A Nono Retrospective

Live electronics, dislocated soundworlds, and uncompromising modernity characterise the dynamic and hypnotic musical visions of Luigi Nono - one of 20th century music's greatest revolutionaries.

Verity Sharp guides us through a sixty-year retrospective of Nono's work, recorded last night at LONDON's Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Luigi Nono: Polifonica-Monodia-Ritmica

Canti per 13

"Ha venido"

Canciones a Guiomar

La fabbrica illuminata

sofferte onde serene.

Con Luigi Dallapiccola

A Pierre.

Dell'azzurro silenzio, inquietum

Claron McFadden (soprano)

Sarah Nicolls (piano)

Sebastian Bell (contrabass flute)

Andrew Webster (contrabass clarinet)

Sound IntermediaLONDON Sinfonietta

BBC Singers

Oliver Knussen (conductor).

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Live electronics, dislocated soundworlds, and uncompromising modernity characterise the dynamic and hypnotic musical visions of Luigi Nono - one of 20th century music's greatest revolutionaries.

Verity Sharp guides us through a sixty-year retrospective of Nono's work, recorded last night at LONDON's Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Luigi Nono: Polifonica-Monodia-Ritmica

Canti per 13

"Ha venido"

Canciones a Guiomar

La fabbrica illuminata

sofferte onde serene.

Con Luigi Dallapiccola

A Pierre.

Dell'azzurro silenzio, inquietum

Claron McFadden (soprano)

Sarah Nicolls (piano)

Sebastian Bell (contrabass flute)

Andrew Webster (contrabass clarinet)

Sound IntermediaLONDON Sinfonietta

BBC Singers

Oliver Knussen (conductor).