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Gaigne, Pascal - M - France, Spain 

 
 

 

Biography

Born in 1958, Pascal Gaigne studied music composition at the University of Pau, in France, with Guy Maneveau, and at the National Conservatory of Toulouse, where he was the winner of the first prize in composition and acousmatic music (within the field of electroacoustic music).

Pascal Gaigne is a versatile composer, working in the areas of concert music, music for movies and music for the theater.
In the realm of concert music Pascal Gaigne has been commissioned by the French State, Radio France, and the Basque Government, as well as by instrumental ensembles and soloists such as Ensemble Pythagore, Oiasso Novis, Próxima Centauri, GRM, Jean François Verdier, Josetxo Silguero, Iñaki Alberdi, Oskar Espina Ruiz, etc., receiving top prizes at the international festivals of Linz, in Austria, and Bourges, in France.
His main concert works include IO-portes d´Aerea (for 6 percussionists); Boreal (electroacoustic music); Signes Ascendants (clarinet and tape); Traversees II (wind quintet and computer); Shen (cello and computer); Alphabet (saxophones, accordion and percussion), Mnemophonia (for alto saxophone, percussion and digital tape), STYX (for sax, percussion, mezzo-soprano, cello and harp), Iris (for clarinet and piano) and Avant la nuit (accordion and string quartet)..
Pascal Gaigne has composed music for 80 movies, working with directors Víctor Erice (el sol del membrillo), Daniel Sánchez Arévalo (Azul oscuro casi negro; Gordos), Icíar Bollaín (flores de otro mundo), Montxo Armendariz (Silencio roto), Salvador García (Mensaka; el otro barrio; las voces de la noche; Castillos de cartón), Ramón Salazar (Piedras; 20 centímetros), Gracia Querejeta (7 mesas de billar francés), Eduardo Chapero-Jackson (A contraluz), etc...
His music for movies won several prizes, including a Palma de Oro for “El otro barrio” at the Buenos Aires Film Festival, and the prize to the best soundtrack in Europe for “Azul oscuro casi negro,” from the Federación Europea de Asociaciones de Compositores de Cine.

 

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