Valeri Scherstjanoi - Ars Scribendi mp3 flac
- Album: Ars Scribendi
- MP3: 1257 mb | FLAC: 1179 mb
- Released: 1992
- Style: Poetry, Experimental
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 633
- Format: RA FLAC TTA AHX DTS AA AIFF
Valeri Scherstjanoi – Ars Scribendi.
Valeri SCHERSTJANOI (Russia). Valeri Scherstjanoi (b. 1950) – poet, sound-performer, graphic artist-scribentist. Author of a number of poetry books, and since 1983 he has been writing theoretical texts (original poet’s theory and practice of Ars Scribendi) and articles on the history of the Russian futurism in magazines, collections, literary miscellanies and anthologies. From 1994 to 1998 he was the art director of the International festival bobeobi (Berlin).
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Valeri Scherstjanoi, born 1950, grew up in Krasnodar in the south of the present-day Russian Federation. He is a sound-poet, writer, and graphic artist since 1968. He is the author of a number of poetry-books and has been writing theoretical texts (his own poetic theory and the practice of Ars Scribendi) as well as articles and books on the history of Russian Futurism in magazines, collections, and anthologies. He lives and works in Berlin.
Every track features vocals by Homler. A couple of tracks also include vocals by David Moss. If your browser is not rendering the title of the album correctly, it is "Do Ya Sa' Di Do" with macrons over the two os. (This is also the title of the final track. This is an excellent release, and is probably still the best introduction to Homler if you've never heard her work before. 21. Valeri Scherstjanoi: "gesang via ars scribendi".