Jean-Michel Jarre: A Journey Through Electronic Music

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Arts, Biography Documentary with no narration published by Arte in 2015 - English language

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Jean-Michel Jarre is one of the pioneers of electronic music. He is a composer, performer, songwriter, and producer whose pioneering approach to electronic music and live performance has influenced a generation. After studying with Pierre Schaeffer, creator of musique concrete at the Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM), Jarre recorded the seminal 1976 album Oxygene in his makeshift home studio – the album sold 18 million copies internationally. It set new standards, and is the best-selling French album. Jarre's 17 studio albums have totaled over 80 million sales, and he resides in the Guinness Book of Records for the largest concert attendance for a show in 1997. 2015 he fulfilled a dream: For the album "E-Project", he gathered other legends of electronic pop music into the studio. Artists from different generations participating were Vince Clarke, Gary Numan, Moby and AIR. The emergence of this album is the focus of the documentary "A Journey Into Sound" by Birgit Herdlitschke. But the film also airs the secret of success of Jean-Michel Jarre. With material from private and public archives, the film looks back on his youth, the first experiments with electronic music and his relationship with his famous father Maurice Jarre (composer of soundtrack for "Lawrence of Arabia", "Doctor Zhivago"). A Film by Birgit Herdlitschke ; DEF Media GmbH Production for ARTE/ZDF

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Video Codec: x264 CABAC Main@L3.1
Video Bitrate: 2 591 Kbps
Video Resolution: 1280x720
Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Frames Per Second: 25.000 fps
Audio Codec: AAC (LC)
Audio Bitrate: 128 kb/s VBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: english
RunTime Per Part: 53 min 27 s
Number Of Parts: 1
Part Size: 1.01 GB
Source: WEB-DL
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