Black Matter Phantasm / The Ebony Tower - Les Chants De Maldoror FLAC album
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Les Chants de Maldoror. Explanation With this exhibition, the Dalí Foundation is following along the line initiated last year of exhibiting graphic work from the Foundation's collection. On this occasion it is presenting a Surrealist work - the illustrated artist's book Les Chants de Maldoror, dating from 1934. The exhibition comprises 38 items: the thirty photogravures that make up the series, the text part of the book, three proof etchings and four of the so-far unshown preparatory drawings for this publication. Les Chants de Maldoror contains thirty photogravures and twelve vignettes which were created by Dalí over the course of 1933 and 1934 to illustrate the book by Isidore Ducasse, count of Lautréamont. Originally written in 1869, this is a rebellious and provocative work recognised by Surrealists as a masterpiece in the history of literature.
Les Chants de Maldoror (The Songs of Maldoror) is a French poetic novel, or a long prose poem. It was written and published between 1868 and 1869 by the Comte de Lautréamont, the nom de plume of the Uruguayan-born French writer Isidore Lucien Ducasse. The work concerns the misanthropic, misotheistic character of Maldoror, a figure of evil who has renounced conventional morality.
The Ebony Tower (1974) by John Fowles is a collection of five novellas and short stories with interlacing themes, each built around a medieval myth: The Ebony Tower, Eliduc, Poor Koko, The Enigma and The Cloud. Band Name KC. Album Name Les Chants de Maldoror. Released date 06 January 2003. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleAtmospheric Gothic. Members owning this album0. 1. Les Quatre Points de l'Horizon. 3. Le Crabe de la Débauche. 4. Déviation Anormale. 5. Atonie Encéphalique. 6. La Folie n'est qu'Intermittente. Other productions from KC. Les Chants de Maldoror. Albums in Atmospheric Gothic. Carnival of Lost Souls.
The song title references Les Chants de Maldoror (The Songs of Maldoror), a long surrealistic and macabre prose poem consisting of six cantos. It was written and published in the late 1860s by the Comte de Lautréamont, the pseudonym of the Uruguayan-born French writer Isidore-Lucien Ducasse (April 4, 1846 - November 24, 1870). The title character Maldoror is a figure of absolute evil who is opposed to God and humanity, and has shunned conventional morality. The work had a major influence on modern literature, particularly on the Surrealists and the Situationists. This was the most challenging. Album Innocence Reaches. Les Chants de Maldoror Lyrics . Les Chants de Maldoror is a poem of six cantos which are subdivided into 60 verses of different length (I/14, II/16, III/5, IV/8, V/7, VI/10). The verses were originally not numbered, but rather separated by lines. The final eight stanzas of the last canto form a small novel, and were marked with Roman numerals.
Les chants du hasard. Three things drew me into this first song: First, the cover art by Jeff Grimal (above); second, the fact that the album will be released by I, Voidhanger Records (whose selections are always fascinating); and third, this description of the music: NO GUITARS, NO BASSES, NO DRUMS. Orchestra is the new black. Lyrics are written in the form of Les Chants de Maldoror from Comte de Lautréamont, a French author from the 19th century.
|1-1||–Black Matter Phantasm||J'ai Fait Un Pacte Avec La Prostitution||30:39|
|1-2||–Black Matter Phantasm||Afin De Semer Le Desordre Dans Les Familles||30:25|
|2-1||–Black Matter Phantasm||La Lepre Noire De L'Erreur||1:00:33|
|3-1||–The Ebony Tower||Maldoror Part One||37:27|
|3-2||–The Ebony Tower||Maldoror Part Two||14:39|
|3-3||–The Ebony Tower||Maldoror Part Three||21:13|
|4-1||–The Ebony Tower||Maldoror Part Four||27:24|
|4-2||–The Ebony Tower||Maldoror Part Five||11:50|
|4-3||–The Ebony Tower||Maldoror Part Six||32:25|
NotesThanks to: Peter Paul Reubens, Francisco Goya, Rene Magritte & Oscar Dominguez.
Dedicated To Lautreamont