Lydbilleder VI: Else Marie Pade - Pioner

Translated title of the contribution: Sound Image Biennal VI: Else Marie Pade - Pioneer

Research output: Other contributionCommunication

Abstract

This Exhibition, curated together with Hans Sydow, was the first ever to present Else Marie Pades important and pioneering work in electronic and concrete music. As the only woman and Dane ever to be accepted into the prestigious Schaeffer Group in the 50s, the quality of her work was rediscovered due to this exhibition and accompanying events, such as remastering and publication of her sound works and the first research publications on her work. Much more was to follow. It in essense rebooted Else Marie Pade's career, then 82, which affectionately dubbed her into the great grand mother of electronic music in Denmark and bringing her to festivals all over Europe. As well as some amazing collaborations with younger artists such as Jacob Kierkegaard, right until she passed.
The exhibition included presentations in sound and images/things the Symphonie Magnetiphonique, Seven Circles, Hitler is not Dead, Glasperlespillet, En dag på Dyrehavsbakken, Faust
Original languageDanish
Publication date15 Jun 2001
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jun 2001

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Pioneers
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Electronic music
Denmark
Music
Adolf Hitler
Søren Kierkegaard
Young Artists

Bibliographical note

Else Marie Pade (1924-2016) was one of the few Danish pioneers of electronic music. Else Marie Pade was educated a pianist at the Royal Danish Music Concervatory and studied composition under Danish composers Vagn Holmboe and Jan Maegaard. She was part of the Danish Restiance during WWII and was at the age of 18 sent to the concentration camp Frøslev, an 'experience' all her later artistic work draws on.

Keywords

  • Sound Art
  • Else Marie Pade
  • Curating Sound Art

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2001, Curating Sound Art.

Research output: Other contributionCommunication

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