For the first time on Classical Gas a real Dada classic! Tristan Tzara’s The Bearded Heart. That’s right, the Daddio of Dada himself reading extracts from the “Soirée du Cœur à Barbe” at the Théâtre Michel in 1923. Tris reads selections in the only way he can… gibberishly. Among the attendees were Stravinsky, Eric Satie and Jean Cocteau. Without really having to be said, a riotous evening was had by all.
“When Tris gets going there really will be a riot going on!”
Adrian Martin, Christian Science Monitor