Subtitle: A text/sound composition / radio play on a document from the Chilean resistence. Composed 1977 in own studio; dealing with the 1973 military coup in Chile and its consequences of repression and resistance. This 9:37 long piece employs a text from the illegal document "What is MIR". Fragments of this is read by many voices in many translations. Sole other sound sources were a typewriter, voices (one with a duplicator running in the background) and recordings from a public demonstration in Baastad, Sweden, 1973. It was realised by reel tape copying, mixing and use of a ring modulator to modify sounds. The demonstration took place during a tennis match, and during the TV transmission to Chile the commentator finally had to admit that there was such a manifestation going on against the dictature. The piece seeks to depict the human drama of suppression and isolation during the dangerous actions of writing, possessing and distributing this text manifest, and the hopes of reaching a liberated community. Following this, serial compositional procedures were employed similar to those in Stockhausens' Gesang der Juenglinge. The continuum of the individual voice versus the sound of a mass of people is central to the dramatic structure, with its obvious symbolic implications. So is also the continuum of distorted or complex sound versus sound in natura, symbolizing that which is indirect, far away, a representation, versus that which is real. - Performances: 1977, September 10: KPFK-FM Radio, Pacifica network, Los Angeles, USA (programme directed by Carl Stone). First performance. Also played by this station in September during subsequent years. - 1978, March 1: Young Nordic Music Festival, Bergen (Norway), with visual slides created by a local group. - Published 1984 on cassette tape: "Musik for bånd" [music for tape], by trekanten (Copenhagen), cassette 001.