Durutti Column - Jacqueline - Hacienda 1987

1987 the Durutti Column perform 'Jacqueline' Vini Reilly - Guitar, Keyboards Bruce Mitchell - Drums John Metcalfe - Viola, Xylophone

dEUS - Simple Pleasures 2023


Norman Salant · Benjamin Bossi Saxophone Duo 2011 - Truxton

Norman Salant Sax Talk 2009 - Kiyo

Norman Salant Yodeling Goodbye 2018 - All Gone Forward

Norman Salant Sax / Off 2011 - TV Dances

Norman Salant Saxaphone Demonstrations 1981 - - After Loving

Sonisk Blodbad - Blue Room (Single Edit)

Sonisk Blodbad · For Absent Friends (feat. Fernando Saunders)

Elegy (feat. Laurie Amat & Don Preston) Sonisk Blodbad

Sonisk Blodbad DROWN 2013 - laurie amat

Swell Maps Jane from Occupied Europe- Collison With a Frogman... 1980


Robert Ashley - Isolde (Marie Isolde)

Robert Ashley - The Bar (Side A) + "Blue" Gene Tyranny +David Van Tieghem+Jill Kroesen

Robert Ashley – voice "Blue" Gene Tyranny – keyboards, piano, organ, clavinet David Van Tieghem – percussion, chorus Jill Kroesen – chorus Note: Perfect Lives - An opera in seven episodes "The Bar" is episode four: Rodney, the bartender, meets Buddy, the piano player. This performance of "The Bar" was composed and produced in collaboration with "Blue" Gene Tyranny and Peter Gordon.


Suzanne Ciani · Jonathan Fitoussi - Golden Apples Of The Sun


75 Dollar Bill's double album "I Was Real"

75 Dollar Bill - Earth Saw

The NYC based duo of Rick Brown and Che Chen, creates hypnotic, pulsing music that weaves an ecstatic line from raw electric blues, Arabic modes and entrancing folk minimalism back to the streets of New York. “New York’s 75 Dollar Bill are an astonishingly potent next stage in an ongoing cultural exchange…magnificent; like a gnawa ritual that’s been convened by Junior Kimbrough.” – Uncut (75 Best Albums of 2016, #32) “The instrumental duo of Che Chen and Rick Brown have been blowing minds on the East Coast live circuit with little more than an electric guitar and a wooden crate rhythm section.” – The Wire (Releases of the Year, #16) "Gloriously mind-frying, ritualistic splatter of Zen blues and Arabic and African music-influenced riff-rock repetition that shows Brown and Chen expanding their lineup with sax, violin, bass and second guitar. The sound may be bigger with a sweeter shine yet it remains unmistakably 75 Dollar Bill: epically shambolic, thrifty and jazzy guitarscapes dripping of ecstatic hypnotism." – The Observer (The Best Experimental Albums of 2016 - So Far) "It’s hard not to slip into ridiculous hyperbole when it comes to 75 Dollar Bill. Best band in New York City? Best band in the USA? Best band in the universe?...they’ve definitely nailed down a thrillingly original sound. -- Aquarium Drunkard

75 Dollar Bill - 15 (YASI)

Luciano Berio Acousmatrix - The History of Electronic Music VII - Thema - Omaggio a Joyce

Bernard Parmegiani - Rencontre Brisson

Cordell Jackson and Poison Ivy, 1979


Action Painting, Chigiana, Siena 2017, Tiina Osara

painting, music, action painting, Improvisation, Siena 2017, Chigiana, Tiina Osara, Antonio Caggiano, Alessandro Carbonare, Patrick Gallois, Museum, Santa Maria Della Scala, live, concert, performance, Synesthesia,

Performance Art in the Borchardt Library

Expend was produced by Prue Stevenson, a Melbourne based artist on the autism spectrum, on 31 March 2017, in the Writer's Block Cafe, Borchardt Library. Prue is a Taekwondo Black Belt, and performance art helps her expend the excess energy caused by autism. An exhibition of Prue's work was arranged by the Olga Tennison Autism Research Centre (OTARC) in partnership with the La Trobe Art Institute, to mark World Autism Day​ at La Trobe University on 2 April 2017.

Ryoji Ikeda: Test Pattern 100m Version at Ruhrtriennale 2013

In this video we attend the opening of Japanese artist and composer Ryoji Ikeda's audiovisual installation "Test Pattern [100m Version]" at Duisburg's Kraftzentrale, within the framework of Ruhrtriennale -- International Arts Festival. Ikeda's work translates the digital data that surrounds us in everyday life into flickering barcodes. On the artist's 100-meter-long projection, the visitor is at the same time viewer and part of the image. The installation is accompanied by a rhythmical soundtrack. Concept and composition are by Ryoji Ikeda, computer graphics and programming by Tomonaga Tokuyama. Ryoji Ikeda: Test Pattern 100m Version at Ruhrtriennale 2013. Opening, August 22, 2013.

The immense electronic art of Ryoji Ikeda


A very small percentage of people may experience a seizure when exposed to certain visual images, including flashing lights or patterns. If you or any of your relatives have a history of seizures or epilepsy, consult a doctor before watching. Footage from Ryoji Ikeda's mind-blowing video installation at the Park Avenue Armory. New York, NY.

The experience of things, Heiner Goebbels. [TRAILER]

An artist portrait as well as a look on contemporary theater creation. In his new piece 'Stifters Dinge', Heiner Goebbels, director and composer, works without any actors neither musicians on stage, nevertheless it's really about living arts. Inspiring from Stifters texts from the 19 century, Heiner Goebbels builds this experimental performance, an extraordinary artistic challenge, by using new technologies, with the complicity of his stage designer Klaus Grünberg, and also with an high level technical crew in Théatre Vidy Lausanne. During the creation, this work-in-progress session reveals a space, time and « things » experience, a travel through picture and sound, letting materials, objects, machines, elements, talking and telling what they have to say. Throught this documentary, blending interviews and ambiances of work , without any comments, we assist to a creation process, and we discover how a visual and sound installation, remoted by computers only, can take place today in theater ?

Documentary: Heiner Goebbels, Everything that happened and would happen

Alfred 23 Harth - Cold Hope (1986)

Cassiber At Last I Am Free

a brilliant tribute to Robert Wyatt!!!!!

Heiner Goebbels / Alfred Harth: Duos fuer F.H. - At last I am free

Heiner Goebbels / Alfred Harth: Duos fuer F.H. - At last I am free

Alfred Harth: Body & Mentation with Paul Bley, Trilok Gurtu, Maggie Nichols

Alfred Harth alto and soprano saxophones, bass clarinet Paul Bley piano Trilok Gurtu percussion Maggie Nichols voice

Heiner Goebbels: Surrogate Cities Venice - part 2/3

The Liberation of Prometheus. Music drawn on a text by Heiner MÜLLER an...

eu vi esteconcerto- performance, com o actor Portugues em 1997 Heiner Mueller «The Liberation of Prometheus »1997, com um cenário deslumbrante, em palco Heiner Goebbels ,Keyboards/Sampler/, Drums/Vocals David Moss, com declamação do actor Português, no Teatro Rivoli no Porto ou no carlos alberto?. The Liberation of Prometheus was first released as a radio piece in 1985 which was awarded several prices. The first live performance (with André Wilms and Heiner Mueller) took place in Marseille. Early versions (1992) with Heiner Mueller or local actors in the their language; e.g. in France (Mauberge), Brazil (San Salvadore Bahia, Belo Horizonte), Spain (Barcelona, Valencia) and Italy (Bari). The recent version (with Ernst Stoetzner or André Wilms) was premiered in 1993 at the Theater am Turm, Frankfurt and has been shown since then for about 80 times in 18 countries: Austria (Innsbruck), Belgium (Brussels), Canada (Toronto), Columbia (Bogota), Denmark (Kopenhagen), England (London), Finland (Helsinki), France (Montpellier, Strasbourg, Mulhouse, Marseille, Paris), Germany (Berlin, Cologne, Darmstadt, Frankfurt, Freiburg, Bochum, Kalrsruhe, Munich, Nuernberg), Greece (Delphi), Italy (Taormina, Bari, Bologna, Turin, Palermo), Japan (Tokyo), Poland (Warszaw), Portugal (Lisboa, Porto), Switzerland (Zürich, Genève) and Turkey (Istanbul).


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