Elio Martusciello

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Elio Martusciello
Elio chitarra.jpg
Background information
Birth name Elio Martusciello
Born (1959-11-23) November 23, 1959 (age 54)
Naples, Italy
Genres Experimental,
Free improvisation
Instruments Computer, guitar
Years active 1978s – present
Website myspace.com/eliomartusciello

Elio Martusciello (born 23 November 1959, Naples, Italy) is an Italian experimental music composer and performer, principally on guitar and computer. He has studied photography with Mimmo Jodice and visual art with Carlo Alfano, Armando De Stefano and Rosa Panaro. He is a self-taught musician/composer and teaches "electronic music" at Conservatory of Music, Cagliari, Italy. His compositional aesthetics are derived from acousmatic issues, but in addition to acousmatic composition he composes for instruments and live electronics, sound installation, multi-media works, audiovisual art and computer music improvisation. He currently lives in Rome, Italy.

Main collaborations[edit]

He has worked with improvising musicians such as Ana-Maria Avram, Natasha Barrett, Eugene Chadbourne, Alvin Curran, Chris Cutler, Iancu Dumitrescu, Michel Godard, Tim Hodgkinson, Thomas Lehn, Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris, Jerome Noetinger, Tony Oxley, Roberto Paci Dalo, Evan Parker, Giancarlo Schiaffini, Mario Schiano, Z'EV, and others.

Ossatura, Berlin 2003.

Bands[edit]

Ossatura
with Fabrizio Spera and Luca Venitucci
Schismophonia
with Mike Cooper
Taxonomy
with Graziano Lella and Roberto Fega
Bindou ensemble
with Ana-Maria Avram, Chris Cutler, Rhodri Davies, Iancu Dumitrescu and Tim Hodgkinson
Le pecore di Dante
with Tim Hodgkinson
DA
with Paganmuzak
Xubuxue
with Pietro D'Agostino, Marco Ariano and Gianfranco Tedeschi

Selected Discography and videography[edit]

E. e M. Martusciello: meta-harmonies (Staalplaat, 1995)
Ossatura: dentro (Recommended Records, 1998)
Ossatura: verso (Recommended Records, 2002)
Aesthetics of the machine (bowindo, 2003)
Unoccupied areas (Recommended Records, 2005)
Taxonomy: A Global Taxonomycal Machine (Ambiances Magnétiques, 2005)
Taxonomy: 10 Taxonomical Movements (Ambiances Magnétiques, 2008)
To extend the visibility (Recommended Records, 2009)
Concrete songs (TiConZero, 2011)

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