Marino Zuccheri - Milan Rai Studio Di Fonologia Musicale 1955-83 (Art Edition) LP+CD+BOOK
Label: Die Schachtel
Large format, 120-page, hardcover book, with silver foil stamping, complete with an LP and a CD; Edition of 100 (hand-numbered). The enclosed LP features his electronic piece "Parete '67", composed as the soundtrack to the painter Emilio Vedova's light installation Percorso/Plurimo/Luce, realized for the Italian Pavillion at the Montréal Expo'67. Milan Rai Studio Di Fonologia Musicale 1955-83 presents the proceedings of the homage organized at Milan's Museo del Novecento from June 21, 2016 to January 14, 2017. This exposition (consisting of an exhibition, seminars, concerts, and listening and film sessions) was dedicated to the sound engineer Marino Zuccheri, the main collaborator of Milan's famous electronic music studio, the Rai Studio di Fonologia Musicale. Marino's friends included almost all the major composers of the second half of the 20th century: Berio, Maderna, Nono, Castiglioni, Donatoni, Manzoni, Negri, Gaslini, Gentilucci, Paccagnini, Togni, Cage, Stockhausen, and Pousseur, among others.
The enclosed CD features Zuccheri's first piece, "Plastico" (1961), composed in collaboration with Lorenzo Dall'Oglio, published here for the first time ever. The book includes a large selection of Zuccheri's graphic designs, as a testimony to his multifaceted artistic personality, as well as concert diagrams, building schemes of the electronic machineries, in-edit documents, and photos, and much more. Standard edition comes with a 160-page book; silver cover with flaps – English-only edition.