Un salto nei possibili miraggi delle orchestre

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Norwegian Radio Orchestra, LINK 2012, Kammermusikk festival i Svolvær og omegn, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Considerato uno dei suoi capolavori orchestrali, il Coro di Luciano Berio è ancora oggi materia di discussione in virtù di possibili nuove prospettive che si possono aprire dall’analisi della composizione: i principali studiosi di Coro (Martin Scherzinger, Christoph Neidhofer, Angela Ida De Benedictis) hanno posto l’accento su alcuni aspetti dell’opera orchestrale del compositore italiano, sulla complessità di quanto

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