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“Taras on three dimensions” in the new book Between the Tracks (2020)

The book Between the Tracks-Musicians on Selected Electronic Music edited by Kerry Hagan and Miller Puckette is finally published!

My chapter focuses on the analysis of “Taras su tre dimensioni” [Taras on three dimensions], a work realized by Teresa Rampazzi in 1971-72 in the course of a transitional phase (her transition from the analogue to the computer music technology).

The approximately eleven-minutes work represents an unicum among Teresa Rampazzi’s repertoire. It is made from the juxtaposition of three typologies of sounds: analogue, concrete and computer made sounds, and is also the only piece in her catalogue which incorporates concrete sounds.

To know a little more about this unique piece, read (and listen) from my prevous post): http://www.teresarampazzi.it/2019/07/02/teresa-presenting-her-unique-concreteelectroniccomputer-music-piece-taras/

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Italian Electronic Music Studios (1950s-60s-70s)

My presentation at the Muzeum Sztuki w Łodzi in collaboration with the Instytut Adama Mickiewicza, October 13-14 2017, at the “POLISH RADIO EXPERIMENTAL STUDIO” conference, is now online.

Italian Electronic Music Studios of the First and Second Generation (from the 1950s to the 1970s) with a focus on the the triangulation between the S 2F M (Florence), the SMET (Turin) and the NPS (Nuove Proposte Sonore, founded by Teresa Rampazzi and Ennio Chiggio) and their network with other European and International Studios: the IPEM in Ghent, the Electronic Music Studio at Brandeis University, the Polish Radio Experimental Studio in Warsaw, the Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź, the Studio of Electronic Music in Utrecht.