Jenseits ‚ Beyond : Sound Art - Volume Two (1989-2004)
Label: Firework Edition Records
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Sound Art - Volume Two (1989-2004). Born in 1935, strongly influenced by John Cage and his ideas, he works in the fiels of electroacoustic musics and 'concrete poetry'. 'Jenseits von Licht und Dunkel' (2001), 'The enigma engines' (2004), 'Feast on Bobb' (1997), 'Pour traverser la membrane de l'espace temps' (1992), 'Dizkus III' (1989), 'Gunnar' (2001).
Lars-Gunnar Bodin (1935, Stockholm, Sweden) is a composer, lingua-artist and intermedia-artist. Having received musical education in the sphere of Composition and Jazz, and being an artist at the same time, he has been involved in the experimental music and poetry since the early 1960s. Musical courses which he took in Darmstadt (courses delivered by Stockhausen and Ligeti, 1961) and impressions of Cage’s music focused his own creative interests on the frontier sound and verbal area, that was later named Text-Sound Composition (the term was coined in collaboration with Bengt Emil Johnson, later it was internationally accepted). In 1962 he was one of the founders of the Fylkingen Society for New Music and Intermedia, – one of the key phenomena of the experimental-poetic and musical art in Sweden.