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continuo-docs:

Peter BrötzmannThe Inexplicable Flyswatter: Works on paper 1959-1964, 48-page book+enhanced CD published by Atavistic/Unheard Music Series, USA, 2003

This is a catalogue to an exhibition of German saxophonist Peter Brötzmann’s paintings, collages and lithographs that took place at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, and at Woodland Pattern Book Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 2003. Focusing on the early 1960s period, John Corbett’s essay and the rare documents included assess Brötzmann’s role as a visual artist who was close to the Cobra and NADA groups, was Nam June Paik’s assistant during the latter’s exhibition in Wuppertal in 1963 and collaborated with George Maciunas and Emmett Williams during the Fluxus Festival organized in Amsterdam by Willem De Ridder in June 1963. Enhanced-CD includes 2 tracks of music (1965, quartet), an interview (1965) and three silent films (1963/4).

(via nonrockandroll)

alfiusdebux:

Scene from the ballad ‘The Dragon of Wantley’;Print made by John June ca. 1744-1775
The bawdy ballad ‘The Dragon of Wantley’ may have been first printed in 1699 in ‘Wit and Mirth: Or, Pills to Purge Melancholy’, and was later the subject of an opera by Henry Carey in 1737.

alfiusdebux:

Scene from the ballad ‘The Dragon of Wantley’;
Print made by John June ca. 1744-1775

The bawdy ballad ‘The Dragon of Wantley’ may have been first printed in 1699 in ‘Wit and Mirth: Or, Pills to Purge Melancholy’, and was later the subject of an opera by Henry Carey in 1737.

(Source: kriemhildsrevenge)

chabochi:

Coochsiwuikioma-Delbridge Honanie, Flute Soceity, 1973

chabochi:

Coochsiwuikioma-Delbridge Honanie, Flute Soceity, 1973