Electronic composer Eliane Radigue has generated wonderful, meditative works predicated on Tibetan Buddhism using tape and an Arp synthesizer. After learning electro-acoustic music under Pierre Henry and Pierre Schaeffer in the past due ’50s, the Parisian discovered to try out the piano and harp and delved into traditional music. She spent twelve months (1967-68) as Pierre Henry’s helper, one (1970-71) at NY University, after that spent time in residency at colleges including California Institute from the Arts in the first ’70s. By this time around, Radigue was producing her music with tape and an Arp synthesizer. After changing to Tibetan Buddhism in 1975, she had taken a four-year hiatus from music. The French composer’s functions have got since included compositions for ballet and commissioned functions on the life span of Milarepa, an important Tibetan poet and saint.