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INCIDENTI​-​Lo Schianto (2021)

by NichelOdeon/InSonar & Relatives

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    For an "overcoming of anger"

    "INCIDENTI – Lo Schianto", the projects, the contents

    Not Me
    Contemporary music project born in Puglia in 2018.
    Classical music, but with attention to electricity, electronics and global languages. All the topics covered by the project are social and libertarian. The tracks are articulated in short times as in small lied and short compositions of music for virtual orchestra, little ensemble, or by single voice over several octaves range. Balance, composure, harmony, like “haiku”, despite the use of a " tonal and atonal harmonic system at the same time" (Polystylism, all that can be useful for my own expression).

    NichelOdeon
    Expressionist theater-music project born in Milan in 2007. Dressed in contemporary and "exploded" form-song romances, it uses every language deemed useful: ancient and contemporary classical, new jazz, global ethnic music, folk music, electronics, rock in all its variations. The topics dealt with are a very intimate diary in the name of Claudio Milano and they often discuss philosophical, religious topics, as well as violent social and political tension, autobiographical themes, in a psychoanalytic statement. The project is based largely on the direct interaction in recording studios of a chamber rock ensemble, which has changed face and geographical locations (Italian regions Lombardia, Lazio, Puglia) of belonging over more than ten years of history and welcomed contributions from some of the greatest talents of the Italian underground and avant music from the 60s to today.

    InSonar
    A project founded with the Venetian multi-instrumentist/“non-musician” Marco Tuppo in 2011, it's extremely flexible in its use timbre of instruments and human voice. While rooted in the electronic environment, this adds acoustic “colorful sound” suggestions, ethnic and electric cosmopolitan, as well as unusual tools (theremin, Onde Martenot). The lines of the songs often resort to nursery rhymes and in the lyrics they are children in the first person talking, turning daily horror into wonder. Another theme addressed is that of mental and physical travel. InSonar is mainly a "networking" project developed to the nth degree to welcome contributions from musicians from around the globe, some of which are true legends.

    This Order
    Gothic and theatrical avant metal project, to accommodate every subgenus of the phenomenon. It lives a balance between minimal geometries derived from historical avant-gardes, dark-wave / stoner / math rock and progressive maximalism. This Order was born in 2015 in a small town in the Taranto hinterland, Fragagnano, thanks to the collaboration of former members from the dark wave band Karma in Auge and Claudio Milano with the active collaboration of Italian musicians from different backgrounds (participated in the concept by recording contributions from studies scattered throughout Italy), including Paolo Tofani, former member of Area International POPular Group.

    Each of these projects has in common the desire to create new identities of sonic languages, come on structured and elaborated cultural references in summary; shares the courage and willingness to propose music for urgency and communicative need, but without economic evaluations to direct the choices; accepts interaction in a performative context, with every recognized and unrecognized artistic forms. The knife thrown at a target shooting, intended as a necessity of choice but also as a danger, responsibility, is the main symbol of the whole album.
    The places, the times

    A journey that tells about recording made throughout Italy between June 2014 and July 2019. Recordings took place mainly in Rome (BeSound Studio, Stefano Saletti's private studio recording), Villa Adriana - RM - (3rd Ear Lab 3.0), Fragagnano - TA - (Karma Room Studio), Vedano al Lambro - MB - (Virtual Light Studio) and in dozens of private studios.

    The themes and lyrics, the arrangements and the writing process

    An album with the theme "overcoming anger" in an era of deliberate and legitimately aggression.
    A long story / novel in 15-17 chapters, which after so many years (since August 2004, date of publication of my first solo album "L'Urlo rubato"), sees not only music, lyrics and pictorial cycle to define the artwork, but also the arrangements return to my only signature, with some welcome exceptions.
    For the second time, the recording process started from the truly dangerous "a cappella" engraved voices. Arrangements written on paper and "in mind" (in a very old way, without any informatic support), to marry consonance, atonality, serialism, cacophony, alea, polyphony... to make staves explode definitely!
    The need to feel even more "mine" and "true", something I offer to you today so that it becomes "something else" at the discretion of your sensitivity.

    Lyrics here are screams of butterflies against a sun that “will give them light”,

    1) of those who die in a Chechen lager ("Non Esistono", "L'Ultima Sigaretta (Fantasmi ad Argun)"; crossing a sea, the Mediterranean, or a river, the Rio Grande, which hopes interrupt roughly ("Senza Ritorno", "Sabbia Scura", "Del Mondo i Occhi (New Moses)", "Nyama (Gettarsi Oltre) ": The Cycle called “You Legalized Holocausts”;
    2) who dies without a kiss ("How hard Tune!", "Con Dedica", "Idiota / Autoritratto (Tadzio's Death)"," La Montagna e il Trono"): The Cycle called “Fatuous in Action - (Infatuations)”.
    3) of those who die selling illusions that will not absolve them from solitude ("Il Barbiere degli Occhi"), without a roof ("La Scatola"), strangled by the deceptions of a language of a new Babel of the network (of the social networks, of the chats), that everyone makes strangers ("Variations on The Jargon King"); of those who slowly struggle not to die out intimately, because no, there is no more room for everyone, no more ... ("Ho Gettato mio Figlio da una Rupe perché non Somigliava a Fabrizio Corona","Out Let - Viae di (s) PHjga"): The Cycle called “Obligation of Disobedience”.

    Dedicated to the memory of Gianni Lenoci (Monopoli, June 6 1963 – San Giovanni Rotondo, September 30 2019),here involved with his unique passion ad genius, Enrico Ramunni, music journalist who for many years followed my path with loving affection and attention. Because today more than ever music requires guardians and where these disappear, with them it becomes more little hope that the whole idea of “counter-culture" will arrive to us.

    Claudio Milano, (which this time bend over backwards, that is, “made 4 of himself”)

    CREDITS:
    1) Non Esistono
    music, lyrics and arrangements by Claudio Milano

    2) How hard Tune!
    music, lyrics and arrangements by Claudio Milano

    3) Variations on The Jargon King
    lyrics by Peter Hammill; music by Claudio Milano, Mauro Corvaglia, Giovanni D'Elia, Mimmo Frioli; arrangements by Claudio Milano, Mauro Corvaglia, Giovanni D'Elia, Mimmo Frioli, Stefano Ferrian (guitar solo), Paolo Tofani (iPad atonal “virtual guitar” solo).

    4) Il Barbiere degli Occhi
    music and lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano with sparse contributions from Pierpaolo Caputo, Vincenzo Zitello, Francesca Badalini, Andrea Grumelli and Andrea Quattrini

    5) Con Dedica
    music and lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano, Stefano Giannotti and Gianni Lenoci

    6) Senza Ritorno
    lyrics by Salvatore Lazzara; music and arrangements by Claudio Milano. The vocal lines included in this track were conceived in a different version on Pensiero Nomade's album “Appunti per una Teoria delle Maree” - Filibusta Records, 2018.

    7) La Scatola
    music and lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano with some contributions from Andrea Quattrini, Stefano Ferrian, Stefano Giannotti and Ulisse Tonon

    8) L'ultima Sigaretta (Fantasmi ad Argun)
    music, lyrics and arrangements by Claudio Milano

    9) Idiota/Autoritratto (Tadzio's Death)
    music and lyrics by Claudio Milano, arrangements by Claudio Milano, Massimo Silverio, Stefano Giannotti

    10) Ho Gettato mio Figlio da una Rupe perché non Somigliava a Fabrizio Corona
    PT I: “Ho Gettato mio Figlio”
    music (includes a quote from “The Smurfs Theme Songs La La La” by Mander & One T) and lyrics by Claudio Milano, arrangements by Claudio Milano with some contributions from Mimmo Frioli
    11) PT II: “Cento Vite”
    music by an anonymous Italian emigrant; lyrics by Coucou Sèlavy; arrangements by Coucou Sèlavy and Claudio Milano
    12) PT III: “Il Coro dei Critici all'ultima Sponda del Commiato”
    music/theatre by Coucou Sèlavy with noises by the band; lyrics are excerpts from reviews about NichelOdeon/InSonar's Ukiyoe “Mondi Fluttuanti”, written on the website Progarchives.com by Mellotron Storm, VOTOMS, Albebaran Well, Kazza3, tmay102436, LearsFool, zravkapt, admireArt, tszirmay, Guldbamsen, siLLy puPPy, octopus-4, Windhawk, selected and assembled in a DADA way by Coucou Sèlavy & Claudio Milano.

    13) Sabbia Scura
    music and arrangements by Claudio Milano; lyrics by Salvatore Lazzara. The vocal lines included in this track were conceived in a different version on Pensiero Nomade's album “Appunti per una Teoria delle Maree” - Filibusta Records, 2018.

    14) Del Mondo gli Occhi (New Moses)
    music, lyrics and arrangements by Claudio Milano

    15) Nyama (Gettarsi Oltre)
    music by Claudio Milano on Marco Tuppo's original rhythmic cells (the track was published in a very different version on Alfa Neu's album “Introducing Mr K.” - Drummond, 2015 and as InSonar with an online version in January 2016); lyrics by Claudio Milano with quotes from Dino Campana's “Una Strana Zingarella” and Pier Paolo Pasolini's “Profezia”; arrangements by Claudio Milano with some contributions from Ivano Nardi and Stefano Ferrian

    16) La Montagna e il Trono
    music and lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano with contributions from Alessandro Palma, Andrea Murada, Paolo Tofani, Pierpaolo Caputo.

    17) Out Let – Viae di (s) PHjga
    music & lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano, guitars by Daniele Onori.

    All tracks is named “Senza Valore / Without any Value”

    Tracks 1-8 are dedicated to Danilo Gattai; track 2 is dedicated to Riccardo Bo Bichi; track 4 is dedicated to Vins Semeraro; track 5 is dedicated to the “anonymous Roman criminologist”; track 13 is dedicated to Massimo Lindo Rezza; track 16 is dedicated to Peppe Caforio.

    Artwork
    Paintings and storyboard concept by Claudio Milano on photos by Damiano Todaro and Cesare Buttaboni (cathedral ruins only).
    Paintings were photographed by Raffaele Vestito.
    Graphics by Paolo Rosset.

    Personnel:

    Claudio Milano: al vocal sounds (tracks 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 15, 16), vocal noises and reciter introductions (tracks 11, 12), screaming (tracks 12); backing vocals and vocal effects (track 8), diamonica and piano (track 9), percussion (tracks 4, 16), synth (6, 13), field recordings (tracks 4, 9, 15), electronics (13, 14, 15, 17);

    Paolo Siconolfi: editing, mixing, mastering, sound designer (tracks 1 to 17), electronics (tracks 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 13, 15), field recordings (4, 11);

    Erica Scherl: violin (tracks 2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16);

    Evaristo Casonato: oboe (tracks 2, 4, 7, 8, 15, 16), flutes (tracks 4, 7, 8, 16), contralto sax (tracks 7, 16); English horn (track 16).

    Paolo Tofani Krsna Prema: IPad (tracks 3, 16);

    Vincenzo Zitello: Theremin Moog (track 4);

    Laura Catrani: soprano (tracks 1, 14);

    Coucou Sèlavy: one thousand voices/theatre (tracks 11, 12);

    Dalila Kayros: extended vocals (track 15 from 06.07.089 to 09.01.140), field recordings (track 14);

    Cinzia La Fauci: ghosts' voices (track 8 from 00.43.081 to 01.25.495);
    Stefano Luigi Mangia: extended vocals (track 15 from 06.09.782 to 07.12.642);

    Massimo Silverio: lead vocals (track 8), cello (tracks 8, 9), electric guitar (track 9);

    Paola Tagliaferro: all mothers' voices (track 8 from 0.11.371 to 0.32.362 and from 03.03.293 to 03.25.955), zither (tracks 8, 14);

    Paola Tozzi: vocals (track 17);

    Vittorio Nistri: synth, electronics (track 15, 17), classical guitar (track 15), pre-edit (track 15);

    Stefano Giannotti: synths (tracks 5, 9), electric piano (track 9), prepared piano (track 7), drums and percussion (track 9), harmonium (track 9);

    Gianni Lenoci: prepared piano (track 5);

    Camillo Pace: double bass (tracks 13, 15);

    Francesca Badalini: grand piano (tracks 4, 16), prepared piano (track 4);

    Andrea Grumelli: frethless bass, bass guitars (tracks 2, 4, 15);

    Andrea Quattrini: drums, percussion, electronics (tracks 4, 7);

    Stefano Ferrian: electric guitar (tracks 3, 15);

    Raoul Moretti: electrified harp (track 15);

    Andrea Murada: self built percussion, percussion from all over the world (track 16).

    Fabio Amurri: piano (track 7).

    Pierpaolo Spirangle Caputo: electrified self-built ghironda (4-16);

    Mimmo Frioli: drums, percussion, pre-edit, recording (tracks 3, 10, 11, 12);

    Giovanni D’ Elia: bass guitar (tracks 3, 10, 11, 12);

    Danilo Camassa: classical and electric guitar (tracks 10, 11, 12);

    Mauro Corvaglia: electric self built guitar (track 3);

    Domenico Liuzzi: tenor sax (tracks 3, 15), bassoon (tracks 15, 16);

    Max Pieretti: synth – closing section (track 7);

    Fulvio Manganini: stick (track 7);

    Alessandro Palma: drums (track 16);

    Ulisse Tonon: accordions (tracks 7, 14), electrified accordion (track 14), prepared piano (track 14);

    Sisto Palombella: accordion (track 1);

    Claudio Pirro: electric and acoustic guitars (track 2);

    Marco Lucchi: Mellotron (track 8);

    Luca Olivieri: glockenspiel (tracks 4, 15);

    Lorenzo Sempio: guitars, guitar synth, noises & effects (tracks 1, 8);

    Jody Bortoluzzi: synth, suggestions (track 8);

    Ivano Nardi: drums, percussion (track 15);

    Franco Poggiali: synth (track 17);

    Daniele Onori: electric and acoustic guitars (track 17).

    Claudio Milano's website: www.claudiomilano.it
    Claudio Milano's Bandcamp: claudiomilano.bandcamp.com

    Published by Snowdonia dischi
    a label by Cinzia La Fauci e Alberto Scotti
    E-mail: snowdonia@snowdonia.it
    Web: www.snowdonia.it
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    Address: Snowdonia dischi, viale Sicilia 4, 21052 Busto Arsizio (Va)


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ABOUT:

For an "overcoming of anger"

"INCIDENTI – Lo Schianto", the projects, the contents

Not Me
Contemporary music project born in Puglia in 2018.
Classical music, but with attention to electricity, electronics and global languages. All the topics covered by the project are social and libertarian. The tracks are articulated in short times as in small lied and short compositions of music for virtual orchestra, little ensemble, or by single voice over several octaves range. Balance, composure, harmony, like “haiku”, despite the use of a " tonal and atonal harmonic system at the same time" (Polystylism, all that can be useful for my own expression).

NichelOdeon
Expressionist theater-music project born in Milan in 2007. Dressed in contemporary and "exploded" form-song romances, it uses every language deemed useful: ancient and contemporary classical, new jazz, global ethnic music, folk music, electronics, rock in all its variations. The topics dealt with are a very intimate diary in the name of Claudio Milano and they often discuss philosophical, religious topics, as well as violent social and political tension, autobiographical themes, in a psychoanalytic statement. The project is based largely on the direct interaction in recording studios of a chamber rock ensemble, which has changed face and geographical locations (Italian regions Lombardia, Lazio, Puglia) of belonging over more than ten years of history and welcomed contributions from some of the greatest talents of the Italian underground and avant music from the 60s to today.

InSonar
A project founded with the Venetian multi-instrumentist/“non-musician” Marco Tuppo in 2011, it's extremely flexible in its use timbre of instruments and human voice. While rooted in the electronic environment, this adds acoustic “colorful sound” suggestions, ethnic and electric cosmopolitan, as well as unusual tools (theremin, Onde Martenot). The lines of the songs often resort to nursery rhymes and in the lyrics they are children in the first person talking, turning daily horror into wonder. Another theme addressed is that of mental and physical travel. InSonar is mainly a "networking" project developed to the nth degree to welcome contributions from musicians from around the globe, some of which are true legends.

This Order
Gothic and theatrical avant metal project, to accommodate every subgenus of the phenomenon. It lives a balance between minimal geometries derived from historical avant-gardes, dark-wave / stoner / math rock and progressive maximalism. This Order was born in 2015 in a small town in the Taranto hinterland, Fragagnano, thanks to the collaboration of former members from the dark wave band Karma in Auge and Claudio Milano with the active collaboration of Italian musicians from different backgrounds (participated in the concept by recording contributions from studies scattered throughout Italy), including Paolo Tofani, former member of Area International POPular Group.

Each of these projects has in common the desire to create new identities of sonic languages, come on structured and elaborated cultural references in summary; shares the courage and willingness to propose music for urgency and communicative need, but without economic evaluations to direct the choices; accepts interaction in a performative context, with every recognized and unrecognized artistic forms. The knife thrown at a target shooting, intended as a necessity of choice but also as a danger, responsibility, is the main symbol of the whole album.
The places, the times

A journey that tells about recording made throughout Italy between June 2014 and July 2019. Recordings took place mainly in Rome (BeSound Studio, Stefano Saletti's private studio recording), Villa Adriana - RM - (3rd Ear Lab 3.0), Fragagnano - TA - (Karma Room Studio), Vedano al Lambro - MB - (Virtual Light Studio) and in dozens of private studios.

The themes and lyrics, the arrangements and the writing process

An album with the theme "overcoming anger" in an era of deliberate and legitimately aggression.
A long story / novel in 15-17 chapters, which after so many years (since August 2004, date of publication of my first solo album "L'Urlo rubato"), sees not only music, lyrics and pictorial cycle to define the artwork, but also the arrangements return to my only signature, with some welcome exceptions.
For the second time, the recording process started from the truly dangerous "a cappella" engraved voices. Arrangements written on paper and "in mind" (in a very old way, without any informatic support), to marry consonance, atonality, serialism, cacophony, alea, polyphony... to make staves explode definitely!
The need to feel even more "mine" and "true", something I offer to you today so that it becomes "something else" at the discretion of your sensitivity.

Lyrics here are screams of butterflies against a sun that “will give them light”,

1) of those who die in a Chechen lager ("Non Esistono", "L'Ultima Sigaretta (Fantasmi ad Argun)"; crossing a sea, the Mediterranean, or a river, the Rio Grande, which hopes interrupt roughly ("Senza Ritorno", "Sabbia Scura", "Del Mondo i Occhi (New Moses)", "Nyama (Gettarsi Oltre) ": The Cycle called “You Legalized Holocausts”;
2) who dies without a kiss ("How hard Tune!", "Con Dedica", "Idiota / Autoritratto (Tadzio's Death)"," La Montagna e il Trono"): The Cycle called “Fatuous in Action - (Infatuations)”.
3) of those who die selling illusions that will not absolve them from solitude ("Il Barbiere degli Occhi"), without a roof ("La Scatola"), strangled by the deceptions of a language of a new Babel of the network (of the social networks, of the chats), that everyone makes strangers ("Variations on The Jargon King"); of those who slowly struggle not to die out intimately, because no, there is no more room for everyone, no more ... ("Ho Gettato mio Figlio da una Rupe perché non Somigliava a Fabrizio Corona","Out Let - Viae di (s) PHjga"): The Cycle called “Obligation of Disobedience”.

Dedicated to the memory of Gianni Lenoci (Monopoli, June 6 1963 – San Giovanni Rotondo, September 30 2019),here involved with his unique passion ad genius, Enrico Ramunni, music journalist who for many years followed my path with loving affection and attention. Because today more than ever music requires guardians and where these disappear, with them it becomes more little hope that the whole idea of “counter-culture" will arrive to us.

Claudio Milano, (which this time bend over backwards, that is, “made 4 of himself”)

credits

released September 11, 2021

Credits:
1) Non Esistono
music, lyrics and arrangements by Claudio Milano

2) How hard Tune!
music, lyrics and arrangements by Claudio Milano

3) Variations on The Jargon King
lyrics by Peter Hammill; music by Claudio Milano, Mauro Corvaglia, Giovanni D'Elia, Mimmo Frioli; arrangements by Claudio Milano, Mauro Corvaglia, Giovanni D'Elia, Mimmo Frioli, Stefano Ferrian (guitar solo), Paolo Tofani (iPad atonal “virtual guitar” solo).

4) Il Barbiere degli Occhi
music and lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano with sparse contributions from Pierpaolo Caputo, Vincenzo Zitello, Francesca Badalini, Andrea Grumelli and Andrea Quattrini

5) Con Dedica
music and lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano, Stefano Giannotti and Gianni Lenoci

6) Senza Ritorno
lyrics by Salvatore Lazzara; music and arrangements by Claudio Milano. The vocal lines included in this track were conceived in a different version on Pensiero Nomade's album “Appunti per una Teoria delle Maree” - Filibusta Records, 2018.

7) La Scatola
music and lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano with some contributions from Andrea Quattrini, Stefano Ferrian, Stefano Giannotti and Ulisse Tonon

8) L'ultima Sigaretta (Fantasmi ad Argun)
music, lyrics and arrangements by Claudio Milano

9) Idiota/Autoritratto (Tadzio's Death)
music and lyrics by Claudio Milano, arrangements by Claudio Milano, Massimo Silverio, Stefano Giannotti

10) Ho Gettato mio Figlio da una Rupe perché non Somigliava a Fabrizio Corona
PT I: “Ho Gettato mio Figlio”
music (includes a quote from “The Smurfs Theme Songs La La La” by Mander & One T) and lyrics by Claudio Milano, arrangements by Claudio Milano with some contributions from Mimmo Frioli
11) PT II: “Cento Vite”
music by an anonymous Italian emigrant; lyrics by Coucou Sèlavy; arrangements by Coucou Sèlavy and Claudio Milano
12) PT III: “Il Coro dei Critici all'ultima Sponda del Commiato”
music/theatre by Coucou Sèlavy with noises by the band; lyrics are excerpts from reviews about NichelOdeon/InSonar's Ukiyoe “Mondi Fluttuanti”, written on the website Progarchives.com by Mellotron Storm, VOTOMS, Albebaran Well, Kazza3, tmay102436, LearsFool, zravkapt, admireArt, tszirmay, Guldbamsen, siLLy puPPy, octopus-4, Windhawk, selected and assembled in a DADA way by Coucou Sèlavy & Claudio Milano.

13) Sabbia Scura
music and arrangements by Claudio Milano; lyrics by Salvatore Lazzara. The vocal lines included in this track were conceived in a different version on Pensiero Nomade's album “Appunti per una Teoria delle Maree” - Filibusta Records, 2018.

14) Del Mondo gli Occhi (New Moses)
music, lyrics and arrangements by Claudio Milano

15) Nyama (Gettarsi Oltre)
music by Claudio Milano on Marco Tuppo's original rhythmic cells (the track was published in a very different version on Alfa Neu's album “Introducing Mr K.” - Drummond, 2015 and as InSonar with an online version in January 2016); lyrics by Claudio Milano with quotes from Dino Campana's “Una Strana Zingarella” and Pier Paolo Pasolini's “Profezia”; arrangements by Claudio Milano with some contributions from Ivano Nardi and Stefano Ferrian

16) La Montagna e il Trono
music and lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano with contributions from Alessandro Palma, Andrea Murada, Paolo Tofani, Pierpaolo Caputo.

17) Out Let – Viae di (s) PHjga
music & lyrics by Claudio Milano; arrangements by Claudio Milano, guitars by Daniele Onori.

All tracks is named “Senza Valore / Without any Value”

Tracks 1-8 are dedicated to Danilo Gattai; track 2 is dedicated to Riccardo Bo Bichi; track 4 is dedicated to Vins Semeraro; track 5 is dedicated to the “anonymous Roman criminologist”; track 13 is dedicated to Massimo Lindo Rezza; track 16 is dedicated to Peppe Caforio.

Artwork
Paintings and storyboard concept by Claudio Milano on photos by Damiano Todaro and Cesare Buttaboni (cathedral ruins only).
Paintings were photographed by Raffaele Vestito.
Graphics by Paolo Rosset.

Personnel:

Claudio Milano: al vocal sounds (tracks 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 15, 16), vocal noises and reciter introductions (tracks 11, 12), screaming (tracks 12); backing vocals and vocal effects (track 8), diamonica and piano (track 9), percussion (tracks 4, 16), synth (6, 13), field recordings (tracks 4, 9, 15), electronics (13, 14, 15, 17);

Paolo Siconolfi: editing, mixing, mastering, sound designer (tracks 1 to 17), electronics (tracks 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 13, 15), field recordings (4, 11);

Erica Scherl: violin (tracks 2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16);

Evaristo Casonato: oboe (tracks 2, 4, 7, 8, 15, 16), flutes (tracks 4, 7, 8, 16), contralto sax (tracks 7, 16); English horn (track 16).

Paolo Tofani Krsna Prema: IPad (tracks 3, 16);

Vincenzo Zitello: Theremin Moog (track 4);

Laura Catrani: soprano (tracks 1, 14);

Coucou Sèlavy: one thousand voices/theatre (tracks 11, 12);

Dalila Kayros: extended vocals (track 15 from 06.07.089 to 09.01.140), field recordings (track 14);

Cinzia La Fauci: ghosts' voices (track 8 from 00.43.081 to 01.25.495);
Stefano Luigi Mangia: extended vocals (track 15 from 06.09.782 to 07.12.642);

Massimo Silverio: lead vocals (track 8), cello (tracks 8, 9), electric guitar (track 9);

Paola Tagliaferro: all mothers' voices (track 8 from 0.11.371 to 0.32.362 and from 03.03.293 to 03.25.955), zither (tracks 8, 14);

Paola Tozzi: vocals (track 17);

Vittorio Nistri: synth, electronics (track 15, 17), classical guitar (track 15), pre-edit (track 15);

Stefano Giannotti: synths (tracks 5, 9), electric piano (track 9), prepared piano (track 7), drums and percussion (track 9), harmonium (track 9);

Gianni Lenoci: prepared piano (track 5);

Camillo Pace: double bass (tracks 13, 15);

Francesca Badalini: grand piano (tracks 4, 16), prepared piano (track 4);

Andrea Grumelli: frethless bass, bass guitars (tracks 2, 4, 15);

Andrea Quattrini: drums, percussion, electronics (tracks 4, 7);

Stefano Ferrian: electric guitar (tracks 3, 15);

Raoul Moretti: electrified harp (track 15);

Andrea Murada: self built percussion, percussion from all over the world (track 16).

Fabio Amurri: piano (track 7).

Pierpaolo Spirangle Caputo: electrified self-built ghironda (4-16);

Mimmo Frioli: drums, percussion, pre-edit, recording (tracks 3, 10, 11, 12);

Giovanni D’ Elia: bass guitar (tracks 3, 10, 11, 12);

Danilo Camassa: classical and electric guitar (tracks 10, 11, 12);

Mauro Corvaglia: electric self built guitar (track 3);

Domenico Liuzzi: tenor sax (tracks 3, 15), bassoon (tracks 15, 16);

Max Pieretti: synth – closing section (track 7);

Fulvio Manganini: stick (track 7);

Alessandro Palma: drums (track 16);

Ulisse Tonon: accordions (tracks 7, 14), electrified accordion (track 14), prepared piano (track 14);

Sisto Palombella: accordion (track 1);

Claudio Pirro: electric and acoustic guitars (track 2);

Marco Lucchi: Mellotron (track 8);

Luca Olivieri: glockenspiel (tracks 4, 15);

Lorenzo Sempio: guitars, guitar synth, noises & effects (tracks 1, 8);

Jody Bortoluzzi: synth, suggestions (track 8);

Ivano Nardi: drums, percussion (track 15);

Franco Poggiali: synth (track 17);

Daniele Onori: electric and acoustic guitars (track 17).

Claudio Milano's website: www.claudiomilano.it
Claudio Milano's Bandcamp: claudiomilano.bandcamp.com

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Claudio Milano Milan, Italy

Speleologist/climber of the voice, designer of sonic geometries for theater/performance/dance/installations, Claudio Milano is also a teacher, music therapist, actor, performer and illustrator. From 2004 since today he published several albums, 3 of which double, two DVDs and he performed with some of the greatest world musicians in the fields: classic, rock, jazz, ethno, avant-garde, pop... ... more

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