|CD issue compiling three of Reibel's voice-themed works over the years:
'On eût dit des coups d'ailes' (an homage to Pierre Schaeffer from 1996 incorporating digital processing into a post-Penderecki/Ligeti landscape), 'Suite pour Edgar Poe' (a super-bleepy setting of three poems from the Beaudelaire translations of Poe ('Nouvelles Histoires Extraordinaires') to concrete sound from 1973), and a section of 'Langages imaginaires' (also a grouping of poetry, in this case Rimbaud and Butor, and word-sound from 1981).
Reibel's up there in my book with Parmegiani and Bayle as one of the chief architects of the digital-age INA sound and this serves as a fine introduction to his 'monde de bruit'. For those who don't mind a little human breath in their computer world." -- Hrvatski.