Live electronics in Luciano Berio’s Music
F. Giomi, D. Meacci and K. Schwoon
Computer Music Journal 27 (2), 2003 MIT Press - pp. 30-46.
Luciano Berio has made significant contributions to the development of electronic music, from the Studio di Fonologia Musicale of the RAI in Milan, to IRCAM in Paris, to the Italian centre Tempo Reale, founded in Florence in 1987 with the objective of creating a structure in which to investigate the possibilities of real-time interaction between live performance and programmed digital systems. Tempo Reale is today a center of musical production,
research, and education where many major Italian composers, in addition to Berio himself, create their works and where important works from the electroacoustic repertoire are performed. [...]