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Author: Luciano Berio; Rossana Dalmonte; Bálint András Varga; David Osmond-Smith
Publisher: New York : M. Boyars, 1985.
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Dalmonte's questions cover many aspects of contemporary musical life. Berio talks freely about his early childhood through his contact with the Darmstadt serialists and his experiences while teaching and performing in America. There is also a detailed examination of his major instrumental works of the 1960s -- The Sequenzas, Chemins, and Sinfonia -- and a review of his involvement with electronic music in the 1970s.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Entretiens
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Berio, Luciano, 1925-2003.
Two interviews.
New York : M. Boyars, 1985
(OCoLC)654656269
Named Person: Luciano Berio; Luciano Berio; Luciano Berio; Luciano Berio
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Luciano Berio; Rossana Dalmonte; Bálint András Varga; David Osmond-Smith
ISBN: 0714528293 9780714528298
OCLC Number: 10913801
Notes: Translations of: Intervista sulla musica ; Beszélgetések Luciano Berióval.
Includes index.
Description: 192 pages, [12] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Intervista sulla musica.
Responsibility: Luciano Berio ; with Rossana Dalmonte and Bálint András Varga ; translated and edited by David Osmond-Smith.

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Dalmonte's questions cover many aspects of contemporary musical life. Berio talks freely about his early childhood through his contact with the Darmstadt serialists and his experiences while teaching and performing in America. There is also a detailed examination of his major instrumental works of the 1960s -- The Sequenzas, Chemins, and Sinfonia -- and a review of his involvement with electronic music in the 1970s. Varga asks him about his various vocal and theatrical works. Berio discusses the purpose of music.

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