Arthur Rimbaud

Jean Nicolas Arthur Rimbaud

Also known as A. Rimbaud, Arthor Rimbaud, Arthur, Artur Rembo, Artur Rimbaud, А. Рембо, Ρεμπώ, Jean-Arthur Rimbaud, Rim Rimbaud, Rimbaud
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Discography of Arthur Rimbaud:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Kinski Spricht Rimbaud 5 Audio Amadeo
2 Verlaine Et Rimbaud Chantés Par Léo Ferré 24 Audio Barclay
3 Le Dormeur Du Val - Le Bateau Ivre - Ma Bohême - Voyelle - Les Chercheuses De Poux - Le Pauvre Songe - Alchimie Du Verbe - Ophélie 8 Audio Lumen
4 Kinski Spricht Villon Und Rimbaud 3 7 Audio
5 Kinski Spricht Villon Und Rimbaud 1 13 Audio
6 Verlaine Et Rimbaud Chantés Par Léo Ferré 24 Audio Barclay
7 Les Poètes 17 Audio 1977 Barclay
8 Poésies De De Vigny - Musset - Leconte De Lisle - Baudelaire - Verlaine - Rimbaud 7 Audio 1959-11-27 Excelsius
9 Une Saison En Enfer 9 Audio 1991 EPM Musique
10 Kinski Spricht Villon Und Rimbaud 3 7 Audio
11 Les Voyants 29 Audio 1967 BAM
12 Une Saison En Enfer 9 Audio 1991 EPM Musique
13 Verlaine Et Rimbaud Chantés Par Léo Ferré Volume 1 12 Audio Barclay
14 Das Trunkene Schiff 2 Audio 1960 Amadeo


(October 20, 1854 Charleville, France – November 10, 1891 Marseille, France)

Arthur Rimbaud was a precocious boy-poet of French symbolism, wrote some of the most remarkable poetry and prose of the 19th century.

His highly suggestive, subtle work drew on subconscious sources, and its form was correspondingly supple and novel. Rimbaud has been identified as one of the creators of free verse because of the rhythmic experiments in his prose poems [i]Illuminations[/i] (1886). His [i]Sonnet of the Vowels[/i] (1871), in which each vowel is assigned a color, helped popularize synesthesia (the description of one sense experience in terms of another), a device widely exploited by the symbolists. The hallucinatory images in [i]The Drunken Boat[/i] (1871) and Rimbaud's urging, in [i]Letter from the Seer[/i] (1871), that poets become seers by undergoing a complete derangement of the senses also reveal Rimbaud as a precursor of surrealism. Following his own dictum, Rimbaud lived an inordinately intense, tortured existence that he described in [i]A Season in Hell[/i] (1873).


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