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Karel Appel: Musique Barbare

In 1963, Karel Appel (1921-2006), one of the founders of the avant-garde movement Cobra, logged time in the Instituut Voor Sonologie to compose music for a documentary being made on himself by cinematographer Jan Vrijman. Made in collaboration with the Insituut's member Frits Weiland, the result is a fantastic mix of electric organ fumblings to full-on riots of distorted kettle drum and assorted percussion-room filigree, assembled into an extremely edit-heavy suite - much use of tape-speed manipulation.

Physical description:
LP version, gatefold sleeve, deluxe digipack with a 24 page booklet 

Track listing:
1. Paysage électronique
2. Poème barbare
3. Le cavalier blanc 

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