|Slogan||"Vous allez LA DO RÉ !" ("You'll DO it !")|
|Former callsigns||Chaîne Haute-Fidélité (1954–1958)|
France IV Haute Fidélité (1958–1963)
France Musique (1963–1999)
France Musiques (1999–2005)
France Musique is a French national public radio channel owned and operated by Radio France. It is devoted to the broadcasting of music, both live and recorded, with particular emphasis on classical music and jazz.
The channel was launched by Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française (RTF) in 1954 as La Chaîne Haute-Fidélité, then renamed in 1958 as France IV Haute Fidélité, as RTF Haute Fidélité in 1963, and finally as France Musique later in the same year. It was known between 1999 and 2005 as France Musiques.
The channel's schedules feature the transmission of many live and "as live" concerts (that is to say, those recorded live for broadcast at a later date), including the majority of the concerts given by the Orchestre National de France. Many of the concerts organized by France Musique are also broadcast in Canada by CBC Radio 2 as well as being relayed by other European classical music radio channels, such as BBC Radio 3 in the United Kingdom.
- 1975 : "La première radio en couleurs" (The first radio in colours)
- 1989 : "La musique un ton au-dessus" (Music one tone above)
- 1992 : "Jamais la musique ne vous aura touché d'aussi près" (Music will never have touched you so closely)
- 1995 : "Bienvenue chez les fous de Musique" (Welcome to the home of those who are mad about music)
- 2008 : "Le plaisir" (The pleasure)
- April 2008 : "Prolonger l'émotion" (Extending the emotion)
- 2012 : "Il y a une part de classique en chacun de nous" (There is a bit of classical in each of us)
- 2013 : "Ce monde a besoin de musique" (This world needs music)
- 2014 : "Classique mais pas que..." (Classic but not just...)
- 2017– : "Vous allez LA DO RÉ !"
- Official website (in English)
- Official website (in French)
- France Musique transmitters map (in French)
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