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Keinutan Kaikua (L​.​Onerva, 1904) feat. Lau Nau

from Kuuntele by AGF & Various

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Onerva's (1882–1972; real name: Hilja Onerva Lehtinen) "I rock the echo" from the collection Mixed Tunes (1904) brings up the deepest mission of a poet through voice, echo, and resonance: to express with words that which can not be pronounced, rhythm behind meanings, pulse which comes up from Julia Kristeva's chora, the deepest innards of a woman. In this lullaby the lyrical subject rocks music into being. The heroine of Onerva's first novel Mirdja (1908) is not a poetess, but a singer. The writer herself lived surrounded by music as wife of compositor Leevi Madetoja. Lau Nau, a Finnish underground musician and singer lends her voice to this fragile creation based on a song made entirely from an iPad app by AGF.

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from Kuuntele, track released November 15, 2013
music by AGF, vocal by Lau Nau

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AGF ✸ poemproducer ✸ Antye Greie-Ripatti Hailuoto, Finland

audio sculptress performing as AGF, poetess and new media artist Antye Greie-Ripatti utilises language, sound, politics & explores speech within the audible depths of anti-rhythmic post-internet assemblages @poemproducer *

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