Wergo a previously unknown shellac recording of the dadaist recording his immortal sound poem, ursonate, from the. Noted in other books and periodicals published at the time in both europe and russia, this aesthetic exemplifies the most innovative, daring and uptodate graphic design trend. The exact date and place of this recording is unknown. The poem was influenced by raoul hausmanns poem fmsbw which schwitters. This performance marks the rare occasion of a woman publicly performing schwitters sound poem, first performed by book in 1984 at chicago filmmakers and more recently at roulette in new york.
For the expertise, three recordings were compared to each other. Kurt schwitters, jaap blonk ursonate 192 kbps, file. Lursonate est composee par kurt schwitters entre 1922 et 1932. Unique to schwitters composition, however, is the unpredictable, irregular, and lively use of space on the pages. Some words to kurt schwitters ursonate, by jaap blonk kurt schwitters was born in hannover in 1887. The final version, however, developed by way of innumerable performances given by schwitters between 1926 and 1932. Kurt schwitters ursonate, written between 1922 and 1932 was the. Since 1993, a cd containing the complete ursonate has been distributed as an original performance by kurt schwitters.
Kurt schwitters, london 1944 nine portraits kurt schwitters was rebuffed from joining the berlin klubdada, as he was considered. Schwitterss ursonate and the merz barn wall leonardo. Blonk performs ursonate with realtime typography youtube. The rejection disappointed schwitters, but he was in good company as neither max ernst or jean hans arpwho had been central figures in the original zurich dada groupjoined this new dada political offshoot. Below the fold, you can find 9 versions of it by sound artists from around the world. Reliable information about the coronavirus covid19 is available from the world health organization current situation, international travel. William kentridge incants kurt schwitterss iconic dada sound poem.
Therefore the design of media art net will not display correctly. Kurt hermann eduard karl julius schwitters was a german artist who was born in hanover, germany. Goldsmith is the author of eight books of poetry, founding editor of. Transmedia artist lynn book performed kurt schwitters ursonate 1922 in the charlotte and philip hanes arts gallery at wake forest university in north carolina on november 5, 20. Kurt schwitters jaap blonk ursonate releases discogs. Perhaps amazon should ask wergo for clarification of their claim. Ce poeme sonore reprend lesthetique dada et nous propose ainsi une. It comprises an extensive first movement, a largo passage, a scherzo and trio, and a virtuoso finale and cadenza. Kurt schwitters has 60 books on goodreads with 1103 ratings.
If you see this text you use a browser which does not support usual webstandards. Kurt schwitters gave a new meaning to the phonetic poetry invented by raoul hausmann when he wrote one of his greatest pieces. Schwitters worked in several genres and media, including dadaism, constructivism, surrealism, poetry, sound, painting, sculpture, graphic design, typography, and what came to be known as installation art. Christian bok, florian kaplick, christopher fox and jaap blonk perform kurt schwitters ursonate in the warth mill as part of the opening weekend of the 2011. He also made pioneering progress with sound poetry, and in that field is best know for his pieces ursonate and anna blume.
This performance marks the rare occasion of a woman publicly performing schwitters sound poem, first performed by book in 1984 at chicago filmmakers and. Ursonate 192232 ursonate score mp3 versions of the ursonate in ubuweb sound audio works audio works of kurt schwitters in ubuweb sound kurt schwitters is generally acknowledged as the twentieth centurys greatest master of collage. The authenticity of the recording has been doubted since its release by artists, scholars, and critics due to the manner of the interpretation and the pitch of the speakers voice. Since 1993, a cd containing the complete ursonate has been distributed as an original performance by kurt schwitters wergo, mainz, wer 63042. The existance of this original recording is a miracle. He studied at the applied arts school, the art academy and the institute of technology.
This book presents a study by anne blood of the pioneering artist kurt schwitters b. Synopsis at the end of world war i, the german artist kurt schwitters dramatically broke with dominant artistic traditions by adopting collage as the primary medium for his literary and visual production. Discover book depositorys huge selection of kurt schwitters books online. Kurt schwitters ursonate, written between 1922 and 1932 was the greatest sound poem of the 20th century. Kurt schwitters, eberhard blum ursonate 1992, cd discogs. Ursonate kurt schwitters performed by michael schmid. This performance marks the rare occasion of a woman publicly performing schwitters sound poem, first performed by book in 1984 at chicago filmmakers and more recently at roulette in new york, though never recorded until now. Jaap blonks live performance of kurt schwitters ursonate, augmented by realtime live computational typography by golan levin. Kurt schwitters ursonate complete poem with verses. Just as collage is essentially the medium of irony, so schwitters. Kurt schwitters sculpture at museum of modern art, new york risultati immagini per kurt schwitters important art by kurt schwitters. Kurt hermann eduard karl julius schwitters 20 june 1887 8 january 1948 was a german artist who was born in hanover, germany schwitters worked in several genres and media, including dadaism. Performance at stuk kunstencentrum, leuven, january. Lockdown sleep music 247, sleep therapy, sleep meditation, calm music, insomnia, study, spa, relax body mind zone 3,225 watching live now.1007 1299 1446 1401 1470 1566 1335 597 297 914 1351 1156 568 147 1337 1047 106 139 9 393 1333 803 299 879 809 64 1010 68 1153 332 1459