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|1||Tract: A Composition Of Agitprop Music For Electromagnetic Tape||18:50|
|2||Tract: A Composition Of Agitprop Music For Electromagnetic Tape Part II||16:54|
|3||To Kill A Sunrise: A Requiem For Those Shot In The Back
Libretto By [Ensemble Speakers] – Ilhan MimarogluLibretto By [Singer] – Che GuevaraLibretto By [Solo Speakers] – Marco Antonio FloresVocals [Singer] – Mary Ann HoxworthVoice [Ensemble Speakers] – Ann McMillan, Basil Pao, Chris Washington, Clarence Bullard, Gugor Bozkurt, Ken Anderson (13), Laura Franco, Manfred BormannVoice [Solo Speakers] – Chris Washington, Geoffrey Gursoy
|4||La Ruche: An Elegy For Electromagnetic Tape
Cello – Jacques Wiederkehr*Directed By [Musical Direction] – Jean-Paul HolsteinHarpsichord – Michel MerletPiano – Martine Josie
- Artwork [Cover Collage] – Dawson Prater
- Libretto By [Text] – Ilhan Mimaroglu (tracks: 1, 2)
- Performer [With The Participation Of The Pop Group] – Topsy Turvy Moon (tracks: 1, 2)
- Reissue Producer – Dawson Prater
- Remastered By – Ernst Karel
- Vocals [Singing And Speaking] – Tuly Sand (tracks: 1, 2)
- Voice [Auxiliary Speaking Voices Of] – Erdem Buri (tracks: 1, 2), Ilhan Mimaroglu (tracks: 1, 2)
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Under license from Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. Used by permission.
This edition © & ℗ 2004 Locust Music, a division of Locust Media.
"Tract" composed and realized in the studios of American Center for Students and Artists (Paris, France) and Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center (New-York, N.Y., 1972-74). Text based on direct and paraphrased quotations from Alexander Bakunin, Bertolt Brecht, Jean-Baptiste Clément, Mahir Cayan, Nâzim Hikmet, Piotr Kropotkin, Mao Tse-Toung, Karl Marx & Eugène Pottier. The voice of Nâzim Hikmet and fragment from Groupe 17's recording of l'Internationale, courtesy of Le Chant du Monde, Paris, France.
"To Kill a Sunrise" composed in Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center (New-York, N.Y., 1974).
"La Ruche" composed at Groupe de Recherches Musicales (Paris, France, 1968). An ORTF-GRM commission.
Original liner notes reprinted courtesy of Ilhan Mimaroglu.
Special thanks to Erdem Helvacioglu, Margot Nassa and D.A. Sonneborn at Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, and Cathy Carapella at Diamond Time.
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