In the archives of the musicologist and musician Luigi Rognoni, in Palermo University, René Leibowitz's letters and documents are recorded wich give evidence of their intellectual and amicable relationship, emblematic among the European intellectuals born at the beginning of 20th century. Between the documents there is an Italian translation made by Rognoni in 1963 of "Les Espagnol à Venise", a play by Georges Limbour, set to music by Leibowitz in the same year. Rognoni and Leibowitz tried many times to see their work performed at "La Scala" in Milan, and from the papers an interesting description of a cultural climate that they live with a particular involvement emerges.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Italia/Francia. Musica e cultura nella seconda metà del XX secolo|
|Numero di pagine||25|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2009|