Three new compositions from Alessandro Bosetti carrying the mark of his unique style and techniques. Somewhere in between musical compositions, songs, literary essays, poems or unreligious mantras.
They lie in between genres without embracing any of them. Closer references and influences as Robert Ashley, Rene Lussier, Peter Ablinger, Ornette Coleman (or even the asymmetrical rhythms of Steve Coleman and Henry Threadgill) are still too far away to become handy in describing this music.
He translates intonations of speech into complex and seemingly orchestral scores where meaning, tone and noise are melted into each other . Several variations of techniques known as shadowing or convolution were used in the making of it. Sometimes digital devices were used, some other times analogue - almost hand made - techniques. Bosetti refers to Arcimboldo's paintings from the XVI century as a inspiration to his craft naming it....... more