  • Michaël Lévinas: Rebonds (1993)
  • Magnus Lindberg: Joy for orchestra and electronics
  • Magnus Lindberg: Related Rocks for two pianos, two percussionists, and electronics (1997)
  • Magnus Lindberg: Ur (1986)
  • Luca Lombardi: Hasta que caigan las puertas del odio, for choir (1977)
  • Tod Machover: Soft Morning, City!, for soprano, contrabass and tape (1980)
  • Tod Machover: VALIS, opera for six voices, 4X computer, and images (1986–87/1988)
  • Mesías Maiguashca: Fmélodies, for ensemble and tape (1982)
  • Philippe Manoury: Jupiter for flute and live electronics
  • Philippe Manoury: Pluton for piano and live electronics
  • Philippe Manoury: En Echo for soprano voice and live electronics
  • Yan Maresz: Sul Segno, for harp, guitar, cymbalon, contrabass and electronic equipment (2004)
  • Tristan Murail: L'Esprit des dunes, for chamber eensemble (1993-1994)
  • Emmanuel Nunes: Lichtung I (1988/1991)
  • Emmanuel Nunes: Lichtung II, for chamber ensemble and electronics (1996)
  • Michael Obst: Kristallwelt, for Ensemble and Electronics (1983)
  • Robert H. P. Platz: Pièce noire, for thirteen musicians and tape (1990)
  • Henri Pousseur: Liège à Paris (1977)
  • Horaţiu Rădulescu: Incandescent Serene, for contrabass and tape (1982)
  • Roger Reynolds: The Angel of Death, for solo piano, chamber orchestra, and six-channel computer-processed sound (2001)
  • Roger Reynolds: Archipelago, for orchestra and magnetic tape (1983)
  • Terry Riley: Salome Dances for Peace, for string quartet (1986)
  • Jean-Claude Risset: Inharmonique, for soprano and tape (1977)
  • Jean-Claude Risset: Mirages, for six musicians and tape (1978)
  • Jean-Claude Risset: Songes (1979)
  • Manuel Rocha Iturbide: Transiciones de Fase, for brass quartet and electronics (1994)
  • Frederic Rzewski: Instrumental Studies (1977)
  • Kaija Saariaho: Lonh (1995–96)
  • Karlheinz Stockhausen: Kathinkas Gesang als Luzifers Requiem, version for flute and 6-channel tape (1985)
  • Marco Stroppa: In cielo, in terra, in mare, radiophonic opera on texts by Adolfo Moriconi (1992)
  • Jukka Tiensuu: Nemo for ensemble (1992)
  • Alejandro Viñao: Epitafios, for mixed choir and electronics (1999)
  • David Wessel: Antony (1977)
  • David Wessel: Contacts Turbulents, for saxophone and electronics (1986)
  • Trevor Wishart: VOX-5, an electroacoustic piece based around extended vocal techniques (1986)
  • James Wood: Mountain Language, for alphorn, cow bells, MIDI keyboard and electronics (1998)
  • Iannis Xenakis: Psappha, electronic version (1976/1996)
  • Frank Zappa: Perfect Stranger (1984)
  • Hans Zender: Lo Shu III, for flute and twenty-four instrumentalists (1979)

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