Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta l'Obiettivo Della Arte di Buby Durini (1997) audio cd



L'Obiettivo dell'Arte di Buby Durini is the third individual compact disc by the composer Emanuel Dimas de Melo Pimenta.

Like Digital Music (MODE 21, 1990) and ARES (ASA-CMC101), L'Obiettivo dell'Arte di Buby Durini was totally composed using Virtual Reality technologies.

This compact disc represents the concert Andromeda (1997), which was based on some studies by Sergei Prokovief. L'Obiettivo dell'Arte di Buby Durini was launched in 1997 in the Trienalle di Milano, Italy. The concert uses, among other sources, breath sounds and radio waves emmited from the Indian Ocean.

Emanuel Pimenta is commissioned composer for Merce Cunningham since 1986, and his pieces have been played by important musicians as John Cage, David Tudor, Takehisa Kosugi, the Manhattan Quartet, John Tilbery, Michael Pugliesi and Martha Mooke among others. Emanuel Pimenta received the ABM Prize in 1977, the APCA Prize in 1986 and the Lac Maggiore Prize in 1994. He was also nominated for the Rolex Prize and the Unesco Prize, in 1992 and 1993.

Pimenta was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1957. Since 1985 he lives in Lisbon and New York, developing several projects on music using Virtual Reality and cyberspace technologies.

ASA-CMC102 | 57 minutes
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