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Frederick Rousseau was born on 8 April, 1958 in Paris, France. Discover Frederick Rousseau's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 62 years old?
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In March 2017, he released the album Edge of Silence which contains a tribute to Vangelis, MR V.
Since 2008, Frederick has worked as Head of Industrial Relations for IRCAM, the French music institute.
In 2005, Rousseau signed with Milan-Universal and came out with a new album, Tears.
2004 was marked by Oliver Stone's Alexander in which Vangelis composed the soundtrack and Rousseau participated as editor. This project lasted over a year.
In 2002, Rousseau released Travels a musical Travelog, and in 2003, Recall an exclusive release by Nature et Découvertes.
Meanwhile, Rousseau composed the soundtracks for 40 ethnozoological documentary films and released in 1999 the collection of five albums Terres de Légendes.
In 1997, Rousseau rejoined Vangelis in Athens for the opening ceremony of the world championship of athletics.
Rousseau released another solo album, MÖ, in 1994, which was inspired by Asian music and would open the way to ethno-lounge music. He continued on his solo career, releasing Spirit in the Woods (1995), dedicated to trees, then Abyss (1996), a concept that Rousseau refers to as "non music," an experience realised with neurologists specialised in musicotherapy. In 1997, he released Woods, an electro-wood fusion with voices from forest people and tribal rhythms.
Vangelis' project Mythodea initiated in 1993, was finally completed in 2001. Rousseau coordinated the electro-orchestral show starring Jessye Norman and Kathleen Battle and performed by the London Metropolitan Orchestra, directed by Blake Neely. This music was chosen by NASA for the 2001 mission "Mars Odyssey."
In 1992, Vangelis convinced Rousseau to leave Studio Mega in order to create Astron Studio in Neuilly. They consecutively recorded the music scores of La Peste by Luis Puenzo, Lunes de Fiel by Roman Polanski, and 1492: Conquest of Paradise by Ridley Scott. After Vangelis moved back to Greece, Rousseau traveled back and forth to Athens for the production of the shows Antigone (1993), La Nuit des Poètes (1994), and Tribute to El Greco (1995).
In 1990, Jean Michel Jarre used Rousseau again to rewrite all the intros and sequences of the music for La Défense Concert. On stage, Rousseau's job was to synchronize the sequences and to reproduce live all the special effects characteristic of Jarre's music. This concert made it into the Guinness World Records as having the largest concert audience (2,500,000 people).
In 1987, not wanting to be involved in Jarre's Revolutions album, Rousseau created French recording Studio Mega, in association with Thierry Rogen. During the next four years, he recorded with many leading French artists of the time, including Mylène Farmer, Jean-Louis Murat, Louis Bertignac, Indochine, and Kassav.
Returning to Paris in 1984, he collaborated on Jean-Michel Jarre's Zoolook album, programming the Fairlight CMI sequences and playing other keyboards. The result was not immediately liked by Dreyfus Records.
In 1981, after working on the finalization of the first polyphonic sequencer (MDB Polysequencer), he met Jean Michel Jarre, who was looking for a musical programmer capable of manipulating this instrument for his China Tour, that would be seen by 60,000 people. Rousseau was able to reproduce on stage all the sequences that Jarre had taken months to record without having to use playback tapes. This experience marked a turn in his career. Returning to Paris, he continued to participate in the recording of the live album Concerts en Chine.
In 1980, he met Francis Mandin, a young electronic music fan, who convinced him to become a partner in Music Land, a music store in Paris and a laboratory for future electronic instruments.
After completing his studies in electronics, he was hired by the Defense Nationale in 1978 to work on the final tests of the neutronic head, the detonator for the French atomic bomb. After two years of this work, he quit.
Frederick Rousseau (born 1958 in Paris) is a New Age instrumentalist. His musical research is based on electronic sounds that he mixes with ethnic instruments, classical orchestras, and vocals.