Another masterful journey through very subtle electronic sounds. I just love Radigue's music. I first bought an LP of her music - Songs of Milarepa - many decades ago now. And I really loved it - mind you I also love Milarepa (Tibet's Great Yogi). Usually, I am not keen on electronic sounds, preferring the real world of harmonics found in pure acoustic sounds - especially from metal. However, I am always moved by the subtle transitions that I find in her music. I was not surprised to read of her involvement with Tibetan Buddhism - for I find something of that spirit within her musical soundscapes. Somehow her music is very human whereas with other composers working in electronics I don't always find that to be the case. She doesn't seem to be concerned with entertaining me and keeping my attention through quick-moving dramatic changes in dynamics, etc. She seems to know what she wants to communicate through her sounds and everything serves that purpose. I also enjoy drone music (La Monte Young, Charlemagne Palestine, et al) and music that arises from entering into the world of sound (e.g. as with Giacinto Scelsi) and this is somewhat similar although less static in nature. I now own several CDs of her music and have never been disappointed yet with her work.