Triptyque emancipation des mots
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Composed by Benjamin PERET and Mirtha POZZI. XXIst century. 21st century, secular. Octavo. Editions a Coeur Joie #A112800013. Published by Editions a Coeur Joie (CJ.A112800013).

Sommaire / Contents :- Hymne (3 voix / 3 voices)- Babord pour tous (2 voix + frappements de mains / 2 voices + hand claps)- Homme de quart homme de demi (2 voix / 2 voices)Three pieces a cappella in spoken-rhythm by Mirtha Pozzi, on three poems by Benjamin Peret.The three poems of this triptych plunge us into the world of Benjamin Peret, a poet who plays with words, blurring all definitions. He himself says to us: At once satisfied the primordial need to which it corresponds, the language becomes poetry.The choice to compose from Benjamin Peret's poems was quite natural, no doubt prompted by Mirtha Pozzi's attraction to the humor and freedom of writing of surrealist poets.This triptych is composed from: Hymne, Babord pour tous and Homme de quart homme de demi. These last two poems are part of Le Passager du Transatlantique, a work of youth of the writer who dreamed then to travel while contemplating the big boats that left for America from the port of Saint-Nazaire. Later, he will make trips to Brazil (where he will explore the rituals of Macumba and Candomble) and Mexico (where he will start to write an anthology on pre-Columbian mythology and legends).For the spoken-rhythmic compositions, how can you escape Benjamin Peret, The Prince of the Surrealists, the most faithful friend of Andre Breton? He created a new poetic form, perverting systematically the conventional use of the language and using the free associations, discovered thanks to the automatic writing, main tool of the surrealist literary creation.It is possible to interpret only one or two parts of this triptych, indicating that they are part of the Triptyque emancipation des mots on three poems by Benjamin Peret.Complete Works of Benjamin Peret are published by Corti editions.Thanks to Mr Bertrand Fillaudeau from Corti editions, to Gerard Roche from the Association of Benjamin Peret's friends and to Geraldine Toutain, musician.