A human concerto : an attempt to transcribe the perceived sound of the human nervous system and flow of blood into musical notation : transcribed for any instrument.
- Additional Title(s):
- [London] : [Theodore Ereira-Guyer], 
- Physical Description:
-  pages ; 31 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsN7433.4.E74 H86 2014+ OversizeYale Center for British Art, Gift of the artistAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
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- Music (printed)
- By Theodore Ereira-Guyer.
Published in an edition of 10 copies.
Lithograph on paper with silkscreen on cover. In drop back box. Perfect binding.
BAC: British Art Center copy signed and dated by the artist, in graphite.
"I have heard it said that when in an Anechoic chamber in complete silence, the human ear can begin to pick up two sounds in the key of C. One low in tone is the blood flowing around the body, the second higher in pitch is that of the nervous system. 'A Human Concerto' is an attempt by the artist to transcribe the perceived sound of the human nervous system and flow of blood into musical notation."--Statement provided by the artist.
- Subject Terms:
- Artists' books -- Great Britain.Cardiovascular system.Nature and music theory.Nervous system.
- Artists' Books.
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