(Video  – 2009)

Bosetti and his collaborators recorded people throughout Chicago singing along to renaissance madrigals by the Neapolitan composer Gesualdo da Venosa. The resulting recordings has been transformed into a polyphonic electro-acoustic performance that superimposes languages and histories.

Part of the “Gesualdo Translations/The Chicago Version” project of Alessandro Bosetti in collaboration with students from the Sound Department at the School of the Art Institute

Thanks to Lou Mallozzi.

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