|City of license||Paris|
|Slogan||"Ce monde a besoin de musique"|
|First air date||1954|
|Former callsigns||Chaîne Haute-Fidélité (1954–1958)
France IV Haute Fidélité (1958–1963)
France Musique (1963–1999)
France Musiques (1999–2005)
|Sister stations||FIP (radio station)
France Musique was created in 1954 as Chaîne Haute-Fidélité then renamed 1958 as France IV Haute Fidélité, then RTF Haute Fidélité in 1963, and finally France Musique in same year.
Most concerts given by the Orchestre National de France are broadcast on France Musique, as are many other concerts. Many programmes from France Musique are broadcast abroad in Canada by CBC Radio 2 as well as in the United Kingdom by BBC Radio 3.
- (French) France Musique transmitters map
- (French) France Musique – Official website with link to 24/7 internet broadcast.
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