ProjectJul 31, 2015, 10:00 PM  

Matouš Hejl, Ian Mikyska: Havel - Music Essay

Matouš Hejl, Ian Mikyska - Foto: Michal Hančovský

Matouš Hejl, Ian MikyskaFoto: Michal Hančovský

Matouš Hejl with Ian Mikyska are trying to develop a form of Hörspiel in order to consider Václav Havel as a man of many roles while keeping himself as unique human. A person, who ask questions, flies away while revealing the fact it had been rooted in the very realism. The piece interconnects text excertps from several Havel's works - among other Anticodes, Letters to Olga and excerpts from essays.

 

 

PremEdice Radioatelieru, červecen 2015: Hejl, Mikyska: Havel - hudební esej

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Autor:  Michal Rataj

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