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Basil Bunting - Basil Bunting Reads Briggflatts (Vinyl, LP)


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Label: Bloodaxe Books - YRIC 0001 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Poetry


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  1. Apr 20,  · Briggflatts. I Brag, sweet tenor bull, Poem of the week celebrates a rite of spring with the vibrant opening stanzas of Basil Bunting’s epic poem Briggflatts. but you can at least read Author: Carol Rumens.
  2. Jun 16,  · Basil Bunting () was one of the most important British poets of the 20th century. Acknowledged since the s as a major figure in Modernist poetry, first by Pound and Zukofsky and later by younger writers, the Northumbrian master poet had to wait over 30 years before his genius was finally recognised in Britain – in , with the publication of Briggflatts, which Cyril /5(10).
  3. Briggflatts is a long autobiographical poem written in (“the finest long poem to be written in England since T S Eliot’s Four Quartets”, according to Cyril Connolly). In live performances, Bunting used to read its five parts interspersed with recordings of Domenico Scarlatti, and modeled the structure of his poems on the music/5(10).
  4. Comments about Briggflatts - Part I by Basil Bunting. There is no comment submitted by members.. Rating Card. Briggflatts - Part I. 5 out of 5 0 total ratings rate this poem Read this poem in other languages. This poem has not been translated into any other language yet. I 5/5.
  5. Basil Cheesman Bunting (1 March – 17 April ) was a British modernist poet whose reputation was established with the publication of Briggflatts in , generally regarded as one of the major achievements of the modernist tradition in English. He had a lifelong interest in music that led him to emphasise the sonic qualities of poetry, particularly the importance of reading poetry arfalloconpoure.scavunsohiculpfamarobackkumtofe.co mater: London School of Economics (did not .
  6. Aug 02,  · Basil Bunting’s poem “Briggflatts” has been hailed as the successor to Ezra Pound’s “Cantos” and T. S. Eliot’s “Four Quartets.” Bunting himself, meanwhile, has been almost forgotten.
  7. Basil Bunting reading from Briggflatts. This video features four short extracts of Basil Bunting reading from his long poem Briggflatts (not in order), from Peter Bell's film portrait of Bunting, included on a DVD issued with the new Bloodaxe edition of Briggflatts (which also has a CD of an audio recording Bunting made of the whole of Briggflatts in ).
  8. Basil Cheesman Bunting (1 March – 17 April ) was a significant British modernist poet whose reputation was established with the publication of Briggflatts in He had a lifelong interest in music that led him to emphasise the sonic qualities of poetry, particularly the importance of .
  9. Basil Bunting was born in Scotswood-on-Tyne, Northumberland. Despite numerous years abroad in Italy, the Canary Islands, the United States, and current-day Iran, Bunting is known as a poet of Northern England and is closely associated with Northumberland, where he lived during the last years of his life. Bunting attended a Quaker school and was a conscientious objector during World War I.

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