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Here are four
improvisations by noisemakers Sonic Youth, who are in their fifties by
the way, in front of a screen showing short films by the late Stan Brakhage.
While Brakhage's work is considered avant garde, his experiments with
movement, rhythm, making films without a camera and a non-narrative flow
in film is said to have had a profound influence on MTV-styled videos
and the works of film directors like Martin Scorsese, David Fincher, and
These were the films
that Sonic Youth improvised to:
* Scenes from Under
Childhood: Section 1 (1967) 25 min
* Garden of Earthy
Delights (1981) 2.5 min
* The Dead (1960)
* The Wonder Ring
(1955) 4 min
* Dog Star Man, Part
II (1960) 6 min
* Birds of Paradise
(1999) 3 min
* Cat's Cradle (1959)
If you want to listen
to this CD and watch the above shorts, you can buy a copy of the 2 DVD
set By Brakhage: Anthology on Criterion. It collects 26 of his works.
Most of Brakhage's films are soundless.
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live at Stan Brakhage Memorial,
Anthology Film Archives, in New York, on Apr 12 2003.
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Live improvised instrumental
score with films of Stan Brakhage. The above show was recorded using core
sound binural mics onto a DAT deck.
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