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13 minutes | a month ago
On a trip to Turin, Anthony Waites visited an art gallery and was bewitched by a painting by Giorgio De Chirico which referenced the philosopher Nietzsche. This painting set of an incredible inspirational chain of hermetological events that can only be described as a momentous phenomenological happening which resulted on his return to London the writing of a modern Un Zeit-Oper about Nietzsche titled Going Mad In Turin; where the mercurial Harlequin and Pierot narrate the life story of the philosopher Nietzsche.
6 minutes | 2 months ago
The Trip To Turin
Anthony Waites and his 80's Minimal Synth band Scenes De La Boheme get invited to Turin to discuss the re issue of Cult vinyl single Zara. Things do not turn out as envisaged. However an exciting phenomenological occurrence sends Waites into an unchartered musical Odyssey.
8 minutes | 4 months ago
FINDING NIETZSCHE PODCAST TEASER EPISODE 1 THE PERFECT WORK OF ART
This is one of the most extraordinary musical stories of recent times. A story of undying endeavour, unquenchable passion and belief, in the spirit of music.When all seems lost and anything of note, of worth seems vanquished never to return. Then, then, sometimes hope, colour, rears its head amidst the fallen leaves, no time, no bind can halt its appearance; no din can chaste its sound, for it is the essence, Scenes De La Boheme.Listen up to this story now and partake in its nature. Close your eyes and feel the waves wash over you. The waves of music, the way of the artist.And you may ask yourself, is all true here. Ah, but let me tell you, this drama is not fictional, it’s not a novel. All is true, so true you’ll be able to recognise everything that goes into it in your own life, perhaps even in your own heart. Or maybe it is a lie, for what we are, is not always what we think we are.Let the play begin, in a podcast titled Finding Nietzsche from Artjunky Productions in association with Scenes De La Boheme
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