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Enharmonic Notation for Intonarumori

Enharmonic Notation for Intonarumori, 1914, Luigi Russolo
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Enharmonic Notation for Intonarumori is a Futurist  artwork created by Luigi Russolo in 1914. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Music. SourceDownload

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Not content with inventing noise music and his fleet of new instruments, the Intonarumori, Luigi Russolo also developed new forms of musical notation. First published in the Lacerba magazine on March 1, 1914, this document is part of Russolo’s composition Risveglio di una Citta, ‘The Awakening of a City.'

Reed Enger, "Enharmonic Notation for Intonarumori," in Obelisk Art History, Published March 24, 2016; last modified May 19, 2021, http://arthistoryproject.com/artists/luigi-russolo/enharmonic-notation-for-intonarumori/.

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