Focus on Margaux Oswald

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Free improvisation owes much to human philosophy. For example, if you take Escher’s poetics, you will find that the famous engraver was constantly projecting impregnable and uncertain situations, as many musicians have done; Escher drew an order from chaos above all, a dimension that improvisers have reproduced in the apparent complexity of their music. The philosophical replica of the improvisers looks ahead, in places where its musical reproduction

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Music writer, independent researcher and founder of the magazine 'Percorsi Musicali'. He wrote hundreads of essays and reviews of cds and books (over 2000 articles) and his work is widely appreciated in Italy and abroad via quotations, texts' translations, biographies, liner notes for prestigious composers, musicians and labels. He provides a modern conception of musical listening, which meditates on history, on the aesthetic seductions of sounds, on interdisciplinary relationships with other arts and cognitive sciences. He is also a graduate in Economics.