From: Fred Camper (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Feb 03 2010 - 19:45:37 PST
I'm not sure about Brakhage's writings about "pre-verbal" sound;
perhaps someone else can help.
"Fire of Waters" has a pretty abstract sound track. "Blue Moses" has a
very "verbal" sound track, but it is in a way a critique of languistic
His later sound films were mostly collaborations with composers, and
he avoided obvious syncing between music and image. Three of those
will be in the set too. "Crack Glass Elegy" in the first set is a
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