My review of Electronic Inspirations: Technologies of the Cold War Musical Avant-Garde, by Jennifer Iverson (2019)

The final version of my review of this wonderful book was published in August 2021 in the Journal of the American Musicological Society.

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A JOURNEY AMONG ELECTRONIC MUSIC SOURCES #4 – #5

My last two articles for the column A JOURNEY AMONG ELECTRONIC MUSIC SOURCES focusses on a couple of amazing material sources (the Music 5 software in Padova and Pierre Schaeffer’s […]

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My contribution for The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sound Art

It’s out! I am honoured to have a chapter in this new book edited by Sanne Krogh Groth and Holger Schulze. My chapter “Audiogrammi of a Collective Intelligence. The Composers-Researchers of S2FM, SMET, […]

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A JOURNEY AMONG ELECTRONIC MUSIC SOURCES #3 | ITALIAN ARCHIVES

Preservation and Electroacoustic Heritage in Italy: this is the focus of my third article for the blog http://www.musicaelettronica.it/ (dedicated to the sources in electronic music). Italy is home to outstanding […]

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A JOURNEY AMONG ELECTRONIC MUSIC SOURCES #2 | MUSIC PATENTS AND ONLINE RESEARCH

I am writing a column for the blog http://www.musicaelettronica.it/ about the less known or forgotten sources in electronic music. I have used private and institutionals archives, physical or digital, in my […]

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A journey among electronic music sources #1 | The first Italian books

I have used private and institutionals archives, physical or digital, in my musicological practice for 20 years. I am writing a little about this and the sources I can find […]

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A history of first encounters between Spectralists and Sound Researchers

My talk “Behind the official literature. A history of first encounters between Spectralists and Sound Researchers” is now online. Link to video: https://medias.ircam.fr/embed/media/x8a75e6 It is a recognized fact that studies such the ones […]

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