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John Cage - Alla Ricerca Del Silenzio Perduto - Il Treno Di John Cage Album

John Cage - Alla Ricerca Del Silenzio Perduto - Il Treno Di John Cage Album Performer: John Cage
Title: Alla Ricerca Del Silenzio Perduto - Il Treno Di John Cage
Style: Field Recording, Experimental
Label: I Dischi Di Angelica, Baskerville
# Cat: IDA 023, IDA DVD 001, ISBN 978 88 8000 890 3
Released: 2008
Country: Italy
FLAC album: 1759 mb
MP3 album: 1122 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Audio Files / Classical / Hard

Tracklist

1Alla Ricerca Del Silenzio Perduto
Cameraman [Riprese Super8] – Giovanni Natale, Jean Luc DornFilm Director – Oderso RubiniFilm Technician [Registrazione Tv Circuito Interno Treno] – Gianni Gitti
9:32
2trainCAGEtrain
Film Director, Video Editor [Montaggio Video] – Lelli & MasottiVideo Editor [Collaborazione Al Montaggio Grafico E Acquisizione Immagini] – Serena Serrani
25:51
3Bologna > Riola > Porretta74:00
4Suoni Di Vita Quotidiana
Recorded By [Selezione Di Campioni Sonori Utilizzati Per Il Treno Di John Cage Registrati Da] – Walter MarchettiTechnician [Selezione Di Campioni Sonori Utilizzati Per Il Treno Di John Cage Elaborati Da] – Juan Hidalgo, Oderso Rubini
36:07
5Bologna > Lugo > Ravenna63:07
6Ravenna > Bellaria > Rimini65:42

Credits

  • Design [Graphic Project], LayoutConcetta Nasone, Massimo Golfieri
  • Engineer [Ingegnere Del Suono]Marino Paire (tracks: 1-1 to 3-1)
  • Executive-ProducerMassimo Simonini
  • Liner NotesCarlo Infante, Daniel Charles, Giampiero Cane, John Cage, Tito Gotti
  • Liner Notes [Book Edited By]Massimo Simonini, Oderso Rubini
  • Liner Notes [Translations]Daniela Furini, Roberta Reali
  • Loops [Uncredited]Juan Hidalgo, Walter Marchetti
  • Performer [Uncredited]Augusto Vismara, Carlo Capelli, Cristiano Rossi , Demetrio Stratos, Enrico Visani, Esther Ferrer, Gian Felice Fugazza, Gianfranco Barucchello, Giorgio Zagnoni, Luigi Lanzillotta, Marcello Panni, Marco Scano, Massimo Coen
  • Photography ByBrigitte Pasquet, Corinto Marianelli, Enrico Scuro, Fabio Emilio Simion, Giovanni Giovannetti, Lelli & Masotti, Nino Monastra, Oderso Rubini
  • Photography By [Photo Sequences], Painting [Cover Photo Painted By]Massimo Golfieri
  • Recorded By [Registrazioni Originali Di]Carlo "Cialdo" Capelli (tracks: 1-1 to 3-1), Oderso Rubini (tracks: 1-1 to 3-1), Stefano Barnaba (tracks: 1-1 to 3-1)
  • Sounds [Elaborazioni Di]Patrizio Fariselli (tracks: 1-1 to DVD1), Walter Marchetti (tracks: 1-1 to DVD1)

Notes

Included in 160-page, hardcover book with bilingual (Italian/English) text.

from the back cover: "The happening Alla ricerca del silenzio perduto • Cage's Train has lingered in the memory of all the people who took part in it, and the echoes left behind by the American composer's prepared train have spread through time. This rare document contains critical contributions on the event in both Italian and English, 3 audio CDs featuring the elaboration of the train's 3 excursions and 1 DVD. They are all previously unpublished materials, collected here for the first time."

Progetto del trentennale del treno di John Cage

Editing e missaggio presso il Curved Light Studio realizzati tra giugno e ottobre 2002.
DVD1 estratti sonore dal CD I Bologna > Riola > Porretta

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 9 78888 0008903

Comments: (1)
BlessСhild
On the original Cage's Train cassette book on Grafis & Fylkingen, the credited sound recordists were Nino Monastra and Maria Grazia Veggi, whereas the sound editing and mixdown (of sounds recorded both from the interior and exterior of carriages during the stops at the stations) was done by Sten Hanson and Monastra. It is reported, on the event flyer reproduced in the dvd, that the 210 cassettes loops used on the train were taken from environmental sounds recorded by Marchetti, and elaborated by Hidalgo with the assistance of Oderso Rubini and Carlo Capelli at Oderso's Harpo's Bazaar studio, and Oderso is pictured in the dvd photo gallery recording the train hapennings, however he is not credited in the original release as sound recordist.
Thus this Angelica/Baskerville release would seem to have been mixed, by Marchetti and Fariselli, from alternative recordings of the train events, done by Oderso, Capelli and Barnaba. However, the Demetrio Stratos excerpt can also be heard on this release (on CD2), but with different background noises (in the cd, prominent train noises are added).