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Episode 1 - Composing today, with Anahita Abbasi and Andrés Gutierrez

In this episode of Radio Schallfeld, we speak with Italian composer Lorenzo Romano about how he hears his own environment and draws inspiration from it. We discuss what this “sound environment” is, how the music of the past belongs to it, as well the sounds of the nature or the every-day sounds sorrounding us, and how we can transform past and present sounds into future imaginations, crossing time, space and different media.

Host: Lorenzo Derinni, guests: Lorenzo Romano, Zeno Baldi

With music by: Zeno Baldi – Fondali, Wendy Carlos – A Clockwork Orange / Funeral of Queen Mary, Georg Friedrich Haas – tria ex uno, Josquin des Prez – Agnus Dei II aus L’homme armée super voces musicales, Lorenzo Romano – Ludovico Technique und Salvatore Sciarrino – Auszüge aus: Luci miei traditrici, und aus: Efebo con radio

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