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Edgard Varèse

Poème électronique (8:13)

Poème électronique (English Translation: "Electronic Poem") is a piece of electronic music by composer Edgard Varèse, written for the Philips Pavilion at the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair. The Philips corporation commissioned Le Corbusier to design the pavilion, which was intended as a showcase of their engineering progress. Corbusier came up with the title Poème électronique, saying he wanted to create a "poem in a bottle".…

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  • Comedy gold. I love it :))
  • Die heutige Komponisten weigert sich, den Teufel shut up!
  • if u sample this i gotta hear it!!!!!!
  • This is early beatmaking, you can't fuck with this! Why hasn't anyone sampled poeme electronique?
  • this is great stuff!
  • For the father of electronic music one would think that they would have a bit more to say about him.
  • Awesome
  • Varese never pops up on last.fm.
  • Glad to see Zappa's main man getting play in here. I like knowing where my favorite guys and gals get their "juice" from. I once played a Varese record they had at the Pocatello, Idaho, USA library. The sounds reminded me of 200 Motels. :‒)
  • Incredible piece of music!

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