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In The Face Of Faceless Eye (LP)
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raymond dijkstra - louise landes levi - In The Face Of Faceless Eye (LP)

raymond dijkstra - louise landes levi

In The Face Of Faceless Eye (LP)

€ 120.00

LABEL: Des Astres d'Or
GENRE: Sound Art | FORMAT: LP | CATALOG N. d'or 036 | YEAR. (2019)

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**numbered edition of 25 copies. Original Artwork by Raymond Dijkstra / Louise Landes Levi** New work for spoken word and mellotron / pianoharp by Raymond Dijkstra crafting a ghostly and ceremonial sounding backdrop for and Louise Landes Levi's voice intoning Henri Michaux poems, to elegantly float, twist, moan, and churn through.


Louise Landes Levi is a poet, translator, musician, and performer whose travels have charted an elaborate constellation of mystic and cosmic pathways. A founding member of Daniel Moore’s Floating Lotus Magic Opera Company, she participated—from 1967 to 1969, alongside Terry Riley and Angus Maclise—in multidisciplinary drama inspired by Artaud’s research with the Tarahumara, the Balinese Gamelan, Tibetan monastic ritual, and Indian dance. Following studies at Mills College with sarangi master Pandit Ram Narayan, Levi traveled alone from Paris through Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan to reach northern India for research into its musical and poetic tradition. There, she studied with Sri Annapurna Devi and Ustad Abdul Majid Khan, later becoming Ali Ak Bar Khan’s pupil at the Basel Conservatory of Music and in California. Completing her journey in her birthplace of New York, Levi studied with La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, monitoring their Dream House into the 21st century. Levi has translated the work of Henri Michaux and Indian mystic Mira Bai (whose Sweet On My Lips La Monte Young wrote the introduction for) and is responsible for the first English translation of Rene Daumal’s Rasa, or Knowledge of the Self (New Directions, 1982).

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