Roberto Musci | Tower Of Silence

Roberto Musci

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Improbably Musica

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Water Music

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Voices Of The Ancient

Blue Garden

When A Dolphin Saves A Baby

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Night Music

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Ghost Train

Kioko's Deck

Shadow Player

Empty Boulevard

The Ups & Downs Of Chewing Gum

A Tale For C

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Whilst studying guitar and saxophone in his hometown of Milan, Musci developed a deep fascination for non-western music and set out to travel across India, Asia and Africa, which he would do extensively between 1974-1985. During his many journeys, Roberto would become deeply embedded in each unique world of rhythms, scales and approaches to making and performing music. Throughout this period of travel, he would make many field recordings as well as collect and study many traditional and indigenous instruments that he would then later combine with synthesizers and electronics on his return to Italy.

Combining personal documents of music and sounds deeply connected to the history and cultures of those lands, with his own explorations and experiments with cutting-edge sound technology Roberto Musci would develop through his music a very unique and at times wholly mystical space, where ancient and modern would evolve into a new musical language.