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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Luigi Russolo. Luigi Russolo. Luigi Russolo — painter, composer, builder of musical instruments, and first-hour member of the Italian Futurist movement — was a crucial figure in the evolution of twentieth-century aesthetics. As creator of the first systematic poetics of noise and inventor of what has been considered the first mechanical sound synthesizer, Russolo looms large in the development of twentieth-century music. Books by Luigi Russolo.
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In it, Russolo argues that the human ear has become accustomed to the speed, energy, and noise of the urban industrial soundscape ; furthermore, this new sonic palette requires a new approach to musical instrumentation and composition. He proposes a number of conclusions about how electronics and other technology will allow futurist musicians to "substitute for the limited variety of timbres that the orchestra possesses today the infinite variety of timbres in noises, reproduced with appropriate mechanisms". The Art of Noises is considered by some authors to be one of the most important and influential texts in 20th-century musical aesthetics. Russolo states that " noise " first came into existence as the result of 19th century machines. Before this time the world was a quiet, if not silent, place. With the exception of storms , waterfalls , and tectonic activity, the noise that did punctuate this silence were not loud, prolonged, or varied. He notes that the earliest " music " was very simplistic and was created with very simple instruments, and that many early civilizations considered the secrets of music sacred and reserved it for rites and rituals.