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LUIGI NONO : A Carlo Scarpa, A Pierre, Guai ai Gelidi Mostri

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  • Format: LP [ed.RZ1004]
  • Shipping Weight: 0.57kg
  • Label: Edition RZ

"1990 release. All works by Luigi Nono: ("A Carlo Scarpa" for large orchestra), ("A Pierre" for contrabass flute, contrabass clarinet and live electronics), ("Guia Al Gelidi Mostri" for electronically treated winds, voices and strings). Regarding Nono's concept of "new listenings": "This no longer means revolutionizing the entire linguistic system ie. a subversive attack on the institution of music; rather it means progressively expanding the technical possibilities of sound produced by traditional instruments and the perceptive faculties of the listener.""

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Tracklist

A1 A Carlo Scarpa Architetto Ai Suoi Infiniti Possibili 9:40
Conductor – Michael Gielen
Orchestra – Sinfonieorchester Des Südwestfunks
Recorded By – Südwestfunk

A2 A Pierre Dell'Azzurro Silenzio, Inquietum 8:25
Clarinet [Contrabass In B] – Ciro Scarponi
Electronics [Live] – Experimentalstudio Der Heinrich-Strobel-Stiftung Des Südwestfunks
Engineer [Sound] – Hans-Peter Haller
Engineer [Sound], Directed By – Luigi Nono
Flute [Contrabass In G] – Roberto FabbricianiRecorded By – Südwestfunk

B Guai Ai Gelidi Mostri 30:38
Alto Vocals – Elisabeth Laurence, Susanne Otto
Cello [Violoncello] – Christine TheussClarinet – Ciro Scarponi
Conductor – Roberto Cecconi
Double Bass – Stefano Scodanibbio
Electronics [Live] – Experimentalstudio Der Heinrich-Strobel-Stiftung Des Südwestfunks
Engineer [Sound] – Hans-Peter Haller
Engineer [Sound], Directed By – Luigi Nono
Flute – Roberto Fabbriciani
Lyrics By – Massimo Cacciari
Recorded By – Radio Bremen
Tuba – Giancarlo Schiaffini
Viola – Charlotte Geselbracht

Credits

Composed By – Luigi Nono
Design – Bernard Stein, Nicolaus Ott
Liner Notes – Massimo Cacciari

Notes
Track A1 composed in 1984, recorded in 1986.
Track A2 composed and recorded in 1985.
Track B composed in 1983, recorded in 1985.

Pressed in an edition of 1000 to 1500 copies with a black and white 12-page 12"-sized booklet in German and English.


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