800 000 seconds in Harar
CM von Hausswolff - Day
This track is one part of CM VON HAUSSWOLFF : 800 000 seconds in Harar, recorded and composed in Harar and Stockholm.
"During the last years of his life, The poet Arthur Rimbaud made the walled city of Harar is home, where he became coffee trader, arms dealer, photographer and explorer. One of his closest friends was the governor of Harar, Ras Makonnen, father of the futur emperor Haile Selassie. Rimbaud died in 1891 but his presence persists at the residence.
There dedicated to his memory."