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Daunik Lazro, Carlos Zíngaro, Sakis Papadimitriou, Jean Bolcato


Label: Fou Records

Format: CD

Genre: Jazz

In stock


"Periferia is an ancient greek word which dérives from the verb perifero,i.e, to bear, bring about; Periferoalso means to let someone know or makesomething known to people, therefore to spread and communicate.

Periferia as a specific area is the perimeter of any closed system. But the1ine of letter Фcuts like a sword the circumference of the solid circle. Periferia symbolizes the fact that you are always far from the center, thatyou follow paths which will never bring you towards the center — youremain marginal by definition.

The verb in passive voice, Periferomai, signifies the act of travelling here and there like a wandering Ulysses and at the same time swinging roundyourself. Periferiahas an erotic side and refers of course to woman's buttocks. Finally the noun periforais used in a ritualistic aspect and pictures aprocession while a litany is sung." - Sakis Papadimitriou


Cat. number: FR-CD43
Year: 2022
Recorded on April 10, 11, 12, 1993, Vandœuvre-Les-Nancy. Dessin de cass—photo d’horace First editions 1994 & 1996 at in situ (IS 164) Re-edition produced by Daunik Lazro at Disques Fou Records.