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Sylvano Bussotti (1 October 1931 – 19 September 2021) was an Italian composer of contemporary classical music, also a painter, set and costume designer, theatre director, writer and academic teacher. His compositions employ unusual notation, which has often created special problems of interpretation.

A piece of the "sheet music" of Five Piano Pieces for David Tudor (1959) is reproduced in A Thousand Plateaus (1980).

Works

Music

  • Five Piano Pieces for David Tudor (1959)
  • Pour Clavier (1961)
  • Torso (1963)
  • La Passion selon Sade (1966)
  • Rara Requiem (1969)
  • Poesia di De Pisis (1975)
  • Lorenzaccio (1972)
  • Nottetempo (1976)
  • La Racine (1980)
  • Fogli d'Album (1984)
  • L'Ispirazione (1988)
  • Fedra (1988)
  • Il Catalogo È Questo (1979–88)
  • Mozartiane I (2006)
  • Mozartiane II (2007)
  • SilvanoSylvano (2007)
  • Rara Film (1964, revised 2008)

Novels and poems

  • I miei teatri, Il Novecento edition, Palermo, 1982.
  • Letterati Ignoranti, poesie per musica, Quaderni di Barbablù, Siena, 1986.
  • Sylvano Bussotti, nudi ritratti e disegnini, sketches with poems by Romani Brizzi, Trucchi e Bussotti, Il polittico edition, Roma, 1991.
  • Non fare il minimo rumore, Girasole Edition, Ravenna, 1997.
  • Disordine alfabetico, Spirali Edition, Milano, 2002.
  • La calligrafia di un romanzo uno e due, novel in Peccati veniali, a cura di A. Veneziani, Coniglio editore, Roma, 2004.
  • L'acuto, in Angelo d'Edimburgo by Fabio Casadei Turroni, Le Mondine Edition, Molinella, 2006.
  • I Mozart vanno vanno, interludio in La notte delle dissonanze, by Sandro Cappelletto, EDT, Torino, 2007.




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