quinta-feira, 5 de janeiro de 2006


“ All of man dies, but what dies most is the voice. We know what the rest becomes, or at least we can imagine it. But what of the voice, what does it become? What remains of it? Nothing can restore the memory of a human voice to those who have not heard it. Its annihilation is implacable. It enters nothingness without leaving a trace…” Théophile Gautier in the early 1870s, a few years before the invention of sound recording