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Igor Wakhévitch born May 12, 1948, Provence, France, son of the art director Georges Wakhévitch, was an avant-garde French composer who released a series of studio albums in the 1970s and composed the music for the Salvador Dalí opera Etre Dieu. He was a contemporary of similar avant-garde, electronic composers, such as Pierre Henry, who was also born and based in Paris.

He is a relatively unknown composer but gained a small cult following through praises from Nurse with Wound… read more

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  • great
  • Logos left me speechless.
  • !!!!!!!
  • Godly.
  • whoa
  • interesting article about his opera with Salvador Dalí:
  • how the fuck is there less than 400 listeners fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck
  • An eclectic and obscure artist whose early repertoire is HUGE and GRANDIOSE and epic-sounding. A real breath of fresh air after listening to so many idiot-savant lo-fi slight home-recording genius types. The first 3 albums (4, if you count Être Dieu) are incredible. Absolutely pristine recordings.
  • suck it like you really mean it
  • Oi, Boyd! Get outta here!

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