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Canciones de Cadaqués, 1976

Songs of Cadaqués, 1976
Media, 19 x 19 cm
For their 1976 series of collaborative works executed in Cadaqués and titled the Collaborations of Ch. Rotham, Dieter Roth and Richard Hamilton recorded Canciones de Cadaqués, a double 7” 45 rpm vinyl record. The record is carried out the same way as the series of paintings and thus consists of an original (Barks from Cadaqués) and a certificate (Hundelieder). On the original both artists alternately perform the vocals and accompaniment on guitar, while on the certificate Chispas Luís, a Cadaqués dog noted for his bark, contributed the vocals to guitar backing by either Hamilton or Roth.

Technical details

Original title:
Canciones de Cadaqués
Registration number:
3177
Artist:
Roth, Dieter - Hamilton, Richard - Chispas, Luis
Date created:
1976
Date acquired:
2008
Fonds:
MACBA Collection. MACBA Foundation
Object type:
Media
Dimensions:
19 x 19 cm (height x width)
Edition number:
Ed. 30/60 certificat + 500 exemplars
Credits:
MACBA Collection. MACBA Foundation. Gift of Lanfranco Bombelli
Copyright:
© Estate of Dieter Roth; © Richard Hamilton, VEGAP, Barcelona
It has accessibility resources:
No

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Related

Images

Cover of the record "Canciones de Cadaqués"
500 copies edition's certificate of ''Canciones de Cadaqués'
Image of a break during the recording
Black & white image of the recording session
Back cover of the record "Canciones de Cadaqués"
Intern cover with images captured during the recording of 'Canciones de Cadaqués'
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