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Serge Blenner

Serge Blenner
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Serge Blenner was born 1955 in France and studied composition and harmony at the conservatoire of Mulhouse, before he moved to Germany in 1975. At a very early stage of this new genre he began to experiment with electronic music and presented his work in a series of life concerts in Munich and Hamburg in 1978. Since 1980 he lives in Hamburg and works in his studio Esthématique.
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Serge Blenner — Ars Oratoria Serge Blenner — Ars Oratoria
(MdeC Editions CD 001, 1999, CD)
Serge Blenner — Babylone Serge Blenner — Babylone
(SKY CD 3016, 1991, CD)

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