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As Charbel Haber sees it, art is sometimes about destruction as much as creation.Haber accompanied the silent, 1968 short with a brand new score.As the audience seeped into the terraces, the musician-composer sat between two amplifiers and amid an impressive array of digital-effects pedals. The director physically manipulated the footage by stamping and coloring the film stock.Haber recorded his soundtrack for the work only minutes before the screening.The film concluded and the lights came up as the final notes faded.
Keep dancing, in war and in trash
From Nigeria with blufunk love
From the rubble of a fading memory
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