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Cuerpos Tocados: Music for the Body

Cuerpos Tocados: Music for the Body
Buma/Stemra: FL.97.1

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  1. Inuit Game, Vocal Chords, Vocal Waltz (E. Visser) 5:09
  2. Amazonians, Dance for Giants and Witches (J. Goossens) 4:29
  3. Tracheus (J. Goossens) 3:26
  4. The Woman and the Knife (J. Sijp) 3:15
  5. Under Water Song, Bathing Pigmy Girls (B. v.d. Berg) 3:02
  6. White Man Coming (B. v.d. Berg) 4:13
  7. Song for One Voice and Two Mountains (B. v.d. Berg, E. Visser) 3:04
  8. Piece for Six Bodies (E. Visser) 3:08
  9. Whistlers Quartet (B. v.d. Berg) 2:17
  10. Figures (J. Sijp) 4:16
  11. Song for Two Voices and a Mountain (B. v.d. Berg, N. Rogalski) 4:23
  12. Lament for Lola (E. Visser, N. Rogalski) 5:30

Cuerpos Tocados: Music for the Body
Recordings: February 1997, Playa Venado, Lago Todos Los Santos, Chile
June & July 1997, Paula Communications, Santa Maria 120, Santiago, Chile
Mixing: March 1997, Cuerpos Pintados, General Salvo 20, Santiago, Chile
June & July 1997, Paula Communications, Santa Maria 120, Santiago, Chile
Sound Engineers: Jan-Willem Stekelenburg, Carlos Barros
Computer Assistant: Jorge Vega
Producer: Erik Visser
Executive Producer: Alejandro Lyon and Erik Visser
Research: Marisol Palma and Study Department Cuerpos Pintados
Booklet: Natalia Rogalski and Tom Visser

Inuit Game, Vocal Chords, Vocal Waltz (5'09" E. Visser)
These performancces, called "Katajjait" (Inuit, Hudson Bay), are competitive games performed by two women placed face to face and very close to each other. The song stops when one of the women is out of breath or laughs.
Amazonians, Dance for Giants and Witches (4'29" J. Goossens)
This pre-Columbian fragment gives an impression of South America before its discovery by Columbus.
(Vocals: Arlette Jequier L., Judith Sijp, Natalia Rogalski, Jeroen Goossens, Ben van den Berg, Michel Grens, Erik Visser)
Tracheus (3'26" J. Goossens)
(Vocals: Jeroen Goossens, Michel Grens)
The Woman and the Knife (3'15" J. Sijp)
(Vocal: Judith Sijp)
Under Water Song, Bathing Pigmy Girls (3'02" B. v.d. Berg)
Two girls are bathing in a river while beating their hands on the water to create a musical accompaniment.
(Vocals: Judith Sijp, Natalia Rogalski, Jeroen Goossens, Michel Grens)
White Man Coming (4'13" B. v.d. Berg)
(Vocals: Judith Sijp, Natalia Rogalski, Jeroen Goossens, Ben van den Berg, Michel Grens, Erik Visser)
Song for One Voice and Two Mountains (3'04" B. v.d. Berg, E. Visser)
(Performed by: Natalia Rogalski and two delays)
Piece for Six Bodies (3'08" E. Visser)
(Bodysounds: Natalia Rogalski, Ben van den Berg, Michel Grens, Erik Visser)
Whistlers Quartet (2'17" B. v.d. Berg)
(Whistling: Michel Grens and an Amazonian friend)
Figures (4'16" J. Sijp)
(Vocals: Judith Sijp, Natalia Rogalski, Michel Grens and one delay)
Song for Two Voices and a Mountain (4'23" B. v.d. Berg, N. Rogalski)
(Vocals: Arlette Jequier L., Francesca Ankarola, Judith Sijp, Pedro Espinoza, Michel Grens, Erik Visser)
Lament for Lola (5'30" E. Visser, N. Rogalski)
Lola Kiepja was the last Selk'nam to live in Tierra del Fuego in the traditional way. Shortly before she died in 1967 her songs were recorded by Anne Chapman.
(Vocals: Natalia Rogalski)