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PEEFEEYATKO - A Film by Henning Lohner

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This film is an intimate music portrait of American composer Frank Zappa, who lives secluded from the outside world at his home and music studio in Los Angeles, California. For the past ten years Zappa in composing has turned away from Rock and Roll music - for which he first became famous - and has been working on new, contemporary, orchestral electronic music; in solitude and beyond any commercial conventions or commitments.

It is the first time that Zappa has allowed a film crew to study him during compositional work, actually filming the first moments of a new compositional process. By contrast, in a staged interview Zappa gives comments on music. This film seeks to reveal the sensitivities of Zappa's personality and character also beyond narrative content.


Type: Documentary
Year: 1991
Total Time: 60:00
Styles: Classical, Electroacoustic, Experimental, Industrial, Minimal, Musique Concrète, Noise, Progressive, Symphonic
Formats: Stream
Liscense: Copyright
Frank Zappa
Diva Zappa
Iannis Xenakis
John Cage
Karlheinz Stockhausen
Matt Groening
Pierre Boulez
Ray Wallis
Director: Henning Lohner
Producer: Henning Lohner, Peter Lohner. Frank Zappa
Soundtrack: Frank Zappa
Editor: Sven Fleck
Cinematography: Van Theodore Carlson
Sound: David Dondorf, Bob Hunt, Bob Stone
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