Les conséquences du travail empirique de Luciano Berio au Studio di Fonologia : vers une autre écoute

Abstract : In 1955 the R.A.I. granted Luciano Berio permission to create the Studio di Fonologia in their Milan radio studios, the first European studio to combine “musique concrète” and purely electronic music. He was able to choose the equipment and define the usage of the studio so that it became a place where he would produce radio dramas for the R.A.I. at a furious pace for six years as well as a laboratory for personal research. Surrounded by a circle of avant-garde personalities, very aware of scientific publications of his time - notably in the domains of linguistics, musical theory and structuralism - he will dive in an empirical way into the heart of vocal material. The acousmatic nature of the studio, the absence of live performers, and the poetic and theatrical dimension of language will lead him to ask himself about the notion of listening, and in a Brechtian way, about listening to listening. We will attempt in our work to reveal - from his actual studio work - the elements which later merged to become the Berian style and which were already germinating or even perfectly recognizable during the period from Chamber Music to Laborintus II.
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Martin Feuillerac. Les conséquences du travail empirique de Luciano Berio au Studio di Fonologia : vers une autre écoute. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université Toulouse le Mirail - Toulouse II, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016TOU20100⟩. ⟨tel-01945269⟩

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