℗ 1996 Decca Records France
 

Messe pour le temps présent

Pierre Henry

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Messe pour le temps présent  
1
Prologue
Pierre Henry
1:38
2
Psyché Rock
Pierre Henry
2:52
3
Jericho Jerk
Pierre Henry
2:33
4
Teen Tonic
Pierre Henry
2:45
5
Too Fortiche
Pierre Henry
2:53
La reine verte  
6
Marche du Jeune Homme / La Reine et les Insectes
Pierre Henry
8:57
7
Rock Électronique
Pierre Henry
3:42
Le Voyage, d'Après le Livre des Morts Tibétain  
8
Le Couple
Pierre Henry
7:00
9
Après La Mort 1 (Fluide Et Mobilité d'un Larsen)
Pierre Henry
9:55
10
Divinités Paisibles
Pierre Henry
9:36
Variations pour une porte et un soupir  
11
Balancement 1
Pierre Henry
1:17
12
Chant 1
Pierre Henry
0:33
13
Éveil
Pierre Henry
1:29
14
Chant 2
Pierre Henry
1:33
15
Etirement
Pierre Henry
1:02
16
Gestes
Pierre Henry
1:44
17
Comptine
Pierre Henry
1:39
18
Fièvre 1
Pierre Henry
2:27
19
Gymnastique
Pierre Henry
2:19
20
Fièvre 2
Pierre Henry
2:30
Total Playing Time    68:24
Messe pour le temps présent is a ballet composed by French electronic music pioneer Pierre Henry and Michel Colombier, commissoned by choreographer Maurice Béjart for the Avignon Festival in 1967. The popularity and commercial success of the ballet led to greater exposure and fame for Henry, who was even recruited by rock band Spooky Tooth in 1969 to co-write and co-produce one of their albums. Messe pour le temps présent features Henry's Psyché Rock, the inspiration for the theme of the animated television series Futurama. In addition to the ballet, this reissue of the original 1967 album includes several other compositions by Henry.
96 kHz / 24-bit* PCM – Decca Records France Studio Masters

*Tracks 10 - 19 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM.

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