Edited by Luca Cossettini and Angelo Orcalli
The traditional history of sound is the history of musical instruments, the anatomy of vocal and hearing systems, musical gestures, well‐established theories in treatises and its written notation codes. Can we safely say that more than 140 years of sound recording have managed to transform this historical background? And to what extent did sound recording influence the future of music?
On October 25th, 2016 Luca Cossettini presented MIRAGE Lab to selected colleagues in the Commercial Music Technology department of the Bath Spa University. (http://www.bathspa.ac.uk/schools/music-and-performing-arts). MIRGE Lab takes part to the GALA (Global Academy of Liberal Arts) network http://gala.network for future joint research projects.
by Luca Cossettini and Angelo Orcalli
This volume studies several electronic works, including: Dimensioni II/Invenzione su una voce by Maderna; Jour, Contre-jour by Gérard Grisey, EnTrance by Fausto Romitelli; and more.
With an introduction, bibliography and indices. Includes many charts in both color and black & white.
1. La fonologia musicale. Un'anfibolia superata dall'elettronica;
2. Variazioni su una voce. L'analisi di Dimensioni II/Invenzione su una voce e delle parti elettroniche di Hyperion di Bruno Maderna;
2014-2015: Digitisation of audio tapes for Archivio Storico del Teatro Regio di Parma
Funded by Fondazione Casa della Musica and Comune di Parma
Teatro Regio di Parma is one of the most important Italian Opera theatres, founded in 1829. Its Historical Archive preserves the memory of the Italian Melodramma: portraits, pictures, posters, croquis drawings, projects, manuscripts, printed music, librettos, newspapers, costumes, jewellery and an inestimable audiovisual heritage.