Don Cherry Illustrates Andre Breton’s Surrealist Poetry In Paris

Via UbuWeb, avant-garde jazz great Don Cherry visually and aurally enacts a poem of Andre Breton, turning 1973 Paris into another realm altogether:

Don Cherry, trumpet, illustrating an Andre Breton poem in various Paris locations. Breton poem read by Anthony Braxton.

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  • VivianMaloney

    This is exquisite. Thank you very much for posting it.

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