Anaïs Nin, Bebe Barron, Louis Barron, Ian Hugo - Atlantis Incest download album
- Performer: Anaïs Nin
- Title: Atlantis Incest
- Genre: Electronic / Audio / Classical / Screen - Stage
- Formats: MP2 DMF VOC AIFF ASF MPC APE
- Style: Abstract, Ambient, Broken Beat, Experimental, Leftfield, Minimal, Noise, Poetry, Special Effects, Power Electronics, Spoken Word, Audiobook
- MP3 album: 1576 mb
- FLAC album: 1696 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
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Bebe Barron (June 16, 1925 – April 20, 2008) and Louis Barron (April 23, 1920 – November 1, 1989) were two American pioneers in the field of electronic music. She was born as Charlotte May Wind in Minneapolis on June 16, 1925, the only child of Ruth and Frank Wind.
Composed for film "Bells of Atlantis" (Ian Hugo, 1952), of excerpt from Anaïs Nin's "Reading From Her Own Prose-Poem House Of Incest" with sounds by Louis and Bebe Barron.
The writer Anaïs Nin provides dialogue from her novella House of Incest and appears adrift in the undersea realm of Atlantis before ascending to dry land. A perfect fusion of poetry and film, with dense layered imagery and music from electro pioneers Louise and Bebe Barron. The writer Anaïs Nin provides dialogue from her novella House of Incest and appears adrift in the undersea realm of Atlantis before ascending to dry land. Bebe Barron Louis Barron.
Bebe and Louis Barron. But one thing led to another, and pretty soon Louis was devouring books on electronic circuits, and hay-wiring his own to create avant-garde sounds; he’d create tubes and oscillators while Bebe modified the loops and funked-up the tapes. Eventually, the couple moved to New York and went on to work with John Cage. Indeed, Bells of Atlantis was first inspired by Nin’s 1947 prose-poem, House of Incest, which (spoiler) isn’t actually about incest, but rather taking the reader on a surreal, oneiric journey through what Nin describes as the narrator’s escape from a woman’s season in hell (sounds fun, right?).
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Meet Bebe and Louis Barron, pioneers in the field of electronic music. Bells of Atlantis (1952) :: Ian Hugo - film, Anais Nin - text, electronic sound - Louis and Bebe Barron.