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Riccardo Sinigaglia

Riccardo Sinigaglia
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Italy
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Riccardo Sinigaglia is an architect as well as musician. He teaches electronic music at Milan Conservatory where he studied during the Seventies with Angelo Paccagnini. He collaborates with the video center of the Faculty of Architecture, Milan University, where he lectures on the relationship between music and image. His musical productions also include music for documentaries, ballets and theatre spectacles. His work is based on modes, mean tone, pitagorean scales and complex polyrhythmics: he is deeply involved in ethnomusicology, the elements of which are revisited and employed in his musical language. In the 1980's, together whith Walter Maioli and Gabin Dabiré, he founded the group Futuro Antico, a cross beetwin electronic and etno shamanic music. In 1985 he founded, together with Mario Canali, the audio-visual art group Correnti Magnetiche beginning to work with digital systems.
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http://www.riccardosinigaglia.com
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Releases on file (8)
Riccardo Sinigaglia — Dimensions Riccardo Sinigaglia — Dimensions
(Alma De Nieto DNN 004 C, 1993/2016, CD)
Correnti Magnetiche — Correnti Magnetiche Correnti Magnetiche — Correnti Magnetiche
(ADN DMM 009 R, 1989, LP)
Correnti Magnetiche — Live Correnti Magnetiche — Live
(ADN DNN 003 C, 1989, CD)
Riccardo Sinigaglia — Scorrevole 3 e Flutazione Riccardo Sinigaglia — Scorrevole 3 e Flutazione
(Ladd-Frith (No catalog no.), 1987, Cass)
Riccardo Sinigaglia — Riflessi Riccardo Sinigaglia — Riflessi
(ADN DMM 002 R, 1986, LP)
Riccardo Sinigaglia — Watertube / Ringspiel Riccardo Sinigaglia — Watertube / Ringspiel
(ADN no#, 1985/2015, CD)
Riccardo Sinigaglia — Works 1976-1981: Scorrevole Riccardo Sinigaglia — Works 1976-1981: Scorrevole
(17853 Records RFLP001, 1981/2015, LP)
Futuro Antico — Futuro Antico Futuro Antico — Futuro Antico
((Not on label) , 1980, LP)

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