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Pierre Henry was a French composer and music producer known for his contributions to musique concrète, a genre of music that uses recorded sounds as its raw material. He worked on countless experimental music projects throughout his career, including collaborations with John Cage and Raymond Scott. Henry's most famous work is probably his 1967 album Messe pour le Temps présent, which features music he created for a dance performance by choreographer Maurice Béjart.

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