FYLKINGEN INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN

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No. 1. 1966; Nos. 1-2. 1967; No. 1.1969: SPECIAL Issue: Fylkingen Catalogue of TEXT - SOUND - COMPOSITIONS (Cat. Raisonne) Copyright 1969; No. 2.1969. (original wrappers, fine, and the special issue in blue plastic ring binder, w. printed title, 25 x 25 cm, stapled, 32 unpag. pp.). TOGETHER WITH: Fylkingen Och Sveriges Radio Presenterar Tre Kvaller Med Text-Ljud-Kompositioner II. April 1969 Stockholm: Fylkingen, 1969. 30 x 21 cm 4 pp loose in folded paper cover. Includes a programme of radio transmissions, loosely inserted. Swedish text. A few marks to cover o.w. very good. (From the archive of Henri Chopin). Probably complete.

EUR 1,500.00

Edited by Fylkingen - Society for Experimental Music and Art . Most probably the complete set. Issue 1/ 1966. FYLKINGEN BULLETIN Nr 1. 1966. Stockholm: Fylkingen Society for Experimental Art, 1966. 24 x 22 cm. 48 pp with b&w illustrations. Swedish text. Printed glossy covers, lightly stained. Contains: John CAGE, Dagbok. (Probably all published of that year). Issue 1/1967 Printed papercovers, 25 x 22 cm, stapled, 44 (+ 2) pp. Texts in English + French. Contributions by K. Wiggen: Memorandum 1965, G. Larsen: Fylkingen, its development and aims, John Pierce, Oskar Hansen, Yona Friedman: Architecture mobile, Anthony Hill, S. Fagerberg, Carl Lesche. Approx. 30 b+w illustr. incl. photogr. of K.H.Stockhausen performing "Kontakte" in 1960 Issue 2 / 1967 Printed papercovers, 25 x 22 cm, stapled, 56 (+ 2) pp. Texts in English + French + Swedish. Contributions by Pierre Schaeffer, Iannis Xenakis, Gunnar Hellstroerm, A. Lucier, NAM JUNE PAIK (Experiment elektronisk bild), Kostas Axelos. Approx. 10 b+w illustr. incl. photographs of PAIK and TV-installation. No. 1.1969: SPECIAL Issue: Fylkingen Catalogue of TEXT - SOUND - COMPOSITIONS (Cat. Raisonne) Copyright 1969. Blue plastic ring binder, w. printed title, 25 x 25 cm, stapled, 32 unpag. pp. No. 2. Stockholm, 1969. Original wrappers; 32 pp.; sq. 8vo. Contribs. incl.: 'Some Functions of Music' (by Erik Götlind); 'The Musical Background of Computer Music' (by Knut Wiggen); 'Fylkingen's group for Linguistic Arts and Text-Sound Compositions' (by Bengt E. Johnson); 'Festival à Stockholm' by Henri Chopin; written score of Bernard Heidsieck's composition 'Terre à Terre'. 25 cm, stapled, 32 unpag. pp. Special Issue: Preface in English by the Fylkingen Linguistic Group. Lists works of Henri Chopin, Bernard Heidsieck, Francois Durfrene, Bob Cobbing, O. Fahlstrom, Ilse + Pierre Garnier, John Giorno, Brion Gysin, Dick Higgins, Jandl, Ray Johnson, Kriwet, Bengt af Klintberg, Jackson MacLow, Ladislav Novak, Carl Reutersward, G. Wolman et al. plus a Discography and Addendas.

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