14 Variazioni di un Tema Pittorico (1936) - 14 Variazioni di un Tema Musicale (1938)
by Veronesi, Luigi & Riccardo Malipiero
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Riccardo Malipiero was an Italian composer, pianist, and music critic. He was a pioneer of the twelve-tone technique, or twelve-note composition, in Italy, a technique which he further promoted in journal articles, books, and lectures. In 1949, he organized the First Congress of twelve-tone music in Milan, which was attended by John Cage, René Leibowitz, Camillo Togni, Luigi Dallapiccolo, Karl Amadeus Hartmann, Bruno Maderna, and others.
As of November 2021, OCLC locates five holdings in North American institutions.
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- 14 Variazioni di un Tema Pittorico (1936) - 14 Variazioni di un Tema Musicale (1938)
- Veronesi, Luigi & Riccardo Malipiero
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- Italy, modern art, abstract art, music, music composition, piano, 20th century
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