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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 99

2024-06-03 16:52

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 99

Third and final event of the week dedicated to Franco Battiato, where we retrace the final stages of the Sicilian artist's career.

Third and final event of the week dedicated to Franco Battiato, where we retrace the final stages of the Sicilian artist's career.

 

With the release of "Gommalacca" in the fall of 1998, Battiato continued his sonic exploration in the realms of rock and electronic music with an album that stands out as one of his greatest successes and one of his boldest musical experiments. The record was promoted on many music shows and received the Targa Tenco award for best album of the year in 1999. Subsequently, Battiato continued his career with the "Trilogy of Fleurs," releasing in 1999 a self-titled album entirely supported by piano and string quartet, followed by "Fleurs 2" in 2008. Throughout the 2000s, he released several other albums, including "Ferro Battuto" (2001) and "Dieci Stratagemmi" (2004), both characterized by a combination of pop and experimentation. In 2011, he collaborated with philosopher Manlio Sgalambro to create an opera centered on the figure of Bernardino Telesio. The decade concluded with the release of "Apriti Sesamo" in 2012, an album with strong social themes and musically experimental. Battiato remained active in the following decade, participating in musical and literary projects and giving concerts throughout Italy. His final album, "Torneremo Ancora," was released in 2019, before his retirement from the scene.

 

Today, we suggest listening to "Casta Diva," from "Gommalacca." Enjoy!

 

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