The aim of this article is to collocate the fragmentary scenario of Aldo Clementi's music in the 1970s. It involves the analysis of some of Clementi's works belonging to his diatonic period as well as the underlying poetic thought. The path clearly leads to "Carillon", an opera in which Clementi defines his dramaturgical concept as a boîte à musique. The three parts of the text are reciprocally related and continually refer to one another, the whole representing a multifaceted view of a significant aspect of Clementi's art.
|Titolo:||From Carillons to "Carillon": A Study of Clementi's Infinite 'Mechanisms'|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2009|
|Citazione:||From Carillons to "Carillon": A Study of Clementi's Infinite 'Mechanisms' / DE LUCA M. - In: CONTEMPORARY MUSIC REVIEW. - ISSN 0749-4467. - 28:6(2009), pp. 515-535.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|