Luciano Berio

Luciano Berio (24 October 1925 – 27 May 2003) was an Italian composer noted for his experimental work (in particular his 1968 composition ''Sinfonia'' and his series of virtuosic solo pieces titled ''Sequenza''), and for his pioneering work in electronic music. His early work was influenced by Igor Stravinsky and experiments with serial and electronic techniques, while his later works explore indeterminacy and the use of spoken texts as the basic material for composition. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1975
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1984
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1989
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1973
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1973
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1982
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1981
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 2003
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1968
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 2001
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1976
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1983
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1973
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1971
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by Berio, Luciano
Published 1970
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