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Minuits pour géants / On the Edge of the Outside (+ CD)

Tristan Tzara, Nurse With Wound - Minuits pour géants / On the Edge of the Outside (+ CD)
Tristan Tzara (1896-1963) is the poet through whom Dada arrived. In Zurich, he animated the Cabaret Voltaire with Hugo Ball; in Paris, he then inspired some surrealists in the making. If he was a great lover of Villon and Rabelais, his poetry is as iconoclastic as the music of Nurse With Wound, who composed for this edition of Minuits pour géants an unpublished piece lasting about ten minutes: On the Edge of the Outside.
Writer, poet and essayist of Romanian origin, Tristan Tzara (Samuel Rosenstock, 1896-1963) is one of the founders and the main representative of the Dada movement.
A British music project formed in 1978 by Steven Stapleton, John Fothergill and Heman Pathak, Nurse With Wound (now Stapleton's variable geometry project) is an essential figure of English experimental and industrial music since the early 80's. With more than 150 releases, alone or with other musicians, Stapleton has swept widely different musical styles, from industrial music to mambo, through electronics, improvisation, electroacoustics, with a lot of humor.
published in July 2020
French edition
10 x 15,5 cm (softcover)
40 pages
ISBN : 979-10-94601-33-4
EAN : 9791094601334
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