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Greeting The Dawn in Sète

August 6th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Music, Performance, Poetry, Poetry Festival, Poetry readings

Improvised sunrise reading at Voix de la Méditerranée Sète 5AM — July 23rd 2013. Nicole Peyrafitte: Voice & Poetry; Pascal Delalée: Violin; Salvador Paterna: Guitar; Trumpet: Michel Giroud, a.k.a. Coyote; Video Capture: Pierre Joris.
NP-Sete 07 23 2013 01 from Tawil Productions on Vimeo.

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  • Ian Keenan

    Someone went to the Paul Valery Museum but doesn’t feel the need to admit it on their blog.

    • Pierre Joris

      Actually I didn’t visit the museum, but went to the cemetery, as a blog of a few days earlier shows. Did want to see the place of that poem — not one I care much about, in fact. While looking at the cemetery what came to mind was a sentence by Paul Celan, who, when asked why he had translated that poem into German when he didn’t much care for Valéry, replied: “Because doing the translation gives me the right to criticize the poem.”

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