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Jorge Eduardo Eielson // Audiopinturas: Estructuras verbales para voz (1972) LP

Jorge Eduardo Eielson // Audiopinturas: Estructuras verbales para voz (1972) LP

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We have received works from Buh Records, an experimental label specializing in Latin America from Lima, Peru.

This work is a record released in 19724 by Peruvian acoustic poet Jorge Eduardo Eielson (2006-2019).

Contains works released in 1972. Comes with liner notes.

"Jorge Eduardo Eielson's work in the field of visual and sound poetry has been conspicuously absent from international anthologies related to these fields. One reason for this absence may be that both poet and visual artist Given his wide and complex body of work, circulation in this field may be limited, but in recent years this aspect of his work has become well known and has led to the development of experimental poetry. came to be seen in its own right as a valuable contribution.

Jorge Eduardo Eielson experimented with vocal poetry called ``vocal structures'' or ``audio paintings.'' Of these experiments, carried out over a five-year period from 1972 to 1977, only one remains, and its author has published it several times in public and privately, both in recorded form and in live performance. The work is called Colores [Colors] and is based on the repetition of words representing colors such as red, yellow, green, and blue. Each word has a different tonality. Colores is a work derived from four tonal permutations, drawing inspiration from both serialist composition and conceptualism.

The audio painting Verbal Structures for Voice (1972) was the first recording of the full version of Colores, and included a live recording of the piece performed in 1998. Also included is a booklet with extensive liner notes by Luis Alvarado, containing information about Eielson's various connections to sound poetry. The album was published by Buh Records with the support of Proyecto AMIL, who collaborated to develop a collection showcasing the fundamental works of Peruvian artists working at the interface of visual art and sound. "

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Buh Records releases available at Tobira.

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12 "black vinyl.

tracklist:

1. Colores (1972) 08:52
2. Colores (Live, 1998) 05:24

Buh Records:

"The work of Jorge Eduardo Eielson (Lima 1924 - Milán 2006) in the fields of visual and sound poetry has been conspicuously absent from the international anthologies pertaining to these disciplines. One of the reasons of this absence may be the limited circulation of this side of his broad and complex output as a poet and visual artist. In the past few years, though, this aspect of his work has become better known, and can now be seen, in its own right, as a valuable contribution to the development of experimental poetry.

Jorge Eduardo Eielson called “vocal structures” or “audio paintings” his experiments in vocal poetry, which were all based on combinatorial analysis and permutations. Of these experiments carried out over a period of five years (1972-1977), only one has remained , and its author has presented it on several public and private occasions, both in its recorded form as well as in live performances. It is the piece called Colors [Colors], which is based on the repetition of words that name colors: red, yellow, green, blue. And each word has a different tonality. Colores is derived from the permutation of four word-tones, a work inspired by both serialist composition and conceptualism.

Audio paintings: Verbal Structures for Voice (1972) presents for the first time in vinyl format the full version of Colores and adds a live recording of the piece performed in 1998. The publication also includes a booklet with extensive liner notes by Luis Alvarado, with information on several dimensions of Eielson's relationship with sound poetry, thus becoming a reference album for scholars and collections on the art of voice and sound poetry. This album is published by Buh Records with the support of Proyecto AMIL, who have joined efforts to develop a collection dedicated to presenting fundamental Peruvian works that operate at the borders of visual arts and sound."

Artist : Jorge Eduardo Eielson

Label: Buh Records

CAT No: BR117

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We have received works from Buh Records, an experimental label specializing in Latin America from Lima, Peru.

This work is a record released in 19724 by Peruvian acoustic poet Jorge Eduardo Eielson (2006-2019).

Contains works released in 1972. Comes with liner notes.

"Jorge Eduardo Eielson's work in the field of visual and sound poetry has been conspicuously absent from international anthologies related to these fields. One reason for this absence may be that both poet and visual artist Given his wide and complex body of work, circulation in this field may be limited, but in recent years this aspect of his work has become well known and has led to the development of experimental poetry. came to be seen in its own right as a valuable contribution.

Jorge Eduardo Eielson experimented with vocal poetry called ``vocal structures'' or ``audio paintings.'' Of these experiments, carried out over a five-year period from 1972 to 1977, only one remains, and its author has published it several times in public and privately, both in recorded form and in live performance. The work is called Colores [Colors] and is based on the repetition of words representing colors such as red, yellow, green, and blue. Each word has a different tonality. Colores is a work derived from four tonal permutations, drawing inspiration from both serialist composition and conceptualism.

The audio painting Verbal Structures for Voice (1972) was the first recording of the full version of Colores, and included a live recording of the piece performed in 1998. Also included is a booklet with extensive liner notes by Luis Alvarado, containing information about Eielson's various connections to sound poetry. The album was published by Buh Records with the support of Proyecto AMIL, who collaborated to develop a collection showcasing the fundamental works of Peruvian artists working at the interface of visual art and sound. "

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Buh Records releases available at Tobira.

----------------------

12 "black vinyl.

tracklist:

1. Colores (1972) 08:52
2. Colores (Live, 1998) 05:24

Buh Records:

"The work of Jorge Eduardo Eielson (Lima 1924 - Milán 2006) in the fields of visual and sound poetry has been conspicuously absent from the international anthologies pertaining to these disciplines. One of the reasons of this absence may be the limited circulation of this side of his broad and complex output as a poet and visual artist. In the past few years, though, this aspect of his work has become better known, and can now be seen, in its own right, as a valuable contribution to the development of experimental poetry.

Jorge Eduardo Eielson called “vocal structures” or “audio paintings” his experiments in vocal poetry, which were all based on combinatorial analysis and permutations. Of these experiments carried out over a period of five years (1972-1977), only one has remained , and its author has presented it on several public and private occasions, both in its recorded form as well as in live performances. It is the piece called Colors [Colors], which is based on the repetition of words that name colors: red, yellow, green, blue. And each word has a different tonality. Colores is derived from the permutation of four word-tones, a work inspired by both serialist composition and conceptualism.

Audio paintings: Verbal Structures for Voice (1972) presents for the first time in vinyl format the full version of Colores and adds a live recording of the piece performed in 1998. The publication also includes a booklet with extensive liner notes by Luis Alvarado, with information on several dimensions of Eielson's relationship with sound poetry, thus becoming a reference album for scholars and collections on the art of voice and sound poetry. This album is published by Buh Records with the support of Proyecto AMIL, who have joined efforts to develop a collection dedicated to presenting fundamental Peruvian works that operate at the borders of visual arts and sound."

Artist : Jorge Eduardo Eielson

Label: Buh Records

CAT No: BR117