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EDITORS’ NOTES

A relentless sonic explorer, Jean Michel Jarre started his long career making library music and soundtracks for film and theater. But in 1976, the French composer struck a chord with listeners around the world with his expansive and hypnotic album Oxygène. In the years that followed, Jarre has maintained a huge international following, aided by live performances featuring elaborate light shows and technology which have helped him break attendance records around the world. The composer has also adapted his cosmic melodies to embrace the rise of EDM, world music, and contemporary classical.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A relentless sonic explorer, Jean Michel Jarre started his long career making library music and soundtracks for film and theater. But in 1976, the French composer struck a chord with listeners around the world with his expansive and hypnotic album Oxygène. In the years that followed, Jarre has maintained a huge international following, aided by live performances featuring elaborate light shows and technology which have helped him break attendance records around the world. The composer has also adapted his cosmic melodies to embrace the rise of EDM, world music, and contemporary classical.

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