art, baroque, Baroque music, italianstyle, italy, Monteverdi, music, Uncategorized, Venezia

Monteverdi, landscape of sounds project mixes new iconic images and musicology in a winning mix.

Marinucci’s 20 year research on the composer blends with his talent in creating a theatre of images and sounds. Giving birth to a living vibrating work.

Claudio Monteverdi’s works are from the 1950s a new classic in the repertoire . His fortune and revival started in the 1920s, captivating the simpathy and interest of composer Mailipero and poet D’annunzio. This outstanding duo used his poetics as a paradigma of the union of words and music in the italian language. Malipiero pursued a total edition of the composer’s works also. Modern performances were staged at the time. Also the german composer Carl Orff, set Monteverdi’s music in a modernized version for the theatre, creating some kind of a trittico with parts from Orfeo, Arianna and Il ballo delle ingrate, evoking his idea of musical tragedy.

Mantova seen form the lake, created by the Gonzaga in the 15th century. Copyright Emilaino Marinucci 2017.

The route started from the Camerata dei Bardi, describing the greek tragedy becoming modern opera, had came full circle.

Here the second trailer of the book that creates a true image repertoire that is linked by the memnotechnics of Bruno. It creates a series of images traced by the words, the music of Monteverdi. Also crossing them with the landscapes and people that inhabit the coounties that designed his sounds and music. A totally new approach in telling the story of this incredible moment that marks an era of doubt of humanity and society.

Arcimboldo, winter, version by Emiliano Marinucci, 2010 oil on panel

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