This Webliography accompanies my review of “Specters of Artaud” at the Reina Sofia Museum, Fall of 2012, posted at thing.net as “A Scream is Named: Excursions in Artaudian Culture.” I post it here because much of it relates to Lettrism (and so I can use the wiki's coding engine!).

FILM:
Isidore Isou, “Traité de Bave et d'Èternité” (Venom and Eternity, 1951), 1 hour 18 minutes
http://www.ubu.com/film/isou.html

("J'interroge et j'invective", poéme de François Dufrene, is dedicated to Artaud...
curiously, it is subtitled -- cut out of "Venom" – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yW285iSTXGE )

Maurice Lemaitre, “Le film est déjà commencé?” (Has the Film Already Started?, 1951)
http://www.ubu.com/film/lemaitre_film.html

YouTube – "Orson Welles Interview - featuring Isidore Isou Lettrism" (1955; 2'25")
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZayMaC4RLo
curious; with French subtitles; Orson Welles interviews the Romanian poet living in Paris featuring Isidore Isou Lettrism, important movement of sound poetry. Excerpt from the documentary film "Around the World with Orson Welles" St. Germain des Pres (1955). This features a short reading, and explanations.

SOUND:
Youtube, "Edgard Varese – Ionisation" (5:14)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9mg4KHqRPw
Ionisation for 13 percussion players (1929–1931); written before his 1933 collaboration with Artaud; Artaud's libretto Il n’y a plus de firmament, but the work was never completed by Varese.

YouTube, "Edgard Varèse, Ecuatorial" (12'11")
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxkU9vd1AEg
Ecuatorial for bass voice (or unison male chorus), brass, organ, percussion and theremins
written after the period of collaboration (1932–1934)

Antonin Artaud (1896-1948)
“Pour finir avec le jugement de dieu” (1947); the tapes of the banned radio broadcast (they are mounted in discrete segments, not continuous)
http://www.ubu.com/sound/artaud.html

Isidore Isou: Symphonie n°1 : La Guerre (1947), 13:29
at http://soundcloud.com/lardr/isidore-isou-la-guerre
and at:
http://www.larevuedesressources.org/la-guerre-1947-de-isidore-isou,511.html

François Dufrêne: Crirythme pour Bob Cobbing (1958)
part of Concrete Poetry exhibition (Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1970) at:
http://www.ubu.com/sound/question.html

radio documentary: “Wolman, Lettrism, Sound Poetry and Beyond” (in English)
Radio Web MACBA podcast discussing the link between Lettrism, sound poetry, and the work of some isolated but fundamental figures; includes numerous excerpts of recorded 'readings'/performances. 45 minutes. (2005?)
http://rwm.macba.cat/uploads/wolman/wolmannew.mp3

TEXTS:

Antonin Artaud
translation of the text: To Have Done with the Judgement of God, a radio play by Antonin Artaud
http://ndirty.cute.fi/~karttu/tekstit/artaud.htm
translated from the French, Oeuvres complètes, by Helen Weaver

Gil J. Wolman
the narration for “The Anticoncept: Cinematochronic Argument For A Physical Phase of the Arts” by Wolman. Translated from the French by Keith Sanborn. An imageless film, “The Anticoncept” was first screened on 11 February 1952 at the cinema club "Avant-Garde 52," where it was projected upon a large white weather balloon.
http://www.notbored.org/anticoncept.html
this text is helpful in trying to make sense of Brazilian concrete poetry...

“The Noigandres Poets and Concrete Art,” by Claus Clüver of Indiana University
at: http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/ciberletras/v17/cluver.htm

The story of Dr. Ferdière; Yale University's Beinecke Library show list
http://www.library.yale.edu/~nkuhl/Psyche-Muse/Ferdiere--Checklist.pdf

“The Secret Art of Antonin Artaud,” by Jacques Derrida and Paule Thýývenin; translated by Mary Ann Caws PDF
www.ciasonhar.org.br/PDFS/the_secret_art_of_Artaud.pdf