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Electroacoustic music in a multi-perspective architectural context: a sound installation for Renzo Piano's Auditorium in Rome

  • FRANCESCO GIOMI (a1), DAMIANO MEACCI (a1) and KILIAN SCHWOON (a1)

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This paper describes the musical and technical design and the realisation of a large-scale sound installation produced and realised by Centro Tempo Reale for the inauguration of Renzo Piano's new Auditorium in Rome. The installation, conceived by Luciano Berio, was mainly dedicated to electroacoustic music: the complex technological set-up offered a new instrument for which electroacoustic pieces were transcribed. The techniques and the aesthetic implications of this transcription process within the context of an installation are discussed.

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Electroacoustic music in a multi-perspective architectural context: a sound installation for Renzo Piano's Auditorium in Rome

  • FRANCESCO GIOMI (a1), DAMIANO MEACCI (a1) and KILIAN SCHWOON (a1)

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