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Profilo storico-documentario , pp. Appunti sull'epistolario Farinelli-Metastasio , pp. Appunti per una possibile sintesi, ovvero il caso Farinelli , pp. Raymond Fearn, Prometheus or Icarus? Sardou, ridotto in tre atti per la scena lirica da Arturo Colautti, pp. Martha Feldman, Opera and sovereignity. Lilia Flavia Ficcadenti, Ricerca e studio di frammenti di codici liturgico-musicali: Saverio Franchi, La musica a Roma al tempo della peste: Francesco Galante, Luigi Pestalozza, Metafonie: Giuseppe Gallina, Madrigali senza parole: Tendenze e problemi , Roma, Carocci, Studi superiori, Michael Gassmann, Im gleichen Jahr wie Bach geboren.

Pietro Almasio, Enrico Ruggerone, Premessa , pp. Un grande interprete di Verdi dimenticato , pp. Affetti, talento e prestigio di una famiglia trecatese , pp. Helen Geyer, Mozart im Spannungsfeld der Zeitgenossen: Gialdroni, Agostino Ziino, Beyond Petrucci: Giovanni Giannini, Canti popolari della montagna lucchese raccolti e annotati , Sala Bolognese, Forni, Canti e racconti del popolo italiano, 8. Uomo di gran grido , Pisa, ETS, Come un colpo di cannone Andreas Giger, Verdi and the French aesthetic.

Verse, stanza, and melody in nineteenth-century opera , Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, Pier Giuseppe Gillio, Giuseppe Giacosa librettista: Pier Giuseppe Gillio, Testo verbale e testo musicale nel secondo Settecento: Giorgio Strehler per il Flauto magico Giovanni Paisiello e la cultura europea del suo tempo.

La ricerca nelle fonti in Boemia, a Dresda e a Vienna , pp. Biografia del capolavoro di Lucio Dalla , Milano, Rizzoli, Carlo Goldoni, Drammi comici per musica. Introduzione di Giovanni Polin. Uri Golomb, Ars Polemica: Paolo Gozza, Il miele del musicologo e le rovine del mondo storico. Marco Gozzi, Alle origini del canto fratto: Floyd Grave, Giovanni Battista Viotti: Giovannella Greco, Rosario Ponziano, Musica e comunicazione.

Inga Mai Groote, Musik in italienische Akademien. Guida alla musica in Italia. Nuove prospettive su fonti antiche , pp. Cielo e terra nel canto gregoriano , pp. Il canto emozionale di Agostino e le visioni sonore di Ildegarda di Bingen , pp. Xavier Hertz, Dizionario dei liutai.

Violinmakers , Cremona, Cremonabooks, Iconography as a source for music history. Cristina-Georgeta Alexandrescu, The iconography of wind instruments in ancient Rome: Kurtzman, Lessons learned from the iconography of Venetian ceremonies. Changing perspectives , pp. Guido Salvetti, Resoconto del Convegno , pp. Esecuzioni e interpreti del Don Giovanni in Italia tra il e il , pp. Italian Opera in Central Europe , Volume 3: Sujet, Gattung und kompositorische Charakteristika , pp.

Das Reich der Moguln in der italienischen Oper des John iii Sobieski and the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth in the last quarter of the seventeenth century ; Herbert Seifert, Musik und Theater im Exil: Armando Fabio Ivaldi, Tradurre nella scena. Francesco Izzo, Verdi, the Virgin, and the censor: Maiko Kawabata, Virtuosity, the violin, the devil Thomas Forrest Kelly, Old-roman chant and the responsories of Noah: Eun Jun Kim, Puer Natus: Ursula Kirkendale, Antonio Caldara.

Warren Kirkendale, Ursula Kirkendale, Music and meaning. Studies in music history and the neighbouring disciplines , Firenze, Olschki, Historiae musicae cultores, Warren Kirkendale, Ciceronians versus Aristotelians on the ricercar as exordium, from Bembo to Bach , pp. Some examples from the Landini repertoire , pp. La canzone ravennate e il frammento piacentino , pp. The two cultures , pp. A new source of Italian Trecento music at Reggio Emilia , pp. John Koster, Towards an optimal instrument: John Latartara, Michael Gardiner, Analysis, performance, and images of musical sound: Andrea Lavaggi, Musica e architettura nelle abbazie cistercensi: Lefferts, A riddle and a song: La letteratura e le altre arti.

Comparare la letteratura con le altre arti oggi: Trame e personaggi del ballo teatrale, ; Roberta Galvagno, Le origini musicali della narrativa pizzutiana, pp. Massimiliano Locanto, La tradizione dei tropi liturgici a Pistoia nel xii secolo. Fabio Lodato, Fonti ambrosiane: Nicola Longo, Alla ricerca di un senso: Luca Marenzio e il madrigale romano. Franco Piperno, Introduzione , pp. Il contrappunto a mente e i madrigali di Marenzio , pp. Gabrielle Lucantonio, Profondo rock. Claudio Simonetti tra cinema e musica.

Luigi Dallapiccola nel suo secolo. Appunti sulla formazione ideologica di Luigi Dallapiccola , pp. I Cinque frammenti di Saffo, pp. Intorno al balletto Marsia, pp. Von den Tre laudi zur Oper Volo di notte, pp. Paolo Magaudda, Le molteplici convergenze dei Sound Studies: Magnificat Dominum musica nostra. Salvatore Baviera, Premessa , p.

Gaetano Gaspari e la collezione libraria del Liceo musicale di Bologna , pp. Giacomo Manzoni, Parole per musica. Daniela Marcheschi, Carlo Collodi critico musicale. Marian-Balasa Marin, On the political contribution of ethnomusicology: Mario Pilati e la musica del Novecento a Napoli tra le due guerre. Renato Di Benedetto, Premessa , pp. Le liriche da camera di Mario Pilati , pp. Le lettere a Gianandrea Gavazzeni , pp. Da studente a consulente onorario , pp. Vita e opere di Guido Alberto Fano , pp. Lettura ed esegesi , pp.

Docenti, allievi, didattica , pp. Dramma giocoso und deutsches Singspiel. Marina Mayrhofer, Un giorno di regno. Alvise Mazzucato, Il canto lxxv: Sabine Meine, Im Herzen der Geistlichkeit. Musikleben von Kurtisanen in Rom um , in Orte der Musik. Kulturelles Handeln von Frauen in der Stadt , hrsg. Prefazione di Mario Messinis, Milano, Archinto, Pietro Metastasio, Il periodo italiano. Sergio Miceli, Cinema, pittura, musica, per un accordo armonico , Roma, Bulzoni, Biblioteca cinematografica e dei mass-media, Nuovi approfondimenti biografici e storia di Morning in Iowa op.

Piero Mioli, Recitar cantando. I salmi Jubilate Deo e Laudate Dominum nella duplice versione a otto e a dodici voci , pp. Filippi, Palestrina, Victoria, Marenzio. Di alcuni mottetti e del loro orizzonte intertestuale , pp. Perle marenziane nel Sesto Libro a cinque , pp. Luca Marenzio e Peter Philips , pp. Rosy Moffa, Sulla musica ebraica. La monodia in Toscana alle soglie del xvii secolo. Luca Aversano, Il termine e il concetto di monodia nella letteratura musicale italiana , pp.

ClaudioMontanari, Il campanaro musicista. Alessandra Montani, Strutture temporali e ascolto: Fondamenti teorico-disciplinari dell'ars musica nel ix Secolo , Udine, Forum, Giorgio Morelli, Gino Contilli: Maria Rosa Moretti, Un sogno realizzato: San Marco dei Giustiniani Andrea Mosconi, Antonio Stradivari. Il Cremonese , Cremona, Cremonabooks, Neue Folge, Heft Rezitation - Notation - Komposition , pp. Model books and musical traditions , pp.

I promessi sposi and the dramaturgy of La forza del destino, pp. Alma Santosuosso, The first dictionary of music: Claudio Gallico, Sonetto Del Petrarca , pp. Siroe , Londra , pp. Considerazioni a proposito della recente scoperta dell'opera Gianguir I-Vnm , pp. Marzo , pp. Michelangelo in musica nel xx Secolo , pp. Curriculum e pubblicazioni di Alberto Basso; Indice dei nomi.

La musica segreta del Maestro. Musiche tradizionali del Ponente Ligure. Gianpaolo Schiavo, Presentazione , p. La ricostruzione di un rapporto difficile attraverso la corrispondenza con Giulio Ricordi , pp. Le composizioni strumentali e il loro stile: Trascrizioni di ieri e di oggi: Registrazioni e riprese nella ricerca etnomusicologica , pp. La Susanna di Giardini e Stradella , pp. Diffusione internazionale di Turandot, pp. Anche la Turandot compie ottanta anni , pp. Smith, A Carlo Marinelli , pp.

Personaggi minori e comici del teatro monteverdianoi , pp. Il Secondo libro di madrigali a cinque di Ippolito Sabino , pp. Weber, Gioacchino Rossini Musik und Theorie in Komponieren als Herrschaftsakt , pp. Luisa Nardini, Aliens in disguise: Jean-Jacques Nattiez, Alcuni concetti fondamentali di storiografia della musica: Lucio Niccolai, Canti di maremme e di miniere, di amore, vino e anarchia , Arcidosso, Effigi, Massimo Nosetti, Il nuovo organo F. Opera and academic turns , pp. Fulcher, Introduction to Part i. The representation of social and political relations in operatic works , pp.

Truth and verisimilitude in Venetian opera , pp. How Italian heroines are reflected in French grand opera , pp.

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The institutional bases for the production and reception of opera , pp. An interdisciplinary approach to eighteenth-century Italian opera history , pp. Steinberg, Suzanne Stewart-Steinberg, Fascism and the operatic unconscious , pp. Theorizing opera and the social , pp. Towards a new understanding of the history of opera? Il Signor di Pourceaugnac , pp. Turandot de Giacomo Puccini , pp. Geografia e storia, centri e periferie. Robert le Diable e la riforma delle orchestre italiane negli anni Quaranta , pp. Problematiche introduttive per una valutazione psico-acustica , pp. Il restauro , pp.

Texte , zum Geburtstag des Autors, hrsg. Paganini divo e comunicatore. Maria Rosa Moretti, Introduzione. Intorno a Paganini , pp. Nuove acquisizioni sulla biografia e su alcuni cimeli paganiniani , pp. Mazzini e Paganini tra musica, filosofia, lettere, memorie e due storiche chitarre , pp. Camillo Sivori davanti alle sue platee , pp.

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Tarcisio Migani, Presentazione , pp. La truffa dei violini , trad. Pedroni, O praesul magne. Liturgia delle ore in canto gregoriano ,Novara, Pro Manuscripto, Ricordi e rimpianti , pp. Il mondo poetico di Francesco Pennisi , pp. Paolo Peretti, Una ipotesi di studio e di ricerca sui frammenti pergamenacei neumatici marchigiani: New York, Schirmer Books, Ellen Hargis, The solo voice in the Renaissance , pp. Revived by Ralph M. Unger as Butti Neon Ombrato, using Giulio di Milano's Neon from Juliet , done with Aldo Novarese. Well, he did the first sketches, and Aldo Novarese finished the font in During his studies in Venice, Italy, Alessandro Caminiti b.

His research interests are focused on typographic history, type design and lettering, and information design. He created Mignonne , aka Mirabelle , which was especially designed for small text setting under modern printing conditions. He also did the condensed Offbeat , T, with Marco Tancredi. Speaker at ATypI in Amsterdam: Nebiolo's last effort to produce a 'universal' typeface.

Organizer of ATypI in Montreal. Speaker at ATypI in Antwerp. Milan, Italy-based designer of the free wavy font Liquido Cagliari, Italy-based designer of the masculine octagonal typeface Qatsi and the wedgy sans typeface Mezzana Mezzana is a free font inspired by Corrado Mezzana , an italian artist who designed stamps and award notices in the s, s and s. Milan-based designer of the display sans titling typeface Destiny , together with Nivi Jasa.

Rome-based designer of the modular typeface Console Sans and of Icon Font Italian architect and graphic designer, b. He obtained a degree with a thesis on Neue Tipografie and is studying towards a PhD at the University of Palermo Italy where he studies countemporary type design, in collaboration with the Department of Typography of the University of Reading. Speaker at ATypI in Brighton: New professional identity of type designer. Son of Statement and Statement are heavy block fonts. Born in in Northern Italy , he is a columnist for the Italian web design portal html.

Creator aka Vic of the iFontMaker font Schizofrenia , scratchy hand-printed face. During his Masters studies at Politecnico di Milano, he spent a year in Berlin where he designed the blackletterish typeface The Raven in a course taught by Luc as de Groot at Fachhochschule Potsdam. Earlier, in , he created the condensed octagonal typeface Fiat that is based on Fiat's logo. Fiat was a school project completed with Cecilia Negri and Virginia Nardelli. Italian designer of the hand-crafted typeface Brizel Italian designers of the sans typeface with diagonal endings called Lino as part of their thesis in The design was based on an early 's type from the Milanese foundry Urania, which was later acquired by Nebiolo.

Alessandro Segalini [Izmir University of Economics]. Creative Italian designer who managed to draw letters with water She currently lives and works in the UK. For her graduation program, she created the typeface family Prakashan for Odia Oriya and Latin. The Latin comes in a low-contrast Light and a quite striking and lively high-contrast Black. Prakashan won an award at Granshan Other typefaces by her include SMN a display typeface that is based on metal letters located in Florence's Santa Maria Novella train station and Xstitch a multi-layered typeface designed as part of the One Day Font project while studying at Central Saint Martins, London.

In , she created Rossella Hairline. Italian medical doctor with a PhD in neurology and neurophysiology. She currently works as a clinical neurophysiologist at Charing Cross Hospital in the UK and is also involved in academic research into the autonomic and peripheral nervous systems. Together with Bruno Maag she researches the physiological emotional impact of different type styles. As the master communicator of type design, Dalton Maag shows that nearly all dyslexia type research in the past was ignorant. There have been a number of fonts in recent years which claim to improve reading for people with dyslexia.

Many of these designs have a handwritten quality, similar to Comic Sans. Often, the designers of these fonts claim to understand what is required to design a dyslexic font, simply by virtue of being dyslexic themselves. There may be some design merit to these fonts but the claim that they are favourable to dyslexics is misleading, and shows a complete lack of understanding what dyslexia is.

The presentation will critique the designs that claim to be "the font for dyslexia", based on a scientific overview of dyslexia, and how dyslexia is dependent on language and other factors. It will also highlight the ignorance of design institutions that have awarded MAs and PhDs for fonts designed in the name of dyslexia.

The talk was forceful, entertaining and convincing, based on an analysis of various pathways in the brain. For one thing, opaque languages i. Italian and German are notr opque and thus fare better. Alessia also spoke at ATypI in Barcelona. Speaker at ATypI in Warsaw: Bruno Maag and Alessia Nicotra review a selection of studies published in regards to the emotional and functional qualities of typefaces since Poffenberger in The presentation investigates the methodologies employed and questions the results in the cultural and technological contexts of their time, and provide guidance as to their relevance today.

Web designer based in Rome. Creator of Pyconic , an icon font in PNG format with icons. He also has a free icon EPS and truetype font for weather icons called Meteocons Sofia , a clean sans is available upon request. Coldi is a free modular typeface. Arroz is a modular typeface constructed with ruler and compass. Torino, Italy-based creator of a poster typeface in Originally from Lazio, Italy, Alessio d'Ellena b. His graduation typeface at KABK in is the point text typeface Laica, which is characterized by tall-hat terminals on glyphs like the 4, the a and the t.

Like Trump's politics, Laica surprisesno glyph is what one would expect. He also designed the absolutely wonderful experimental typeface Morse Code in Creator of the free 6-style slab serif typeface Aleo Aleo is a contemporary typeface designed as the slab serif companion to the Lato font by Lukasz Dziedzic. Aleo has semi-rounded details and a sleek structure, giving it a strong personality while still keeping readability high.

It is also available from Open Font Library. In , he designed the commercial typefaces Lagu Sans and Lagu Serif , which feature large x-heights and open counterforms. Open Font Library link. Alessio Leonardi [BuyMyFonts or: Communication designer in Milan, Italy, who created the honeybee-themed typeface Picnic in Avezzano, Italy-based creator of the poster headline typeface family Linestoorb Italian creator of the experimental geometric typeface Covenant He has a Mac version.

The PC truetype version is here. Graphic designer in Rome, who created the display typeface Momo Saluzzo, Italy-based designer of the modular sci-fi typeface Interstellar , which was finished during his studies at IAAD in Torino. Creator of these typefaces in Graduate of the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. He worked in Lithuania with a group called Alfa60, and is now based in Turin.

Graphic designer in London, UK. While still in Milan in , she created a multilayered display face. In she designed an experimental multi-stroke type system called Designer Dreamthe strokes are fixed but one can chose from a selection of outlines. Calligraphic Griffo is her interpretation of the style of Francesco Griffo.

He also has an interest in Startrekkery because he designed the typefaces Transformers Movie and Star Trek Future Metropolis is an angular typeface based on the titling of Fritz Lang's movie Capolavoro. An American in Paris , or: Cleopatra is a chisel font with a Greek look, based on Cleopatra , the movie by Joseph L. Mankiewkz, starring Liz Taylor and Richard Burton.

The beautiful inline typeface Singapore after the titling in John Brahm's movie featuring Ava Gardner. Twilight New Moon is based on the Twilight movie. Electric Dreams is based on steve Barron's movie. Tintin is a comic book typeface based on Steven Spielberg's movie. Faelorehn is a vampire script.

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Typefaces made in Roberto Baldassari shows and discusses the fonts used in Space: Brescia, Italy-based designer of the free multiline labyrinthine typeface Daidalos Masters degree communication design student at Politecnico di Milano. Creator of the imaginary traffic and signage family Mantuarcade for the city of Mantova, which was inspired by its many arches.

This was a project led by Professor Braccaloni. A freelance artist and illustrator based in Palermo, Italy, and born in Russia, Anastasiia Macaluso created various hand-crafted typefaces in , including a mummy-themed font, a bloody font, a bubblegum font, a couple of crayon typefaces and watercolor and dry brush types. In , she started selling her work, such as the vampire script font Rodion, the crayon typeface Carbon Script, and a drop-dead gorgeous set of vector format snowflakes. Rome-based designer of various sets of icons Adventure, Stupid, Sugar and the monoline sans typeface Sweet Snow Italian designer at the graphic design studio Tipiblu in Milan.

His typefaces include Frusino , the official font of the county of Frosinone, near Lazio. Milan-based creator of the handmade experimental typeface Tracce Graphic designer in Milan, b. Creator of Bax 01 and the geometric typeface Tracce Turin-based creator of the hand-printed typeface Irreality Mark 01 , iFontMaker.

Andrea Cerboneschi [Monofonts or: Monocromo Creative Factory ]. Milan-based creator of typefaces such as Antigua Ferreteria , a heavy grotesk based on old railroad style lettering found on a hardware building Sevilla: Italian graphic designer and illustrator in Berlin, who created the shaded display typeface Pomodorino in for a restaurant identity.

One Have To Coma Again is an angular display sans typeface. Graphic designer in Vercelli, Italy, who created the multiline typeface Forty-Four and the deco typeface Parmigiano Reggiano Graphic designer in Rome, b. Creator of the modular octagonal typeface Italic Cormano, Italy-based designer of Palazzo Sans , an ink trap typeface created for the city of Mantova.


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Art director Milan who studied in Firenze, Italy. The Zetafonts team extended the original design to six styles and multilingual coverage. The ExtraBold is free. He was also part of the Zetafonts tean that developed Aquawax. In , he designed the sans titling family Font For Fighting. In , he designed the grunge typeface Fingermade.

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Graduate in Communication Design from Politecnico di Milano. His beautiful typeface Grypho is based on an italic by Francesco Griffo. Italian FontStructor who made Big Macca , a macho mechanical face. He created the ornamental alphabet called Maxicanito Nocive Font He also did Baboletor , a superposition of basic geometric shapes , and Busy In , he designed Xylophone an experimental 3d font and Siick Nocive.

Italian painter and engraver b. Vicenza or Padova, , d. The font Mantinia , Matthew Carter is named after him. Milan-based creator of the hexagonal typeface Slight , the thin experimental typeface Rim and the thin straight-edged Linea In he designed the alchemic typeface Alter. Information designer in Rome. Creator of the geometric typeface Tri Font Torino, Italy-based designer of the retro futuristic typeface Future Banco Creator of Elektrodisiac During his studies, Torino-based Andrea Prina designed the free mechanically-inspired typeface Mechano and the tweetware bubblegum typeface Chubby Graphic designer in Arezzo, Italy.

Creator of several experimental all caps typefaces in Graphic designer in Rome, who created the great hipster typeface Optika Sans Italian codesigner, with Giuseppe Salerno and Paco Gonzalez, of the chocolate box script typeface family Gianduja , Resistenza. Graphic designer in Pietrasanta, Italy, who heads Surface Studio. This humanist sans-serif typeface is part of the Beatrix family Beatrix Nova, etc.

Its capitals are directly derived from the stone carvings in Florence's Santa Croce Cathedral. Beatrix keeps a subtle lapidary swelling at the terminals suggesting a glyphic serif, similar to Hermann Zapf's treatment in Optima. In , Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini and Andrea Tartarelli co-designed the sans typeface family Kabrio , which gives users four different corner treatment options. It features a wedge serif design with nine weights from thin to heavy. Its wide counters and low x-height make it pleasant and readable at text sizes while the uncommon shapes make it strong and recognizable when used in display size.

Anaphora covers Latin, Greek and Cyrillic. Canovaro's Arista served as a basis for the style monolinear rounded sans typeface family Aristotelica by Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini and Andrea Tartarelli. Radcliffe has Text and Casual subfamilies. See also Radcliffe at MyFonts. Codec by Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini, Francesco Canovaro and Andrea Tartarelli is a geometric sans typeface family in which all terminal cuts are horiontal or vertical.

In , Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini and Andrea Tartarelli co-designed the sharp wedge serif typeface Blacker to pay homage to the s. It was conceived as a contemporary alternative to modernist super-families like Univers or Helvetica. In , Cosimo Lorenzo Pancini and Andrea Tartarelli designed Holden , a very Latin cursive sans typeface with pointed brush aesthetics and fluid rhythmic lines.

Extenda is a thin-to-wide grotesque advertisig or movie credir family with some of the DNA of Impact or Compacta.

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By Francesco Canovaro and Andrea Tartarelli. Andrea Unali Zone 13 Studio, Milan, Italy created a great-looking lettered poster to illustrate the s Andrea Zucca Livorno, Italy created the kitchen tile typeface Looz and the modular circle-based typeface Spikkio Graphic designer in Maiori, Italy, who created the thin script typeface Calpa Angelica Baini was born in Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy in Creator of the alchemic typeface Marina In , she designed the retro diner signage font Nighthawk Script.

You Work For Them link. Graphic designer in Rome. Creator of the Peignotian typeface Clavecin Capital Serif Florence-based Anna Bulycheva designed Deconstruction in for a school project. She took inspiration from Mondrian's paintings. For another school project she created the doctor's handwriting typeface Lefty Milan-based designer of Mantua , a sans and serif pair of typefaces and Odita , a geometric art deco news and fashion magazine made for a university project at Politecnico di Milano. Comment by Guy Schockaert: Antoine Augereau paiera pour elle.

Creator of a commissioned typeface, Uni Type for the annual report of Unicancer. For his typefaces, see Nuovo saggio di caratteri e vignette della tipografia di Annesio Nobili in Pesaro Pesaro, Their interest in wood and old lead types in relatively unknown Italian print shops led to a wonderful wood type catalog started in , Catalogo Caratteri in Piombo e Legno.

That book covers these companies: The styles covered here represent the art nouveau era. The styles covered here are bastoni plural bastone: Egizi Antichi classical slab serifs. The styles covered here represent classical slab serifs, also called Egizio Egizi in plural. Egizi Moderni modern slab serifs. The styles covered here represent modern slab serifs: The styles covered here represent graziati antichi: The styles covered here represent decorative syles: The styles covered here are razionali sans styles, including art deco and Futura.

The styles covered here represent scripts: In the late s, blackletter was replaced by a type style that mimicked handwriting. It was of uniform thickness, and thus appeared quite dark on paper. The humanist writing of Italian scholars of the Renaissance served as a model for what is now known as the Antiqua style. Several such types came out Nicolas Jenson's printing workshop set up by nicolas Jenson in That first antiqua typeface was used in De Evangelica Praeparatione in Jenson died in at the age of 60, but many would take up that style between and The Venice connection led quite naturally to the other name for the type style, Venetian.

Occasionally, the name old style is also used but that refers to a later style, the aldine or garalde. It is easy to recognize Venetian types, not just from the uniform thickness and semi-calligraphic look, but also by the small x-height, small counters, tall ascenders, overly wide HMN, sloped cross-bar on the "e", negative axis on the "o", and two roof serifs on the M. Martin Silvertant's history of type , from which the analytic image is borrowed. Padova-based calligrapher who produced some calligraphic alphabets, ca. See also his Book on lace with Sebastian Zanilla, also Basoli was born in Bologna, where he studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti, thereafter gradually making a name for himself as a specialist decorator and scene-painter.

Basoli did a great deal of scene-painting and production design for the Teatro Comunale in Bologna. Beginning in , he taught at the Accademia in Bologna where he had studied, and was appointed Professor of Ornament there. He published an ornamental architectural alphabet in Bologna in called Alfabeto Pittorico, ossia raccolta di pensieri pittorici composti di oggetti comincianti dalle singole lettere alfabetiche Pictorial Alphabet, or, a collection of pictorial thoughts composed of objects beginning with the individual letters of the alphabet.

Each letter in this fantastic lithographic alphabet features a surreal architectural form. Italian printer working in Rome from to Italian designer from Sassuolo, Modena b. After Reading, he started an internship and eventually worked as a full-time employee in the type group at Apple in Cupertino, CA. He left Apple in September and is now working on his own typefaces in Milano, Italy.

Speaker at Typecon in Milwaukee. His blog from Reading.


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Unger's Workshop at Reading. Milano-based designer who used the Ray-Ban logo to create a creamy connected typeface Margherita di Savoia, Italy-based graphic designer who created the squarish typeface Modular in Italian designer of the Linotype Gianotten family , named after Hen Gianotten , a Bodoni revival of sorts. He also designed logotype and a font for the city of Milan in , called Cita or Area? In , he designed an elliptical monoline sans typeface. See also Columbia University's site.

Late fifteenth century Italian renaissance era calligrapher who was based in Florence, and who was famous for his florentine style of antiqua and cancellaresca. Italian type designer, b. In , he joined Lubalin Smith Carnase Inc. He ran his own studio, Tony DiSpigna Inc. Venice-based foundry headed by Antonio Zatta, Their work can be found in Caratteri e vignette, o sieno, Fregi della nuova fonderia di Antonio Zatta e Figli tipografi, calcografi, e libraj veneti A. Born in Rome in , Arcangelo created the simple hand-printed typeface Arcangelo's Words Archivio Tipografico is a letterpress printshop in Torino, Italy, which also has a collection of metal typefaces, letterpress machines and type specimens and catalogues.

Based in Rome, Arianna Valentini designed the sans typeface Duncombe She took as a model the nscriptions on Charles Duncombe's grave in the Testaccio cemetery in Rome, dating back to Italian designer of the free font Ariel Insular Augustine's De Civitate Dei. In , they set up a press in the De Massimi palace in Rome, from where they published 50 more books.

Revivals of their typefaces, blends between humanist and blackletter, include the Subiaco font done by Ashendene Press in , and the scanfont Pannartz Latin by GLC. Nicholas Fabian on Pannartz. An Italian graphic designer in Paris, b. Creator of Arnold , outline face. This book surveys the Italian writing-manuals, Studio in Turin, Italy. Creators of an extremely contrasted didone face, called Cinema Calligraphy association located in Milan. Graphic designer who is originally from Cyprus.

Brescia, Italy-based designer of the free squarish typeface Efesto A decorative modular typeface family by Aurora Biancardi. A decorative caps typeface by Aurora Biancardi. Visual artist in Rome who created the display typeface Alpha in Graphic designer in Milan. Italian designer of the hand-printed typeface Another Sunday Bartolomeo Sanvito was a scribe from Padua, Italy, who was trained in Rome.

A master of the humanist italic script, his style is characterized by wquare capital letters alternating colored and gold. Books on Sanvito include Bartolomeo Sanvito: Association internationala de Bibliophilie, and The Script of Humanism: Oxford University Press, Many digital typefaces were modeled or named after Sanvito. Sanvito , a multiple master font by Robert Slimbach at Adobe. Brescia, Italy-based designer of the techno typeface Network She moved to Berlin in early She became MyFonts' principal illustrator and portrayed dozens of type designers.

Teddings was fontified by Andreas Seidel and Minjoo Ham. Graphic designer in Bologna, Italy, who designed the decorative caps typeface Creative London, UK-based designer of the floriated caps typeface Naturale , which was created during a course taught by the Riccardo Olocco at the University of Bolzano, Italy. Graphic designer in Brescia, Italy. She created an expressive typographic portrait of Beethoven in Belle Lettere is the hub for calligraphy in Italy.

Savio Bellini Bellini Studio, Capua, Italy designed the free monoline sans typeface Inprimis and the informal typeface Sgriffo In , he designed the semi-stencil typeface Omologo and the ampersand typeface Etaday. Terni, Italy-based creator the monospaced alchemic typeface Chroma Sergio Lelli designed the Mozart italic and StravinskijCondensed sans serif families.

Based in Bologna, Italy. Italian creator of the techno typeface Pronto , which was designed while he was studying at the Politecnico in Milan. Writing Master at the University of Siena, Italy, ca. The only known surviving exemplars of his writing are twenty vellum leaves bound in a manuscript copybook, dated 4 February , dedicated to Edward Raleigh, an Englishman Signor Odoardo Ralyg Gentilhuomo.

Handwriting instructions by James Pickering based on Cataneo's work. Biagio Di Stefano Salerno, Italy designed the organic circle-based sans typeface family Negg in and the hand-crafted typeface Diabolik in Gorizia, Italy-based designer of Furious , a typeface based on the handwritten book Orlando Furioso by Ludovico Ariosto. The first volume appeared in About 64 Euros per year subscription. Italian designer of the primitive hand-printed typeface BKappa Anatole Type Foundry [Elena Albertoni].

La Letteria is located in Berlin. In , Elena cofounded LetterinBerlin, a studio dedicated to handmade and digital design, with a special focus on lettering and type-design. The connected script typeface Dolce , which won an award at the TDC2 type competition. A connected feminine script.

Scritta connected calligraphic script. Followed by Scritta Nuova A Gregorian chant font that won an award at TDC2 Deja Rip and Deja Web An eight-style sans family of great utility, co-designed with Fred Bordfeld; Cyrillic included. An all-purpose type family. A connected display script along the lines of Mistral. A sans design based on French and UK lettering found on posters for travel by ship. The plump and curvy script typeface Molle , Google Web Fonts. Kiez , The Blackmoon Foundry. A wide sans with low contrast and medium-to-tall ascenders. An almost monoline sans inspired by enamel signs from the s.

Graphic and type designer in Milan. Italian graphic designer, b. He lived and worked in Milan from until his death. Noorda attended the Instituut voor Kunstnijverheidsonderwijs now the Gerrit Rietveld Academie , graduating in He moved to Milan in In Italy, Noorda gained fame for his design in the late s and early s for posters and advertisements for Pirelli where he also served as art director. The typeface used for the Milan metro was called Noorda. Noorda is a modification or optimization of Helvetica.

Several other subway systems later used his typeface, including the entire New York City subway system in the s, as well as other subway signage projects for Noorda in Sao Paulo, Naples and the regional train network in Lombardy. In , Noorda and fellow Milan-based designer Massimo Vignelli were among the seven founders of Unimark International, an American design firm with offices around the world, including Chicago and Milan.

From to he was a professor of visual communication at Politecnico di Milano. Dave Farey's great essay on the history and implementations of Bodoni. All Bodoni typefaces published today have genetic material from Giambattista Bodoni's original. Below are various implementations: Middleton, s, for the American Ludlow foundry. See his Bodoni Campanile, sold by Bitstream as Modern URW offers Black and Stencil weights. Bauer Bodoni Heinrich Jost, Dave Farey argues for its delicacy but still calls it a bastard. Related to the ATF version.

Designed in a two-year period by Gerd Wiescher, this is the first Bodoni version that tried to stick closely to Bodoni's original drawings. Farey complains that the italics are not tilted enough though. These come in 6, 12 and 72 point ranges and form an extensive extremely useful family.

Versions sold by URW and Linotype. Bodoni Classico , designed by Franko Luin at Omnibus. Clearly, for display only. Created by Antonio Pace in , this typeface is said to go back directly to the Bodoni Museum in Parma. Many say that they are closer to Bodoni than to Didot--just look at the question mark, but Porchez based his work on late style Didot's published around BohFonts [Giuseppe de Cesare]. He created the informal typeface Zarina Sans for use as a text face. The design elements are quite interesting, with carefully chosen and different angles for increased legibility.

Their work can be found in Campione dei caratteri, fregi e vignette della fonderia tipografica dei fratelli Boyer e c. Dai torchj di Gregorio Chiari e figlj, Italian designer of Yagiza , techno face , which can be downloaded here. So he was studying composition with the renowned Italian composer and teacher Franco Donatoni, which, in particular, was a teacher of modern Finnish composer and conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen. As a result, he received higher education in music — composition class, and piano class. Sandro Gorli also conducts research in the field of phonology and coopera Canal scene in late 19th Century Chioggia, by Gustav Bauernfeind.

Clodia is a coastal town and comune of the Metropolitan City of Venice in the Veneto region of northern Italy. The population of the comune is around 50,, with the town proper accounting for about half of that and Sottomarina for most of the rest. History Chioggia and Sottomarina were not prominent in antiquity, although they are first mentioned in Pliny[3] as the fossa Clodia.

Local legend attributes this name to its founding by a Cl Webern's music was among the most radical of its milieu, both in its concision and in its rigorous and resolute apprehension of twelve-tone technique. His innovations in schematic organization of pitch, rhythm, register, timbre, dynamics, articulation, and melodi The orchestra refers to itself as La Verdi colloquially. The orchestra's primary residence is the Auditorium di Milano Fondazione Cariplo. History Vladimir Delman founded the orchestra in as an independent, self-governing organisation. In , a choir affiliated with the orchestra was established, the Coro Sinfonico Giuseppe Verdi di Milano.

The orchestra has toured throughout Italy, such as in the autumn of In the Orches She studied piano under the Montessori system of music and received a diploma in for teaching and worked with youth and disabled children while developing an interest in composition. Between and , she also studied electronic music and wrote a number of electronic pieces. She received a Guggenheim Fellowship in and lived for several years in Paris and Cologne. Carla Maffioletti born c. Born in Brazil, Maffioletti shares both Italian and Brazilian nationalities.

At the age of 15 Maffioletti was already touring throughout Brazil and South America with the pioneering guitar ensemble Camerata Consort during a period of 7 years. From to she studied Opera and Lied repertoire with Mya Besselink at the Maastricht Conservatorium in the Netherlands, where she has lived since then.

Paolo Renosto 10 October — 10 February was an Italian composer, conductor and pianist. Born in Florence, Renosto formed at the conservatory of his hometown, where he studied piano and composition. Claudio Ambrosini born 9 April is an Italian composer and conductor. Afterwards, he studied electronic music with Alvise Vidolin at the Venice Conservatory from to He was influenced in his compositions by his encounters with Bruno Maderna and Luigi Nono. He won the Prix de Rome in He has worked for the Centro per la Sonologia Computazionale in Padova since He is professor with the department of Information Engineering of the Univers Yves Prin born 3 June is a French composer and conductor of classical music.

Life Prin was born on 3 June in Sainte-Savine. He started his career as a pianist, but upon meeting Bruno Maderna assistant at the Mozarteum, Salzburg from to , decided to turn towards conducting. This association with the Italian maestro was the reason for his final decision to dedicate his work mostly to contemporary music.

Prin was subsequently guest conductor of the orchestras of the Residentie The Hague and of Haarlem in the Netherlands — , then music director of the Orchestre Philharmonique des Pays de la Loire — , of the Atelier Lyrique du Rhin — and of the Nouvel Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France — He worked at Ircam of Pierre Boulez in Paris for the composer's cursus in Giuseppe Sinopoli Giuseppe Sinopoli Italian pronunciation: He also obtained a degree in medicine from the University of Padua, and completed a dissertation on criminal anthropology.

He moved to San Lorenzo de El Escorial when he was 16 years, where he began his education with the musicologist Samuel Rubio. After completing the training he received a Higher Diploma from the Academy and returned to Spain. His professional career began in Madrid with the premier at the Ateneo Auditorium of his work 'Impro The New Venice School is a movement in contemporary music in Venice from the s to the present, made up of composers directly influenced from teachings at the Venice Conservatory Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello of the distinguished composer and pedagogue Baron Ernesto Rubin de Cervin Albrizzi born , who studied under Luigi Dallapiccola in Florence and Goffredo Petrassi in Rome.

His many students include the composer and conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli — ; the composer and teacher Marino Baratello born ; the composer Claudio Ambrosini born ; and the Amsterdam-based, English composer Geoffrey King born Although not directly influenced by the legacy of Rubin de Cervin and the above-listed lineage, other Venetian composers were influential in the development of new music in Venice, namely Bruno Maderna — and Luigi Nono — Style There is no specific musical style that characterizes the music of the New Venice movement: Frank Beermann born 13 March is a German conductor.

He was Generalmusikdirektor GMD at the Chemnitz Opera for several years, and has worked freelance at international opera houses from He has conducted premieres and recordings of rarely performed operas and orchestral works. Career Beermann was born in Hagen, Westphalia, Germany. At the Chemnitz Opera, Beermann conducted several rarely performed works. Zagrosek was chief conductor of the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra from to Between and , he conducted regularly at the Leipzig Opera.

In , he became principal guest conductor of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie. Anestis Logothetis 27 October —6 January was a Greek avant-garde composer, noted both for his musical works and his invention of his own graphic notation system. Biography He was born in Burgas, Bulgaria, of Greek parents, and moved with his family to Thessaloniki in After graduating from the German School of Thessaloniki, he left Greece in in order to study engineering at Vienna Polytechnic Institute. However, his interests soon turned to music, and he began studying composition at the Vienna Academy of Music, graduating with distinction in He received several scholarships to study composition in Rome, and took part in international seminars on modern music in Darmstadt, where he became influenced by modern composers such as John Cage, Earle Brown, and Bruno Maderna.

Initially he wrote a number of works using conventional musical notation and different comb Dartington Hall Dartington Hall in Dartington, near Totnes, Devon, England, is a country estate that is the headquarters of the Dartington Hall Trust, a charity specialising in the arts, social justice and sustainability. In addition to developing and promoting arts and educational programmes, the Trust hosts other groups and acts as a venue for retreats. The hall itself is a Grade I listed building.

Gules, a saltire vair between twelve billets or The Dartington Hall Trust is based on a 1, acres 4. After John was beheaded, the Crown owned the estate Contemporary classical music can be understood as belonging to the period that started in the mids to early s, which includes modernist, postmodern, neoromantic, and pluralist music.

The post forms of this music[4] including post-modern music, Spectral music, post-minimalism, sound art, etc. History Background At the beginning of the twentieth century, composers of classical music were experimenting with an increasingly dissonant pitch language, which sometimes yielded atonal pieces.

Following World War I, as a backlash against what they saw as the increasingly exaggerated gestures an Gabriello Chiabrera, the librettist Orfeo dolente Orpheus inconsolable is an opera by Domenico Belli to a libretto by Gabriello Chiabrera, an example of "representative style" of the early Baroque era. The work is divided into five interludes which were performed for the first time as intermedi in a performance of Torquato Tasso's play Aminta at the Palazzo della Gherardesca in Florence in Belli's work is regarded as one of the best examples of recitar cantando acting while singing , a concept that had developed in the late 16th century.

However, by virtue of his music in Orfeo dolente, he came to be seen as a "researcher of passions through music". In this work he tried different musical methods to express passions in adherence to the ne This is part of a list of students of music, organized by teacher.

Polyphonie X is a composition by Pierre Boulez for eighteen instruments divided into seven groups, written in — It is in three movements. It is one of the first works of Boulez's total serial period. It was composed shortly after "Structure 1a", the opening of the piano duo Structures I Heyworth , p. The title is often misinterpreted as having algebraic significance; in fact, the X is intended as a purely graphical symbol, implying the crossing of musical parameters which takes place in the score Jameux , p.

Polyphonie X has only been performed twice, and only once in its entirety; after hearing a record Pierre Boulez in A list of works by the French composer Pierre Boulez. Nocturne for piano —45 , unpublished. Trois Psalmodies for piano ; unpublished, withdrawn. Douze Notations for piano Quatuor pour quatre ondes Martenot Quartet for four ondes Martenot —46 , unpublished.

Onze Notations ; arrangement for chamber ensemble of eleven of the Douze notations, unpublished. Sonatine for flute et piano ; revised Le Visage nuptial for soprano, mezzo-soprano, chorus and orchestra ; revised ; revised —89 Symphonie concertante for piano and orchestra ; lost Piano Sonata No. Atli Heimir Sveinsson born is an Icelandic composer. He also took private lessons with Gottfried Michael Koenig. In he went to the Netherlands and studied electronic music with Gottfried Michael Koenig in Bilthoven. Bruno Maderna topic Bruno Maderna in April Member feedback about Bruno Maderna: Twelve-tone and serial composers Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

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