Magnetic Tape Music

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From the booklet: “Musical imitation works in two different directions: towards a real or an impossible audible reality. The first case is the imitation of the soundscape, the second is the musical composition as a mimetic process, in which the composer imitates emotional states and abstract concepts through sounds and the listener build a mimetic universe by following the suggestions of the sounds. Imitation is the core of the relationship between the composer and the listener, and only on that basis that the natural sound differs from the “music”. … ”

(text by Ernesto Sergio Mainoldi, trad. by Marco Beccari)


[1] Mari di voce, on fragment by Homer’s Iliad, 2007
Voices: Fabrizio Pugliese, Kostas Klagos e Biagio Putignano (19’20)
[2] Oscillum, 1997 (10’00)
[3] HDRS, 1998 (15’00)
[4] Se le stelle fossero sogni, 2005 (10’00)
[5] Almuncatarat, 2014 (8’00)

Total Playing Time: 62’20


  • Composer(s): Biagio Putignano
  • Label: Da Vinci Classics
  • Series: New Music Masterworks
  • Genre: Electronic music
  • Period: 21th Century
  • Catalogue No: C00001
  • Barcode: 0806810508824

Photography by Piero Maraca © 2012
Design and art direction by 一般社団法人 Osaka Mozart Association
Recorded and Mixed at Studio Biagio Putignano
Produced by 一般社団法人 Osaka Mozart Association
The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by Osaka Mozart Association


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