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APPROCHES: 1, 2, 3, 4. 1966-1969. All published.

APPROCHES: 1, 2, 3, 4

Artist periodical.
Approches n°1: "Panoramique de la poésie expérimentale";
Approches n°2: "L'érotisme dans la poésie matérielle";
Approches n°3: "Vers un nouveau langage";
Approches n°4: "Cinq trajets".
121; 130; 206; 175pp. Throughoutly ilustrated. Photographs, cut-ups, drawings, visual poems, folding-out pages. Each issue, softcover, 18.8x21.2; 20.7x13.5; 20.7x17.9; 20.7x17.9 cm.
Contributors, among others:
N°1: F. Popper, J. Blaine, Arden-Quin, J.-F. Bory, P. Garnier, F. Dufrene, H. Chopin, B. Heidsieck, C. Mc Carthy, J. Furnival, I.H. Finlay, E. Gomringer, Y. Fujitomi etc;
N°2; F. Popper, A. de Campos, F. Mon, K. Katue, A. Spatola, L. Lijn, J. Furnival, I.H. Finlay, J.F. Borry, C. Pelieu, J. Blaine, I. & P. Garnier, etc;
N°3: J.-F. Bory, J. Blaine, S. Toshihiko, M. Shiomi, K. Katue, E.A. Vigo, J.-C. Moineau, B. Cobbing, F. Vaccari etc;
N°4: J. Blaine, J. Gerz, A. Schifres, J.-F. Bory, Carrega, G. Bertini, K. Friedman, A. & M. Spatola, R. Kostelanetz, P. de Vree, J. Furnival, etc, and J.-C. Moineau: a white flexible 33rpm record, 17 cm diam, "Manuel de conversation courante, Livre 2, la poésie s'écrit comme elle se prononce" inserted in the last cover.
Directed by Jean-François Bory and Julien Blaine, Paris, 1965-1969. (Les Carnets de l'Octéor, Nlle série/Approches).

 

L'AUTONOMATOPEK 1. 1973. (Henri Chopin; Isidore Isou; Gil Joseph Wolman; Jacques Spacagna; Bob Cobbing/Anna Lockwood; Jean-Louis Brau; François Dufrêne).

L'Autonomatopek

Artists recording.
33 RPM vinyl record, Ø 17.5 cm (7") inside original printed card sleeve. Side 1: Henri Chopin: "Indicatif II"; Isidore Isou: "Lances Rompues pour la Dame Gothique"; "Recherches pour un Poeme en Prose Pure; Gil Joseph Wolman "Ralentissez les Cadences"; Side 2: Jacques Spacagna: "5 poemes Lettristes"; Bob Cobbing/Anna Lockwood: "Khrajrej"; Jean-Louis Brau: "Turn Back Nightingale"; François Dufrêne: "Crirythme en Bref". Published to come with with issue 40/41 of Opus International Magazine, titled "Poesie en Question". Opus Disque, Editions G. Fall, Paris, n.d. (Printed in 1972, issued in January 1973).
Sleeve and record condition: as new, unplayed.
The only Jacques Spacagna's recording. 1st record with Isidore's voice, never recorded before. One of the only 3 records containing a Gil Joseph Wolman's recording.
Reference: Broken Music, p. 235. Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (28).

 

AXE # 1,2,3. 1975-76. All published.

AXE # 1,2,3

Periodical.
3 volumes. Each: 30.5x21.5 cm, variable number of pages, printed on one side only, loose, under a heavy paper cover which is each time designed by a different artist: #1: B. Gysin; #2: René Guiette; #3: Jean Degottex. The 3 volumes under a card slipcase. Printed in offset, letterpress, silkscreen on different kinds of paper.
Each contribution is particular, cut-off, object, file, etc.
Axe 1: Avril 1975: R. Adzak, E. Bal, B. Bogart, H. Chopin, Degottex, M. Dermisache, B. Heidsieck, L.J.P. Schelfhout, U.N. Lee, N. van Daele, P. Ostaijen.
Axe 2: Nov. 1975: A. de Bary, M. Benhamou, H. de Clerc, F. Dufrêne, S. Esmeraldo, R. Guiette, B. Gysin, B. Heidsieck, Plessi.
Axe 3: Déc. 1976. J. Delahaut, J. Giorno, B. Gysin, S. Hanson, B. Heidsieck, A. Lora-Totino, F. Mairey, K. Ritterbusch.
Schraenen, Antwerp, Belgium, 1975-76. Edition of 10+120+370 copies, all numbered. This copy one of the numbered 370 copies.
Each issue contains a 45rpm vinyl record (diam. 17) of sound poetry:
Axe 1: Henri CHOPIN: Air Vibratoire for Jean.
Axe 2: François DUFRENE: Crirythm for Tinguely/Brion GYSIN: Where is that word; In the beginning was the word; In a place, in a place.
Axe 3: Sten Hanson: Oips I; Oips II.

Ref.: Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (34, #3). "The record as artwork. From futurism to conceptual art", 1978, p. 59, 104, 105. "Poésure et Peintrie", 1993, p. 597.

 

Joseph BEUYS: Ja, Ja, Ja, Ja, Ja, Nee, Nee, Neee, Nee, Nee. 1970.

Joseph BEUYS: Ja, Ja, Ja, Ja, Ja, Nee, Nee, Neee, Nee, Nee

Artist record.
LP, 33rpm in the original envelope with 12p. supplement booklet. Mazzota, Milan, Italy, 1970. Edition of 500 numbered copies. Stamped signature.
Schellmann 13.

 

Joseph BEUYS / Henning CHRISTIANSEN: Schottische symphonie. Requiem of art. 1973.

BEUYS Joseph CHRISTIANSEN Hennig Schottische symphonie Requiem of art

Artist record.
Double LP 30 cm vinyl record, 33 RPM, in gatefold cover. 31.3x31.3 cm. Schellmann, Munich, Germany, 1973. Edition of 500 numbered copies. Photo on the front cover by M. Tischer from the Beuys and Christiansen Fluxus concert , "Komposition für zwei Musikanten".
Schellmann, 8° édition, n° 83, p. 118. Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (30). The record as artwork. From futurism to conceptual art, 1978, p. 71, 103. Broken Music, Berlin, DAAD, 1989, p. 100, 101.

 

Joseph BEUYS: Sonnenscheibe. Sun Disc. 1973.
Multiple.

BEUYS Joseph Sonnenscheibe. Sun Disc

Card box containg a record matrix (nickel-plated copper) with a die-cut hole between two felt pads stamped with brown paint (Beuys+ brown cross). 37x37x4 cm. Editions Schellmann, Munich, 1973. Edition of 77 + VII, signed and numbered, + 3 Not for Sale, unsigned copies. 1 of the 77 copies, numbered and signed in black pencil by the artist on the top of the lid, in the pasted paper label. Fine.
Master-mould for the Beuys-Christiansen record "Schottische Symphonie. Requiem of Art".
Schellmann, 8th ed., 1997, # 85, p. 120-121.
Broken Music, p. 98-99.

 

(COLLECTIVE). BERTRAND, BOLTANSKI, BUREN, LAVIER, SARKIS: La France à la Biennale. 1985.

Bertrand, Boltanski, Buren, Lavier, Sarkis: Sao Paulo: La France à la Biennale. 1985

Artist recording.
Vinyl sound disc (33 1/3 rpm) + booklet.
Booklet: (16)p., including paper covers. Parallel text in French, English and Protuguese by M. Nuridsany. Stapled bound. 25.5x25.5 cm. Loose, inside the record sleeve gatefold. Condition: Water stains on the upper right corner of the front cover and first page.Condition: Water stains on the upper right corner of the front cover and first page.
Disc: diameter 25 cm, in gatefold sleeve, 26x26 cm.
Tracks on sound disc :
Side A :
Jean-Pierre Bertrand: Un camion freine - Voiture de police - La musique passe, 1985;
Christian Boltanski: Reconstitution de chansons qui ont été chantées à Christian Boltanski entre 1944 et 1946.
Sarkis: Sérénades opus 2 pour 12 kornemuses - à ma mémoire est ma patrie, 1985;
Side B :
Daniel Buren: l'Indicible, 1985;
Jean-Pierre Bertrand: Un camion freine - Voiture de police - La musique passe, 1985.
Bertrand Lavier: Madrugada + Reine de musette, 1985;
Association Française d'Action Artistique (AFAA), Paris, 1985.
Published on the occasion of the show organized as part of the 18th Bienal Internacional de Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1985.
Condition: wear at sleeve corners and on the back; record excellent.
Reference:
Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes". Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (33, 40, 42)/ Broken Music, Berlin, DAAD, 1989, p. 137/ British National Art Library, ref. NL.93.0829.

 

Christian BOLTANSKI: Reconstitution de Chansons qui ont été Chantées à Christian Boltanski de 1946 à 1948. 1971.

Christian BOLTANSKI Reconstitution de Chansons

Artist record.
45rpm vinyl record, two sides in a card envelope. Two French lullabies and a Breton folksong: Side 1: "Fais dodo Colas mon petit frère", Side 2: "Il était un petit navire" and "Sainte Elizabeth". On the front cover of the envelope is mounted an original b/w photo by Boltanski. Dated 2.5.72 and signed by Boltanski in black pencil on the back cover. This copy was specially made to be given as a birthday present to a gallery owner in Paris. Record good, envelope+photo VG. Scarce 1st edition.
Ref.:
- The Record as Artwork, from Futurism to Conceptual Art, The collection of Germano Celant, 1978, p. 81 & 87, 102, 113, dated 1972.
- Boltanski, les Modèles, Cheval d'Attaque, 1979, p. 14 in the bibliography, dated June 1971.
- Catalogue "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.e.q.u.e. ... experiences sonores d'artistes", Maison du Livre, de l'Image et du Son, Ville de Villeurbanne, Oct.-Nov. 1989, dated 1972.
- Catalogue of the books, printed matter, ephemera 1966-1991, #23, p. 58-59, dated June 1971.

 

William S. BURROUGHS: Call me Burroughs. Excerpts from "The Nacked Lunch". 1965.
Artist recording.
LP 33RPM vinyl record, diam.: 30 cm, in the original paper sleeves in the original printed card envelope. On the back, texts in English by E. Williams and in French by J.J. Lebel. ESP - DISK, NYC, NY, The English Bookshop, Paris, 1965.

 

William S. BURROUGHS / John GIORNO: A d'Arc Press Selection. (Burroughs: "The Chief Smiles"; "The Green Nun"; "Ah Pook Is Here"; "Cities of the Red Night"; "Junkie"; "Naked Lunch"; "Exterminator"; "From Here to Eternity". Giorno: "Suicide Sutra"; "Eating Human Meat"; "Subduing in America". (1975).
Double LP 30 cm vinyl record, 33 RPM, in gatefold cover. 31.5x31.5 cm. Giorno Poetry System Records, New York, N.Y., 1975. Album photos and design by Les Levine.
Broken Music, p. 140.

 

(Germano CELANT) Record as Artwork. 1973.

Germano CELANT Record as Artwork
Ephemera. Announcement.
In a record format, black card with in the center, an orange paper label printed black offset. Diameter: 17.5 cm. Printed both sides with the same text. For the show of the G. Celant artist records collection at F. Lambert Gallery, Milan, Italy, December 5, 1973. Curated by Germano Celant.

 

Peter DOWNSBROUGH: From. 1982.
Artist record.
LP 33rpm vinyl record in its original paper envelope including a folded sheet of white paper with offset b/w photo and text . Side A: 1: a place to be/ and brought back to.; 2: to be and repeat/ and then again here; 3: assign a place to/ arrive and depart from. Side B: 4: to be here and / there are in place; 5: about to arrive at/ and brought to or; 6: a place to place/ here to be here; 7: there to be here. Text and disposition an music by P. Downsbrough. Cover design and photographs by P. Downsbrough.

 

Jean DUBUFFET: Musical experiences. 1973.

Jean DUBUFFET: Musical experiences

Artist recording.
1 vinyl LP 33rpm record in its original paper envelope. Music has been composed, played, recorded and realized by J. Dubuffet. Envelope layout and illustration on the cover are also by J. Dubuffet. Side 1: Aguichements; L'Eau; Délibérants; Pleure et Applaudit. Side 2: Humeur Incertaine; Bateau Coulé; Diligences Futiles; Gai Savoir. Envelope: 31.9x31.9 cm. Record general production and text on the envelope's back by I. Mimaroglu. Finnadar Records, NYC, 1973.
"In my music I wanted to place myself in the position of a man of fifty thousand years ago, a man who ignores everything about western music and invents a music for himself, without any reference, without any discipline, without anything that would prevent him to express himself freely and for his own good pleasure".
Celant G.: The Record as Artwork, p. 103. Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (7, 96, 103). Broken Music, Berlin, DAAD, 1989, p. 126.

 

FLUXUS ANTHOLOGY. 30th Anniversary, 1962-1992. Vol. 1. A collection of music & sound events edited by Jan van Toorn. Deluxe edition.
Audio cassettes. An hexagonal black wooden box, 37.5x44.4x6 cm, containing: 8 audio cassettes: G. Maciunas+H. Cristiansen/Al Hansen/ R. Filliou+M. Knizak/ P. Sharits+L. MIller+M. Alocco+Albrecht D./ T. Kosugi+J. Jones/"Shorter Pieces"/ W. Vostell, "Le Cri"/ Bob Lens; a book, 208p.+ill., cloth bound, 30.5x21.5 cm, presentation of the artists, biography, bibliography, discography: M. Alocco, E. Andersen, G. Chiari, H. Christiansen, Albrecht D., J. Dupuy, R. Filliou, K. Friedman, Al Hansen, D. Higgins, Ray Johnson, J. Jones, M. Knizak, A. Knowles, T. Kosugi, Bob Lens, G. Maciunas, R. Maxfield, G. Metzger, L. Miller, C. Schneemann, M. Shiomi, P. Sharits, Ben Vautier, W. Vostell, R. Watts, E. Willimas, and, at the end, an important discography: "Flux Recordings"; 8 numbered leaflets, event-scores (and one colored photo of the W. Vostell's Fluxus concert, 10/31/90) by E. Andersen (signed), P. Sharits, D. Higgins, H. Christiansen, R. Filliou, K. Friedman, W. Vostell, J. Jones (colored photo). Sound Events by M. Alocco, E. Andersen (signed), G. Chiari, H. Christiansen (signed), Albrecht D., J. Dupuy, R. Filliou, K. Friedman (signed), A. Hansen, D. Higgins (signed), R. Johnson, J. Jones, M. Knizak, A. Knowles, T. Kosugi, B. Lens, G. Maciunas, R. Maxfield, G. Metzger, L. Miller, M. Shiomi, C. Shneemann, P. Sharits, W. Vostell, R. Watts. Total edition: 100+60 A.P.+ 38 deluxe. This copy is one of the 38 copies of the deluxe edition, coming in this special hexagonal black wooden box. As described upper, all leaflets are numbered, some are signed (by the still alive artists). The book is numbered inside the front cover and also numbered and signed by the artists: H. Christiansen, M. Knizak, W. Vostell, Al Hansen, M. Alocco, Albrecht D., A. Knowles, C. Schneemann, J. Dupuy, Ben Vautier, K. Friedman, D. Higgins, M. Shiomi, E. Williams, Bob Lens. Slowscan, 's-Hertogenbosch, Holland, 1993. First edition. Fine.

 

John GIORNO / Anne WALDMAN: A Kulchur Selection: "Everyone Is a Complete Disappointment"; "Drinking the Blood of Every Woman's Period"; "For the Voice of Montserrat Caballe"; "Error"; "Sisters"; "Plutonium Poem"; "Billy Work Peyote"; "Sun the Blonde Out"; "Shaman Hiises Slide Back Into the Night". (1977).
Double LP 30 cm vinyl record, 33 RPM, in gatefold cover. 31.5x31.5 cm. Giorno Poetry System Records, New York, N.Y., 1977. Album photos and design by Les Levine.
Broken Music, p. 140.

 

John GIORNO / William S. BURROUGHS: A d'Arc Press Selection. (Burroughs: "The Chief Smiles"; "The Green Nun"; "Ah Pook Is Here"; "Cities of the Red Night"; "Junkie"; "Naked Lunch"; "Exterminator"; "From Here to Eternity". Giorno: "Suicide Sutra"; "Eating Human Meat"; "Subduing in America". (1975).
Double LP 30 cm vinyl record, 33 RPM, in gatefold cover. 31.5x31.5 cm. Giorno Poetry System Records, New York, N.Y., 1975. Album photos and design by Les Levine.
Broken Music, p. 140.

 

Philip GLASS/Robert WILSON: Einstein on the Beach. 1979.
Artist recording.
Four LP 33RPM black vinyl record set, diam.: 30 cm, in the original paper sleeves, in the original card box. Includes a 24 pages booklet, with texts in English and offset photos, stampe bound. Box, booklet and cover illustration designed by Milton Glaser. The Tomatao Music Company, Brooklyn Heights, NY, 1980. 1st edition. Box in medium condition; records perfect.
Broken Music, p. 141.

 

Philip GLASS: Dance. Nos 1 and 3. 1980.
Artist recording.
LP 33RPM vinyl record, diam.: 30 cm, in the original paper sleeves in the original printed card envelope. The Tomatao Music, Brooklyn Heights, NY, 1980. 1st edition. VG.

 

Milan GRYGAR  Akustická Kresba 22 /Adagio

Milan GRYGAR  Akustická Kresba 22 /Adagio

 

Milan GRYGAR

Akustická Kresba 22 /Adagio

7-inch vinyl record in original printed sleeve.
Side one: Akustická Kresba 22 (04:30 ).
Side two: Adagio (Zvuková Realizace (03:45).
Supraphon ‎– 1 39 9861, Czechoslovakia, 1969.
Record and sleeve in fine condition, as new.

Reproduced in the exhibition catalogue “Milan Grygar, Akustické Kresby a Partitury (Mialn Grygar, Acoustic Drawings and Scores)”, Galerie Zdenek Sklenar, Prague, Czech Republic, 2006.
Extremely rare.

 

 

Raymond HAINS: Disque bleu pour Saffa. 1986.
Artist record.
45 rpm vinyl record in its paper envelope. 18.4x18.6 cm. 2 sides: "Disque bleu pour Saffa"; "Disque bleu Filtre". Both sides by "Raymond Hains l'abstrait sigisbée de la critique". Galleria Blu, Milano, Italy, 1970.
Les Nouveaux Réalistes, MAMVP, 1986, p. 234

 

Bernard HEIDSIECK: Partition V. Poème-Partition. 1973.

Bernard HEIDSIECK: Partition V. Poème-Partition. 1973.

Artist book + 5 (+1) LPs.
149 pp.
5 (+1 on the front cover) flexi discs inserted in the first pages: each 33 rpm LPs, diam. 17.5. cm.
Text in French.
Wrappers.
19x19 cm.
Edition of 75+250+875. One of the 875, numbered.
Le Soleil Noir, Paris, 1973.
1st edition.
Records contents:
1st record, on the front cover: Partition V, Poème-Partition, Livre objet dde Ruth Francken.
2nd one: Partition V, Poème-partition, sides A and B;
3rd one: Side A: Poème-Partition B2 B3, le 4ème Plan. Side B: La Pénétration, La Convention Collective.
4th one: Side A: La Cage, La Mer est Grosse, Quel Age Avez-Vous? Side B: Bilan ou Mâcher Ses Mots.
5th one: La Semaine, passe-partout n°5, Sides A and B.
6th one: Ruth Francken a Téléphoné, passe-partout n°8, sides A and B.
Reference: Broken Music, p. 144.

 

Bernard HEIDSIECK: D 2 + D 3 Z. Poèmes Partitions. 1973.

Bernard HEIDSIECK: D 2 + D 3 Z. Poèmes Partitions. 1973.

Artist book + 2 LPs.
93 pp.
2 discs, a flexi and a vinyl (inserted inside the back cover), diam. 17.5 cm.
Text in French.
Wrappers.
26.5x20.8 cm.
Edition of 50+500. One of the 500, numbered.
Printed for H. ChopiN and his Collection OU.
Records contents:
Flexi: Poème-Partition D 2, 11 poèmes pour Jean Degottex.
Vinyl: Sides A & B: Poème-Partition D 3 Z, 3 mouvements sur 7 Métasignes de Jen Degottex.
Reference: Broken Music, p. 145.

 

Bernard HEIDSIECK/Francoise JANICOT: Encoconnage. 1974.
Artist record.
Artist record including a 12 p./pl. booklet with b/w. offset photos of the action by F. Janicot on the poem "Passe-Partout n°9" by B. Heidsieck. And a 33rpm vinyl record containing versions 1 and 3 of "Encoconnage Passe-Partout" by B. Heidsieck. Photos and general layout by G. Schraenen. Edition of 480+20 copies, numbered and signed. One of the 480, numbered and signed by both artists.
Ref.: Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (30). The record as artwork. From futurism to conceptual art, 1978, p. 103, 105. Broken Music, Berlin, DAAD, 1989, p. 145.

 

Yves KLEIN: Conférence à la Sorbonne. 1959.
Artist record.

Yves KLEIN Conference Sorbonne  

Yves KLEIN Conference Sorbonne Inside
front cover   inside


Double LP. 30 cm, 33 RPM, in IKB (International Blue Klein) gatefold cover. Recording of his lecture at La Sorbonne, Paris, June 3, 1959. Inside, b/w Klein portrait photo by P. Descargues. C.N.A.C., Paris, 1959. Edition of 500 numbered copies.
Broken Music, DAAD, Berlin, Germany, 1989, p. 160.

 

Yves KLEIN: Conférence à la Sorbonne. 1959.
Artist record.
The same as upper. Condition: the gatefold cover has a 5.5 cm long tear along the middle of the spine, some rubbing at corners; inside, foxing. Records are fine. Pictures on request.

 

Christina KUBISCH - Fabrizio PLESSI: Two and Two. 1976.

Christina KUBISCH - Fabrizio PLESSI: Two and Two. 1976.

33 RPM LP vinyl record, Ø 30 cm.
Gatefold laminated cover, multi-color print documentary photos and text.
Multhipla records, Milano, 1976.
Multhipla records n°2. Gatefold designed by F. Plessi.
Side A: Earth; Fire.
Side B: Air; Water.
Reference:
Broken Music, Berlin, DAAD, 1989, p. 170.

 

Maurice LEMAITRE Présente Le Lettrisme. 1958.

LEMAITRE Maurice Le Lettrisme Disque Record

Vinyl 45rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 18cm. Stereo recording. Rituel somptueux pour la sélection des espèces (Isidore ISOU); Marche des barbares blancs (Maurice Lemaitre); Roxana (M.L.); Lettre Rock (M.L.). Columbia, ERSF 1171, 1958.

 

Ian MURRAY: The Top Song. Keeping on top of the Top Song. 1973.
Artist record.
33 RPM vinyl record, Ø 30 cm.
Side 1: The Top Song: A recording of the first 10 seconds of each of the top, 100 songs of the last 10 years.
Side 2: Keeping on top of the Top Song: performed by Tim Cohoon, soud track for a video tape.
Envelope design: F. Boyce.
Edition of 250 copies, numbered.
Halifax, Nova Scotia College, 1973.
Reference :
The record as artwork. From futurism to conceptual art, 1978, p. 103.

 

Dennis OPPENHEIM : A Sound Enclosed Land Area. 1969.

Dennis OPPENHEIM : A Sound Enclosed Land Area

Multiple. Audio tape.
A card box with lid containing 1 folded map, part of the ctiy of Milan + 1 audio magnetic tape (recorded live sounds of a defined area in the city of Milan). Box: 22x22x2.5 cm. Map, unfolded: 54x54 cm. Gabriele Mazzotta Editore and Galeria Lambert, Milan, Italy, 1969. Edition of 90 copies, numbered and signed by D. Oppenheim on the map. Also numbered, printed, on the back of the box.
Whitechapel Art Gallery: 3-infinite : new multiple art, p. 60.

 

OU. Cinquième Saison. N° 33. Revue de Poésie Evolutive. 1967-68.

OU. Cinquième Saison. N° 33

Sound poetry periodical.
36 uncut pages.
Texts in French by Pierre Albert-Briot "La Grande Vie"; Jean-Claude Moineau "Manifeste Significations", in English and French by Henri Chopin "An Open Letter to Aphonic Musicians/Lettre Ouverte aux Musiciens Aphones".
Original publisher's wrappers. 19x19.5 cm.
Original front cover illustration: Pierre Aubertin.
Vinyl 33 1/3 rpm record, diameter 17.5 cm, inserted inside the front cover.
Tracklist: A1: Bernard Heidsieck: Quel âge avez-vous?; A2: François Dufrêne: Dédié à Henri Chopin; B1: Gil J. Wolman: La mémoire; B2: Henri Chopin: Le Ventre de Bertini.

Edition of 1,000, handnumbered.
The last issue published in France.

 

(OU. Cinquième Saison) Review OU. N° 38-39. 1971.

(OU. Cinquième Saison) Review OU. N° 38-39. 1971

Sound poetry periodical.
Gatefold edition supported by two 15.5 cm pieces of wood. 27x26 cm.
Contents:
Handnumebred info sheet;
Color poster "Is a Virus perhaps simply very small Unit by H. Chopin, after a text by W. Burroughs;
Print at record sleeve format (25.4x25.4 cm) by M. Marien: Le Temps des Equivoques;
Sheet of white paper printed black: Concert Music 6 by R. Orton,
One-color print by Cozette de Chamois;
Print by H. Chopin, Rire sur le Vieux Monde;
Two-color print by H. Chopin after M. Janco;
Two-color print by M. Cahn and H. Chopin;
Print at record sleeve format (25.4x25.4 cm), Le Phénomène Jef Golyscheff, text by R. Hausmann and drawing by J. Golyscheff and H. Chopin;
Print at record sleeve format (25.4x25.4 cm), card sculpture by Hansjörg Gisiger, signed in black pencil;
Print, Phases, by H. Chopin.
Print at record sleeve format (25.4x25.4 cm), reproducing a record side, bleu silkprint , anonymous, by J. Degottex.
Vinyl 33 1/3 record, diameter 25 cm. Traking list: A1: H. Chopin: Le Rire est Debout; A2: Bengt Emil Johnson: (Among) II; B1: Sten Hanson: a) Revolution, b) Railraod Poem; B2: Jacques Bekaert: The Day After, 1969.
Gatefold covers silkprints: Mr Ugly (Richard Nixon); My Computer Poem: Murders in Jordania, by H. Chopin.
Edition of 500, handnumbered.
Third issue published in England.

 

(OU. Cinquième Saison) Review OU. N° 40-41. March 1972.

(OU. Cinquième Saison) Review OU. N° 40-41. March 1972  

Front cover
 

Back cover by H. Gisiger
Sound poetry periodical.
Gatefold edition supported by two 15.5 cm pieces of wood. 27x26 cm.
Contents:
Print, double page, by François Norguet;
Print, anonymous, by Jochen Gerz;
Print by Fransciska Themerson;
Print by Cosette de Chamoy;
Print, Sculptures by Alice Hutchins, La Rieuse Magnétique;
Print by Joseph Lacasse, Bien après Poliakoff - Much after Poliakoff came;
Vinyl 33 1/3 record, diameter 25 cm. Traking list: A1: J.A. Da Silva: For H.C.; A2: William Burroughs: Valentine Day; B1: Brion Gysin: Poems; B2: Bernard Heidsieck: Passe-Partout n°4; B3: Henri Chopin, voice Denis Chopin: Le Soleil est Mécanique.
Mounted on the gatefold back cover: thermoformed plastic sculpture; "Portrait of Ernest" by Hansjörg Gisiger.
Edition of 500, handnumbered.
Fourth issue published in England.

 

(OU. Cinquième Saison) Review OU. N° 42-43-44. 1973.

(OU. Cinquième Saison) Review OU. N° 42-43-44 1973

Sound poetry periodical.
Gatefold edition supported by two 15.5 cm pieces of wood. 27x26 cm.
Contents:
Text in English by Tom Phillips;
Print by Marcel Janco;
Print by Richad Aaron;
Print by Arrigo Lora Totino
Print (rubber stamp) by L'Association;
Collage by Nicholas Zurbrugg, Autumn Trouvé, hand signed in black pencil;
Print (2 sheets) by Michel Corfou;
Two-color print by Henri Maccheroni;
Visual pooem by Arrigo Lora Totino, A Luc Peire;
Print, The Gate House Dream, by Jo Verbrugghen;
Stapled pages of text in boyythh French and Englis by Henri Chopin, Il Faut Bien Rire Un Peu;
Vinyl 33 1/3 record, diameter 25 cm. Traking list: A1: William Burroughs, Reading; A2: Ake Hodell, Numro Ba Besch; B1: Ch. Amirkhanian, Each; B2: Ladislav Novak, Two Pooems; B3: Arthur Rimbaud, Le Vrai Sonnet des Voyelles; B4: Henri Chopin, Les Mandibules du Déjeuner sur l'Herbe.
Gatefold covers silkprint: Axel Knipschild.
Edition of 500, handnumbered.
Final issue of this periodical.

 

Charlemagne PALESTINE: Four Manifestations on Six Elements. 1974.
Artist recording.
2 LPs, Ø 30 cm, 33 RPM vinyl records. Gatefold, b/w, streamer with a reproduced drawing of Ch. Palestine. Contents: Two Perfect Fifths A Major Third Apart Reinforced Twice. One + Two + Three Perfect Fifths In The Rhythm 3 Against 2. For Piano/Sliding Fifths For Piano. Three Perfect Fifths A Major Second Apart Reinforced Twice. Edition of 2000, numbered and signed by the artist on the front of the envelope. Drawing and envelope design by C. Palestine. Sonnabend Gallery, NYC, 1974. Fine.
Broken Music, p. 196.

 

POESIA SONORA. Antologia internazionale di ricerche fonetice a cura di Maurizio Nannucci. 1975.

POESIA SONORA. Antologia internazionale (front cover detail)

Record.
33 rpm LP vinyl record, ø 30 cm, in original brown card sleeve. First anthology of Sound Poets. Works by Bob Cobbing, Henri Chopin, Paul de Vree, Francois Dufrêne, Briion Gysin, Sten Hanson, Bernard Heidseick, Ernst Jandl, Arrigo Lora Totino, Franz Mon, Maurizzio Nannucci, Arthur Petronio. CBS/Sugar, Milano, 1975. CBS 68145. 1st edition.
HENRI CHOPIN: Dinamisme Integral; BOB COBBING: Hymn to the sacred mushroom; FRANZ MON: Articulation; ARTHUR PETRONIO: Sortileges; ARRIGO LORA TOTINO: Intonazione quarta; BRION GYSIN: I am; BERNARD HEIDSIECK: Ravaillac tu connais?; STEN HANSON: How are you; ERNST JANDL: Ode auf N; MAURIZIO NANNUCCI: Spelling; FRANCOIS DUFRENE: Crirythme; PAUL DE VREE: Ode a Stockholm.
Catalogue Nannucci, Bibliothèque Nationale, 1994, p.10. Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (30). Broken Music, Berlin, DAAD, 1989, p. 236.

 

Eliane RADIGUE: Sigma = a = b = a + b. "Pour Farhi". 1969.
Artist recording.
2 black vinyl records, diam.: 17 cm. Printed black gatefold, 18.5x18.5 cm. Edition of 250 copies, our copy is one of the 200 numbered and signed by E. Radigue. Self-published, no place, no date (1969). Fine.
Broken Music, p. 202: "250 double copies of this record were made. 20 were packaged in a box designed by Fahri, to whom this work is dedicated. 200 copies were signed and numbered. Side A and B of these two identical records can be played simultaneously in infinite combinations and at any speed 78, 45, 33 or 16 RPM".

 

Steve REICH: Drumming for eight small tuned drums, three marimbas, three glokkenspiels, male and female voices, whistling, and piccolo. 1972.
Artist recording.
2 LP 33RPM vinyl records diam.: 30 cm, in the original paper sleeves in printed black gatefold. Coming with, a 30-panel accordion-fold printed score for the work. Score: 35.5x28 cm. The record was published a first time in 1971, then there was this 1972 edition of 500 numbered, dated and signed copies accompagnied by the score leporello. J. Gibson and Multiples, NYC and Los Angeles, 1972. Fine.
Broken Music, p. 205.

 

Terry RILEY: Persian Surgery Dervishes (1971 for electric organ and feedback system).

Terry RILEY: Persian Surgery Dervishes

Record.
Double vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in gatefold. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Record 1: Performance in Los Angeles, April 18, 1971, 1 & 2. Record 2: Performance in Paris, France, May 24, 1971, 1 & 2. Shanti (Shandar), Paris, 1971. 83 501.

 

Reiner RUTHENBECK. Ruthenbeck. 1972.

Reiner RUTHENBECK. Ruthenbeck. 1972

Exhibition catalogue/Artist publication and record.
Printed cardboard box containing 1 vinyl record single 45rpm, diameter 17 cm ("Reiner Ruthenbeck Dachskulptur 1972"), mono, with air raid sounds in 2 blank paper sleeves; a 13.5x17.2 cm folded leporello "Dachskulpturen" printed one side with 32 b/w offset photos of sirens on rooftops. Unfolded: 121.5x13.5 cm; title card and two cards printed on both sides with German texts by Hans van der Grinten and Johanes Cladders. As issued, the bottom sides of box have been split to allow the record to fit. Edition of 440. Box: 20,5x16.5x1.5 cm. Published to accompany his show at the Stadtisches Museum Monchengladbach, Germany, 1972. Box, record and contents are in VG+, almost fine condition.
Reference: Die Bucher der Kunstler. Institut fur Auslandsbeziehungen; Edition H. Mayer, Stuttgart, Germany, 1994, pp. 183-184. Broken Music, p. 215.

 

SARKIS: La drama of the Tempest. 1974.
Artist record.
A LP 33rpm vinyl record, in its original envelope. Printed on the front cover, as welll as on the 2 sides of the record itself: "La drama of the Tempest", red silkscreen. Signed and dated by Sarkis on the backside of the envelope. This piece was composed of 30 different LP 33 rpm records. Recorded by any singer or orchestra, in all sorts of music. All from Ed. La Salita. It is not an artist recording. It is not an art cover piece. It is an art piece. Each of the records is the work. Each of them is different. Provenance: the artist.
Broken music, 1989, p. 217 (wrongly dated 1979). Celant, The record as artwork, 1978, p. 119. "D.i.s.c.o.t.h.e.q.u.e.", catalogue of the show at Maison du livre, de l'image et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (30).

 

Lawrence WEINER: 7. A ( ) C Sharpened carried done again perhaps... 1972.
Artist recording.
LP 33 RPM black vinyl record, diam. 30 cm in the original one-color print with text card envelope. This copy comes with the announcement card for the presentation of the record at Galerie Y. Lambert, October 4, 1972. Y. Lambert, Paris, 1972. VG.
Broken Music, p. 252-254.

 

La Monte YOUNG / Marian ZAZEELA: Untitled. "The Black Record". 1969.

La Monte YOUNG / Marian ZAZEELA: The Black Record

Artist recording.
33 rpm LP vinyl record, ø 30 cm. Edition X, Munchen, Germany, 1969. Edition of 2800 handnumbered copies. Cover designed by M. Zazeela.
Broken Music, p. 258.

 

La Monte YOUNG / Marian ZAZEELA: Dream House 78'17". 1973.

La Monte YOUNG Marian ZAZEELA: Dream House

Artist recording.
33 rpm LP vinyl record, ø 30 cm. Performers: The Theatre of Eternal Music: L.M. Young, M. Zazeela, J. Hassell, G. List. Two-color print envelope designed by M. Zazeela. Shandar, Paris, France, 1973. Fine.
Broken Music, p. 258.

 

(La Monte YOUNG) Pandit Pran Nath, India's Master Vocalist, Ragas Yaman Kalyan & Punjabi Berva. 1972.

YOUNG La Monte Pandit Pran Nath

33 RPM LP vinyl record, ø 30 cm. Pandit Pran Nath, voice; Fayyaz Khan, tabla; La Monte Young, Shyam Bhatnagar, tamburas. Editions Shandar Disques SR 10 007 (Paris 1972).

 

 

 

Experimental music:

 

ANCONA, Solange: "Sanaïa"; ABBOTT, Alain: "Proslambanomenos"; VANDERBOGAERDE, Fernand: "Anschlag"; MURAIL, Tristan: Sonate pour flûtes, alto et harpes. Point-Radiant n° 1.
Vinyl 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side 1: ANCONA, Solange: "Sanaïa"; ABBOTT, Alain: "Proslambanomenos" (Martenot waves). Side 2: VANDERBOGAERDE, Fernand: "Anschlag"; MURAIL, Tristan: Sonate pour flûtes, alto et harpes. Recorded by F. Vanderbogaerde at the Schola Cantorum, Paris and at Centre du Rocheton, France. Sleeve font and back sides are entirely -as well text as illustration- silkprinted in colors, design: G. Murail and L. Bru; silkprint: L. Bru. Point-Radiant, Paris, France. LPL 2632 1Y.

 

AMY Gilbert: Amy dirige Amy.

Gilbert AMY dirige Amy

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in gatefold. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side 1: Strophe pour soprano et orchestre; Side 2: Sonata pian'e forte pour soprano, mezzo-soprano et 12 instruments. Ensemble Instrumental du Nouvel Ochestre Philarmonique de Radio-France. Ades, Paris, France. 14.010.

 

AMY Gilbert/RIMBAUD, Arthur: Une Saison en Enfer.

Gilbert AMY Arthur Rimbaud Saison en Enfer

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in gatefold. Diameter: 30 cm. Gatefold. Stereo recording. Side 1: Jadis...; Mauvais Sang; Nuit de l'Enfer. Side 2: Nuit de l'Enfer; Délires I; Vierge Folle; Délires II; Alchimie du Verbe. Music by Gilbert Amy, text by Arthur Rimbaud, "Une saison en Enfer". Solistes: Hélène Garetti, soprano; Carlos Roque Alsina, piano; Jean-Pierre Drouet, percussion, a solist from the Maîtrise des Choeurs de Radio-France, Yann Geslin, Gilbert Amy, pupître électroacoustique. Voices: Nelly Borgeaud; Michel Hermon; Eweda Malapa; Joan Thibaudeau. Work ordered by the Direction Nationale de la Musique and the Groupe de Recherches Musicales de l'Institut National de l'Audiovisuel, with the collaboration of the Atelier de Création Radiophonique de France-Culture. INA, Collection GRM, Paris, France. Distribution Harmonia Mundi. AM 855.13.

 

BERIO Luciano: Circles/Sequenza I/Sequenza III/ Sequenza IV.
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in gatefold. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Inside the backcover, leaflet with text German. Wergo, Baden-Baden, Germany, WER 60 021.

 

BREUKER Willem: Litany for the 14th of June 1966.
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sgatefold. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side A: Ltany for the 14h of June, 1966; Life is Music is Love is All; Pasalm 64; Time Signals and Sound Density V. Side B: Implication and Piano Distance; Composition 19 in Svergrey; Composition 30; Composition 28. With the Willem Breuker Quintet: Dick van der Capellen, Victor Kaihatu, Pierre Courbois, Misja Mengelberg, Wilklem Breuker. Very rare album of the debut of W. Breuker, 21years old at the time. Relax, Holland, 33004. "Contemporary Jazz from Holland". 1966.

 

CARLOS Walter: Switched on Bach.
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side 1: Sinfonia to Cantata N°29; Air on a G. String; Two-Part Invention in F. Major; Two-Part Invention in B. Flat Major; Two-Part Invention in D. Minor; Jesu, Joy of Man's Desirning; Prelude and Fugue N°7 in E.-Falt Major (from Book 1 of "The Well Tempered Clavier"). Side 2: Prelude and Fugue N°2 in C. Minor (from Book 1 of "The Well Tempered Clavier"); Chorale Prelude "Wachet Auf"; Brandenburg Concerto N°3 in G. Major: First Movement; Second Movement; Third Movement. Text translated into French on the envelope's back by Benjamin Folman, Rachel Elkind and by Robert Moog (co-creator, with the musician, of the synthetizer used to creat and perform the music of this record by W. Carlos). CBS France. S 63.501.

 

CARTER Elliott: 8 Etudes & A Fantay pour quatuor à vents (for woodwind, quartet für Blaserquartett).

CARTER Elliott 8 Etudes

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. CBS, "Music of Our Time", BIEM, LPM, S 34-61145.

 

CLOZIER Christian/LEJEUNE Jacques: Lettre à une Demoiselle; Dichotomie (C. Clozier). Petite Suite; D'Une Multitude en Fête (J. Lejeune).

CLOZIER Christian LEJEUNE Jacques Lettre a une Demoiselle

Vinyl 12" LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side A: C. Clozier: a) Lettre à une demoiselle brouillon; b) Ratures; c) Post-scriptum. J. Lejeune: d) Petite suite Prélude; e) Arioso; f) Danse; g) Sérénade) h) Toccata. Side B: J. Lejeune: a) D'une multitude en fête; C. Clozier: b) Dichotomie. EMI/La Voix de Son Maître/Pathé Marconi, Paris, France. Collection "Perspectives Musicales". Oeuvres réalisées au Groupe de Recherches Musicales de l'O.R.T.F. C 061-11.632.

 

De PABLO Luis: Iniciativas/Ejercicios para Cuarteto/Modulos III/Tombeau pour Orchestre.
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in gatefold. Diameter: 30cm. Stereo recording. Inside the fornt cover, leaflet with text German-French by H. Pauli. Wergo, Baden-Baden, Germany, WER 60 037.

 

FERRARI Luc: Presque Rien no.1. Société II.
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side 1: Presque Rien, electroacoustic music. Side 2: Societé II, or piano, three percussionists, and 16 instrumentalists. Ensemble intrumental de musique contemporaine de Paris, dir.: Konstantin Simonovitch. Deutsche Grammophon. Collection Avantgarde. 2561 041.

 

HENZE Hans Werner: Sinfonia Nr. 6 für zwei Kammerorchestra / Sinfonia No. 6 for two Chamber Orchestras. London Symphony Orchestra.
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Deutsche Grammophon. 2530 261.

 

HINDEMITH Paul: Sonate pour Alto Seul by Serge COLLOT, altist.

HINDESMITH Paul Sonate pour Alto seul

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 18cm. Stereo recording. Sonate pour alto seul, side 1: 1st, 2nd & 3rd movements. Side 2: 4th & 5th movements. Ades, Paris. Collection "Impact de la Musique Contemporaine". B.I.E.M. 17.018.

 

JOLIVET Andre: 5 Eglogues pour Alto Seul. Serge COLLOT, altist.

JOLIVET Andre 5 Eglogues pour Alto seul

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 18cm. Stereo recording. Side 1: Rusticamente I; Cantante I; Ostinamente. Side 2: Cantante 2; Rusticamente II e Postludio. Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 18cm. Stereo recording.

 

LASRY-BASCHET: Structures Sonores n°4.

LASRY-BASCHET Stuctures Sonores

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 25 cm. Stereo recording. Side A: J.S. Bach: 1: Invention à deux voix en la mineur; 2 & 3: A. Vivaldi: Adagio en ré mineur , Adagio en sol mineur; 4: Jacques Lasry: Trio (A965), Allegro - Andante - Final. Side B: J. Lasry: 1: Manège; 2: Mazurka; 3: Petite suite française (Folklore, arrangement J. Lasry); 4: Danse du cristal, n°1. Exécution et direction musicale: Jacques et Yvonne Lasry. Instruments et direction techinque: Bernard et François Baschet. Percusssions et tubes graves: Jacques Chollet et Teddy Lasry. La Boite à Musique (BAM), Paris, France. LD 098.

 

LEMAITRE Maurice: Le Lettrisme.

LEMAITRE Maurice Lettrisme

Vinyl 45rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 18cm. Stereo recording. Rituel somptueux pour la sélection des espèces (Isidore ISOU); Marche des barbares blancs (Maurice Lemaitre); Roxana (M.L.); Lettre Rock (M.L.). Columbia, ERSF 1171.

 

LOVANO Maguy: Cinq Cris-Gestes.

LOVANO Maguy Cinq Cris-Gestes

Vinyl 45rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Vincent Munro, baryton; Konstantin Simonovitch, "Graphie spatio-métrique".
Sides 1 & 2: Cinq Cris-Gestes, Vincent Munro, baryton. Inside, loose, a small sheet of paper with text in French typed: "Cinq Cris-Gestes, oeuvre écrite par Maguy Lovano en 1962, tend à objectiver l'Espace comme lieu de rencontre de l'expression phonique et gestuelle. Le son vocal, détaché de l'anecdote du mot signifiant, y retrouve sa valeur articulatoire intrinsèque: hauteur, durée, dynamique, semblable au geste à l'état pur (libéré de la notion d'utilité) conçu, en soi, comme courbes de mouvements dynamiques." Sleeve front cover by Maguy Lovano: original composition (color drawing and small pieces of wood, colored one in orange, one in black, two in red, glued on the front cover). Signed by M. Lovano. Wooden (veener) label with title printed mounted on the upper right corner. BIEM, Tivoli Record. TIV 187.

 

LUCIER Alvin: Music for Silo Performer (for enormously amplified brain waves and percussion).
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side A: Performer: Alvin Lucier. Side B: Pauline Oliveros. Lovely Music, NY, NYC, VR 1014.

 

LUNDSTEN Ralph: Nordisk Natursymfoni Nr 1 "Strömkarlen" op. 75. (Nordic Naturesymphony No. 1 "The Neck"). 1972.
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side A: Näcken Och Den Nedforda Jungfrun; I Landet Längesen; Guldvindegans Till Blaklocksklang; Âlvaspel. Side B: Den Fortrollade Grottan, Kung Oden Pa Rajakt; Srömkarlens Död; Bäckahästpolska; Upptäg I Sommarhagen; Skogsfruns Dans; I Luden Grotta. EMI, His Master's Voice. E 061-34785.

 

MARIE Jean-Etienne: Appel du Monde. Musique electro-acoustique. Text by Aime Cesaire.

MARIE Jean-Etienne Appel au Monde

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 18cm. Stereo recording. Appel au Tiers Monde. Text by A. Cesaire said by James Cambell. Ades, Paris. Collection "Impact de la Musique Contemporaine". B.I.E.M. 17.010.

 

MIKROUTSIKOS Thanos; PATACHICH Ivan; XANTHOUDAKIS Charis; MILICEVIC Mladen: Works of Electronic Music. 1985.

MIKROUTSIKOS Thanos; PATACHICH Ivan; XANTHOUDAKIS Charis; MILICEVIC Mladen: Works of Electronic Music

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side A: Thanos MIKROUTSIKOS: The Brother (electronic music); Ivan PATACHICH: Moog Fantasy (music for tape). Side B: Charis XANTHOUDAKIS: The Lady with Camelias (electro-acoustic); Mladen MILICEVIC: Patterns (minimal electronic composition). Greek-English-French leaflet inside sleeve. E.N.M., Athens, Greece. CP 91014.

 

MUSIQUE CONCRETE n°2: Luc FERRARI - Pierre SCHAEFFER - Yannis KENAKIS.

MUSIQUE CONCRETE n°2: Luc FERRARI - Pierre SCHAEFFER - Yannis KENAKIS

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 18cm. Stereo recording. Side A: L. Ferrari: Etude aux Sons Tendus; P. Schaeffer: Etude aux Sons Animés. Side B: Y. Xenakis: Diamorphoses. Recorded by the Groupe de Recherches Musicales de la R.T.F. under the direction of P. Schaeffer. Boite à Musique, Paris. BAM EX 242.

 

PERSSON Bo Anders/RABE Folke: Folke Rabe: Was?? Bo Anders Persson: Proteinimperialism. Deux productions du Studio élétronique de la Radio de Stockholm.
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side 1: Folje Rabe: Was?? Side 2: Bo Anders Persson: Proteinimperialism. Wergo, Studio-reihe neuer Musik. S 34 WER 60047.

 

REIBEL Guy: Variations en étoile. Deux Etudes aux Modulations. Suite pour Edgar Poe. 1979.

REIBEL Guy:Variations en étoile

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in gatefold. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Includes a leaflet, text in French by G. Reibel. Side A: Variations en étoile (percussions by Jean-Pierre Drouet). Deux Etudes aux Modulations. Side B: Suite pour Edgar Poe (voice: Laurent Terzieff). INA-GRM, série Gramme. 9 103 RE.

 

RILEY Terry: Persian Surgery Dervishes (1971 for electric organ and feedback system).
Double vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in gatefold. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Record 1: Performance in Los Angeles, April 18, 1971, 1 & 2. Record 2: Performance in Paris, France, May 24, 1971, 1 & 2. Shanti (Shandar), Paris, 1971. 83 501.

 

SCHWARZ Jean: Anticycle II pour bande magnétique et percussions. 1972.

SCHWARZ Jean: Anticycle II pour bande magnétique et percussions

Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in gatefold. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side A: Xylorimba, Xylafricain; Gongs; Cymbales; Djimbe. Side 2: Cloches; Lithophone; Dun Dun; Beat. Percussions: Michel Delaporte. Le Chant du Monde, LDX 74551.

 

TAKEMITSU Toru: Arc for Piano and Orchestra. Requiem for Strings.
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side 1: Arc for Piano and Orchestra: Part 1: 1. Pile; 2. Solitude; 3. Your Love and the Crossing. Part 2: 4. Textures. Side 2: Part 2: 5. Reflection; 6. Coda... Shall begin from the end. T. Ishiyanagi, piano. Requiem for Strings; Le Son-Calligraphie 1; Le Son-Calligraphie 3. Yomuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, Direction: H. Wakasugi.

 

The Chamber Orchestra EUTERPE (dir. André Chini).
Vinyl LP 33 1/3 rpm record in sleeve. Diameter: 30 cm. Stereo recording. Side A: André Chini: Norraken; Miklos Maros: Circulation. Side B: André Boucourechliev: Ombres "Hommage à Beethoven"; Sven-David Sandstrom: The rest is dross. Leaflet inside, text in Swedish - French. Caprice, Stockholm, 1982. CAP 1229.


 

 

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