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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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Interview with Michelangelo Zurletti

Interview with Michelangelo Zurletti

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Chapter:
(p.359) Excursus V Interview with Michelangelo Zurletti
Source:
Nostalgia for the Future
Author(s):
Angela Ida De Benedictis, Veniero Rizzardi
Publisher:
University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520291195.003.0050

This chapter presents an interview with Michelangelo Zurletti. It covers topics such as the split that took place between music theory and practice; whether the Italian conditions, the rare opportunities for work, force potential researchers to take what they can find; and the discovery of live electronics. He says that tape is no longer used, and, therefore, nothing is predetermined. The starting point is the study of sound in relation to the sound space, conducted analytically in Freiburg. The genuinely new factor is the musical component of the space. One works for days with the space to understand what can be done. No longer is there a predetermined distribution of the orchestral sound, but rather a sound that is newly created time after time.

Keywords:   Luigi Nono, interview, Michelangelo Zurletti, music theory, music practice, live electronics

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