Brandon LaBelle - The Book Of Disquiet album
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The Book of Disquiet (Livro do Desassossego: Composto por Bernardo Soares, ajudante de guarda-livros na cidade de Lisboa) is a publication by the Portuguese author Fernando Pessoa (1888–1935).
The Book of Disquiet book. Fernando Pessoa was many writers in one. He attributed his. Part intimate diary, part prose poetry, part descriptive narrative, captivatingly translated by Richard Zenith, The Book of Disquiet is one of the greatest works of the twentieth century. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Better World Books IndieBound.
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Labelle is the debut album of American singing trio Labelle, formerly a four-girl group known as Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles. This was Labelle's first release for Warner Bros. Side A. "Morning Much Better" (Aram Schefrin, Michael Zager) (4:00). You've Got a Friend" (Carole King, Toni Stern) (4:16). Baby's Out of Sight" (Sarah Dash, Armstead Edwards) (2:35). Time & Love" (Laura Nyro) (3:45). Too Many Days" (Nona Hendryx) (2:57).
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View three video works by artist and writer Brandon LaBelle, who wrote this month's Epiphany piece. The pieces are: Concert (2004): working with participants to stage the tension between sight and sound. Perspectives (2006): writing and listening action in public space. Z (2007): writing action utilizing motion-tracking to generate sound in real-time. Featured in Issue 314. April 2010. Adam de la Cour & Neil Luck perform Kurt Schwitters's Ursonate.
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- Recorded By, Voice – Brandon LaBelle
NotesFrom the J-card:
Writing Aloud: this recording was produced by placing a contact microphone on the tip of a pencil and writing out the last page of "The Pleasure of the Text" [by Roland Barthes]. While writing, I also read aloud the text, therefore immersing myself into its presence--a corporeal body against the body of the text.
Elemental Body: reading a list of sounds heard over a period of days, evoking their presence through words, I wanted to present a theater of language. In this theater the body loses itself in the physical presence of the material around it--it becomes the very carnal embodiment of the text from which meaning flows.
Field of Disturbance: I made a recording of myself typing the last pages of "The Pleasure of the Text". I then took this recording and amplified it through a small hand held tape machine while walking down a street in Hollywood, thereby exposing the private moment--the intimacy which I share with the text, the secret rendezvous which occurs between every reader and every text--into the open. The present recording is of this walk.