Articles tagged 'Nono'
“Caminantes, no hay caminos, hay que caminar.” — Travelers, there are no roads, but we must go on.
More than any other 20th-century composer — and like the Gabrielis, the other great Venetian composers centuries before him — Nono wrote music sensitive to the performance space’s acoustics.
Nono might not be your thing, but this is an extraordinary recording and it does much to document what contemporary stage works can be about.
At first glance, Luigi Nono and Giacinto Scelsi could not seem further apart.
At first (in the early ’90s) there was Disques Montaigne, then Auvidis Montaigne, and now Naïve Montaigne. The new label has established a midline series, stocked with 20 previous titles and a sampler.
Thomas Bucholz, a German composer of whom I know nothing, was born in Thuringia in 1961.