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  1. Last Rendez-Vous (Ron's Piece) - "Challenger" () Ronald E. McNair PhD '76 was the second African-American to make a flight to outer space, where he .
  2. Last Rendez-Vous: "Ron's Piece" Saxophone – Pierre Gossez Synthesizer [Synthex, Seiko DS , Fairlight], Sequenced By [Matrisequencer], Organ [Eminent] – Jean-Michel Jarre
  3. Fifth Rendez-vous, like the second one, is a composite of several songs rolled into one. It opens with a mysterious, crystaline-sounding piece that fades into a slower rendition of Fourth Rendez-Vous before completely switching gears several times. The album closes on a haunting, sorrowful note with Last Rendez-Vous, also known as Ron's Piece/5(69).
  4. "Featuring music created especially for Rendez-vous Houston: A city in concert"--Label on container. Issued also as cassette ( Y-1) and compact disc ( Y-1). Additional personnel listed with program notes on container. Performer(s): Performed by the composer and others. Event notes: Recorded at Croissy Studios, France. Description.
  5. Watch the video for Last Rendez-Vous (Ron's Piece) from Jean Michel Jarre's Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. The album closes on a haunting, sorrowful note with Last Rendez-Vous, also known as Ron's Piece. This was supposed to feature the first music ever played in space. Challenger astronaut Ron McNair brought his saxophone onboard the shuttle and was intended to play the saxophone part on this track, but due to his death in the terrible Challenger Disaster, the saxophone part is played by someone else.
  7. Last Rendez-Vous (Ron's Piece) () Total Time: Line-up / Musicians - Jean-Michel Jarre / Seiko DS, Elka Synthex, Moog synthesizer, Roland JX 8P, Fairlight CMI, E-mu Emulator II, Eminent U, EMS Synthi AKS, Laser Harp, RMI, Oberheim OB-X, Yamaha DX, Matrisequencer, Roland TR, Linn , Prophet, Casio CZ , ARP /5(9).
  8. "Ron's piece: This piece was specially composed for Ron to play on his saxophone in the shuttle and was to become the first musical piece played and recorded in space. Ron was so excited about this piece that he rehearsed it continuously until the last moment.

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