Luigi Russolo

Luigi Russolo

Luigi Russolo was an Italian painter and composer known for his association with the futurist movement. His visual style can be described as vibrant, dynamic, and abstract. Russolo is most famous for his manifesto titled 'The Art of Noises' published in 1913, which advocated for the inclusion of noise and industrial sounds in music. This manifesto and his subsequent invention of the intonarumori, a family of noise-generating instruments, revolutionized the field of music and laid the foundation for the development of electronic music.

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SOMETHING in the style of Luigi Russolo

See also

FuturismUmberto BoccioniGiacomo BallaCarlo CarràFrancesco Pratella