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Filipe Pires "Canto Ecumenico" [LP]

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Label: Grama - Grama002

超傑作盤遂に再発!! 大大大注目のとんでもないレーベルです!! 電子音楽の分野に於いてどマイナーな部類に入るポルトガルの作曲家の音源を、全てLPフォーマットにて復刻&発掘していくという16年始動の気鋭レーベルGrama。世界各地の民族音楽、またその現地録音を超変態的にザクザクとカットアップした最強表題曲[Canto Ecuménico]を収録したFilipe Pires1980年出版の大名盤が初のLPフォーマットリイシュー!! 電子音楽マニアのみならずオブスキュア&狂った音盤ファン全てにオススメ出来る激名作。レーベル全タイトル大推薦。限定200部。



Composed at the Ina GRM - the two B-side pieces, both in 1972 - & at his own “Private” studio in Porto - the A-side, 1979 - this trilogy of Musique Concrète pieces by the Portugese composer Filipe Pires was initially issued in 1980 as part of Imavox’s “Discoteca Básica Nacional” series - #13, alongside Jorge Peixinho’s epic “Elegia a Amílcar Cabral” - #6.

“Canto Ecuméncio” is a beautifully chaotic & extended ride, wherein we’re taken through a brutalist, man-on-the-street voyage through various folk-forms in an overdriven & ultra-present manner, positing itself as the spiritual heir to Logothetis’ “Fantasmata 1960” - with which it shares a strikingly similar energy and/or timbral / thematic bent - worth it for the price of admission alone.

The two GRM pieces are slightly more nuanced, showing Pires as a fine studio technician as well as exhibiting an excellent conceptual sense - "Litania’s” sheet-metal grapplings are the stuff of legend, rivaling only Xenakis’ “Bohor” in its presaging of industrial forms - but i’m personally the most enamored with the pause-pregnant eruption-eerings of “Homo Sapiens” - as fine an example of the possibilities of the tape-studio at the turn of the 70s as any, sharing Tod Dockstader’s affinity for the between-the-stations telemetries of radio transmissions amidst clattering piano & percussion juxtapositions. (Keith Fullerton Whitman)

Side A
Canto Ecuménico (1979) 24’45”

Side B
Litania (1972) 14’31”
Homo Sapiens (1972) 13’38”