LAMPLAYERS 5000 YEARS AFTER
MUSIC WHO CROSSES CIVILISATIONS' TIME
Engraved stone excavated at Pompeii, representing the LAMPLAYERS in action (30 BC)
of the LAMPLAYERS started in the IIIrd millennium BC at Mohenjo-Daro, (actual Pakistan) when the GENOSCOPIC KALANDAR was first conceived. A calendar with a very particular function which is to allow the musical displacement of temporalities in relation to the audience : provoking the genoscopy of thought due to the syncratic understanding of the conceptions of time in different civilizations. It exists different proofs of the genoscopic manifestations through the ages.
3000 BC in Mohenjo-Daro :
conception of the Genoscopic Kalandar.
in Byblos :
conception of the " Mnemonic Disc"
which is a poetic variation of the Genoscopic Kalandar: the Byblos Disc.
in Pompeii :
bas-relief of the Lamplayers.
in Rome :
conception of the Roman's games named the LUDUS MUSICAE TEMPORARIUM
developed by using the Genoscopic Kalandar and the Mnemonic Byblos Disc.
transcription of the Genoscopic Kalandar and the Byblos Disc.
Rediscovery and deduction of the LUDUS MUSICAE TEMPORARIUM game's rules.
in Forgues (south of France) :
for the first time, the music from the Genoscopic Kalandar and the Byblos Disc
by 2 LAMPLAYERS released on audio CD.
2 Lamplayers 5000 Years After second CD released and
5000 years old music available through Internet.
sources : E. Comte, New Delhi Library, Archeological Institute of Bagdad, E. Gjerstad, G. Saflund, P. Montet, Damas Library.
definition of the word genoscopy