The flute in Contemporary Music: the Italian experience and the ‘Rome School’ – 24 June, 6 PM

Jun 12, 2015 695

Starting from the 50's / 60's took place a musical revolution, destined to change composition and interpretation and the very idea of the musical language in the fields of Contemporary Music, having as one of its important medium a musical instrument: the flute.


In particular, during the first years of the mythical Ferienkursen in Darmstadt, at the beginning of the fifties, Bruno Maderna invited there a Roman based flutist, Severino Gazzelloni: as a result, very important music masterpieces were written for him by Bruno Maderna himself, Luciano Berio, Franco Evangelisti and Domenico Guaccero, and many others.

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Source: http://www.iicnewyork.esteri.it/

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