Essay of war by luigi pirandello

Nono had been introduced to the Venice-based philosopher, Massimo Cacciari (Mayor of Venice from 1993–2000), who began to have an increasing influence on the composer's thought during the 1980s ( Carvalho 1999 ). Through Cacciari, Nono became immersed in the work of many German philosophers, including the writings of Walter Benjamin whose ideas on history (strikingly similar to the composer's own) formed the background to the monumental Prometeo—tragedia dell' ascolto (1984/85) ( Stenzl 1995 ). The world premier of the opera was staged in the Church of San Lorenzo, in Venice, on 25 September 1984, conducted by Claudio Abbado , with texts by Massimo Cacciari , lighting by Emilio Vedova , and wooden structures by Renzo Piano . [ citation needed ] Nono's late music is haunted by Benjamin's philosophy, especially the concept of history ( Über den Begriff der Geschichte ) which is given a central role in Prometeo .

Essay of war by luigi pirandello

essay of war by luigi pirandello

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