CINEMA RUSSOLO PORTOGRUARO

Corale written by Angelo Russolo, performed by Luigi Russolo and his orchestra. In he wrote his own manifesto, The Painting of Sounds, Noises and Smells, in which he discussed the synthesis of Cubism and Futurism in his painting and his objective of affecting the senses through the use of colour and dynamic composition. At this stage he was interested mainly in Symbolist-influenced painting and engraving. He wrote and performed Futurist musical scores for both the theatre and the cinema. Throughout most of the ‘s Russolo performed across Europe with his intonorumori. He became a particularly active member of the group, co-signing the Manifesto of Futurist Painters and the Technical Manifesto of Futurist Painting both

With the advent of sound in the cinema Russolo gave up music, giving his last performance on 28 December in Paris. He wrote and performed Futurist musical scores for both the theatre and the cinema. He became a particularly active member of the group, co-signing the Manifesto of Futurist Painters and the Technical Manifesto of Futurist Painting both Luigi Russolo was born in Portogruaro on 30 April He wrote the music for the film The March of the Machines, wrote the music and appeared with Marinetti in Futurists in Paris and appeared in Montparnasse with Marinetti and Prampolini – all three films are now lost. At this stage he was interested mainly in Symbolist-influenced painting and engraving. In he wrote his own manifesto, The Painting of Sounds, Noises and Smells, in which he discussed the synthesis of Cubism and Futurism in his painting and his objective of affecting the senses through the use of colour and dynamic composition. Throughout most of the ‘s Russolo performed across Europe with his intonorumori.

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Seranata written by Angelo Ruussolo, performed by Luigi Russolo and his orchestra. Cranial surgery and 18 months of recovery later he participated in the riots leading to the sacking and porhogruaro of the offices of the Socialist newspaper Avanti in Milan with Marinetti, Balla and Vecchi on April On 17 December he was seriously wounded in the head at Malga Camerona. Russolo joined the Futurist movement at the beginning of and immediately became an activist, taking part in all the serata, or Futurist evenings, and other activities.

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Select Works by Luigi Russolo. He was promoted to lieutenant of the ‘Brenta’ 5th Alpine Battalion.

In he wrote his own manifesto, Cinea Painting of Sounds, Noises and Smells, in which he discussed the synthesis of Cubism and Futurism in his painting and his objective of affecting the senses through the use of colour and dynamic composition. Corale written by Angelo Russolo, performed by Luigi Russolo and his orchestra.

Throughout most of the ‘s Russolo performed across Europe with his intonorumori. Aviator written by Praetella, performed rusaolo Luigi Russolo and his orchestra. With the advent of sound in the cinema Russolo gave up music, giving his last performance on 28 December in Paris.

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At this stage he was interested mainly in Symbolist-influenced painting and engraving. He died on 4 February in Cerro di Laveno. He became a particularly active member of the group, co-signing the Manifesto of Futurist Painters and the Technical Manifesto of Futurist Painting both He wrote and performed Futurist musical scores for both the theatre and the cinema.

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He wrote the music for the ruseolo The March of the Machines, wrote the music and appeared with Marinetti in Futurists in Paris and appeared in Montparnasse with Marinetti and Prampolini – all three films are now lost. Luigi Russolo was born in Portogruaro on 30 April To hear mp3’s of Russolo’s musical performances look in the “Italy Timeline Art” folder on the cd I gave you.

When Italy entered the First World WarRussolo joined a battalion of cyclist volunteers with many other Futurists.

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