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1. radiOM.org - An Interview with Henri Chopin (April 3, 1972) [6.087% Popularity: 0.00000]
An Interview with Henri Chopin (April 3, 1972) Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 26 min Event Type: Interview Program Origin: KPFA An interview with Henri Chopin and his family, recorded by Charles Amirkhanian and Carol Law at Chopin’s home in Ingatestone, Essex, on April 3, 1972. Chopin’s English wife, Jean, assists in translating from French to English during this discussion about Chopin’s early work, influences, and recent publications. Also joining in the discussion is Chopin’s daughter Brigitte who is also an artist. Henri Chopin was an active member of the French avant-garde from at least 1950 until his death in 2008. Chopin was a pioneer in the field of musique concrète and sound poetry, being one of the first to recognize the potential for such creations when tape recorders initially became available to consumers. Chopin also published a magazine called “OU”, the premiere publication for visual or concrete poetry, from his home in England. “OU” also often included a record of sound poetry wi...
2. radiOM.org - Ode To Gravity Three French Sound Poets [4.825% Popularity: 0.00000]
Ode To Gravity: Three French Sound Poets Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 99 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA Additional Media Files (click to view) François Dufrêne, Henri Chopin & Bernard Heidsieck were all pioneers in the field of sound poetry. Working in Paris in the mid 1950s, they developed extraordinary vocal sounds which were mixed electronically to produce poems which sounded rather than meant. Chopin moved to England where he continued to publish a yearly periodical of concrete poetry called “OU.” Dufrene and Heidsieck remained in Paris where they continued to record their works. In this program all three give their views on the art of sound poetry, which, although well known abroad, has attracted little attention in the United States. The program begins with an interview with Henri Chopin and his family, recorded by Charles Amirkhanian and Carol Law at Chopin’s home in Ingatestone, Essex, on April 3, 1972. Chopin’s English wife, Jean, assists in translating from F...
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