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Berio, Lucianolocked

  • David Osmond-Smith
  •  and Ben Earle

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(b Oneglia, 1925; d Rome, 27 May 2003). Italian composer. At a relatively early stage in his career, he succeeded in transcending the closed world of the European avant garde to address a wider public. The vivid, gestural idiom that he developed in the 1960s, and the creative consequences that he drew from other, often extra-musical aspects of the culture around him, established for him a world-wide reputation that sustained his subsequent exploration of a wide, and sometimes challenging, arc of musical resources. Of formidable creative energy, he proved one of the most prolific composers of the later 20th century. Berio’s long-established status as the leading Italian composer of his generation remains secure....

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