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Nostalgia for the FutureLuigi Nono's Selected Writings and Interviews$
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Luigi Nono, Angela Ida De Benedictis, and Veniero Rizzardi

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780520291195

Published to California Scholarship Online: May 2019

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520291195.001.0001

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An Autobiography of the Author Recounted by Enzo Restagno

An Autobiography of the Author Recounted by Enzo Restagno

1987

Chapter:
(p.27) Excursus I An Autobiography of the Author Recounted by Enzo Restagno
Source:
Nostalgia for the Future
Author(s):
Angela Ida De Benedictis, Veniero Rizzardi
Publisher:
University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520291195.003.0003

This chapter presents the long autobiographical interview of Luigi Nono collated and organized by critic Enzo Restagno in 1987. Nono answers questions such as when and under what circumstances his life began to be affected by music; the circumstances in which he met Bruno Maderna for the first time; what he enjoyed studying in high school; the meaning of “Missa Di dadi”; the meaning of the resurgence of his interest in Bellini, and what this music meant for him in the past when he first discovered it; his observations about the musical use of silence; and the cyclical process of his works.

Keywords:   Luigi Nono, interview, autobiography, Enzo Restagno, critic, Bruno Maderna

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