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Lattes, Edoardo
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Product Details

Author: Edoardo Lattes (*1966)
Publication Date: 2017
Series: Recorder
Pages: pp. 8
Size: 230x310 mm
Binding: Saddle stitching
ISMN: 979-0-2153-2401-5
Code: FL 27

Biographical Notes

Product detailsA bass and double bass player, in his career has played pop/rock music, folk, jazz, incidental music for the teather, as well as performing in symphony orchestras and chamber ensembles. He has played with, among others, Ivano Fossati, Tosca, Lella Costa, Elisabetta Pozzi, Davide Riondino, Umberto Petrin, Mario Arcari, Fulvio Maras, Michele Ascolese, Oliviero Malaspina, Max Manfredi, Suonatori delle Quattro Province, Orchestra di MusicaRivaFestival, Orchestra Sinfonica del Piemonte, Orchestra Sinfonica di Savona, Orchestra Classica di Alessandria, Ensemble Garbarino, I Solisti dell’Orchestra Classica di Alessandria.
He studied composition with Massimo Lauricella and Boris Porena, and electroacoustic composition with Roberto Doati.
In 2001 he won 1st prize in I concorso di composizione a favore della musica popolare sarda (chairman Franco Oppo); in 2008 he took part in the 52. Biennale Musica di Venezia with Lo specchio della regina for piano and live electronics.
He has published an analysis of some compositions by Boris Porena (2004), has worked as contemporary music critic for the review «Musica» (2005-2007), is one of authors of Guida alla musica da camera (Zecchini, Varese 2012) and wrote the chapter on electroacoustic music in Musica e musicisti nella storia by Roberto Iovino (Frilli, Genova 2014).
He teaches electric bass and electronic music in high schools.

Series Details

Recorder
General Editor: Nicola Sansone

This series intends both to propose the original repertoire of the past centuries, with the matching of well-known composers and pieces with others less known or still unpublished, and to promote present-day music in all its various aspects, in belief that Recorder has the right to a special place in an advanced musical civilization, not only for its role of historical memory or for its educational and recreative functions, but also and above all as a musical instrument 'translator' and 'messenger' between different languages, bearer and promoter of an active, sharable and open musical culture.

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