Silvia Rosani

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Political Perspective, e-journal of the University of Manchester

                   «Rosani's paper not only traces the influence of politics on the compositional process over the nineteenth and twentieth realizes this relationship in her own compositions. She describes her compositions about the Italian politics of immigration and corruption, along with their relationship to illegal organizations, as an “aesthetic of resistance”. This profoundly innovative paper reveals how Rosani experiments with elements such as choruses, stage action, rhythm, pitch, resonances, and spectral analysis and performance spaces in order to “mirror” the political content of a text. However, what she argues is that whilst her compositions are inspired by texts for instance by Roberto Saviano or Cesare Pavese that, “the written word becomes sound an audible metaphor of the unheard, giving voice to those who can no longer speak or never did”. In this sense she not only challenges who can speak but what counts as speaking.»
by Emmy Eklundh and Rachel Massey

"Resistance music finds new shapes", 2013, vol.7, issue 2
 www.politicalperspectives.org.uk/2013/08/2013-volume-7-issue-1-2/


Music scores: T-O and Die Elbe, published by The Last Books (March, 2017)


Contribution to the first online yearbook Schlossghost 1 of Akademie Schloss Solitude (September, 2016)
Nonhuman Political Voices, available at
www.schloss-post.com/person/silvia-rosani/


'Who is there?', paper accepted for the International Conference Essence and Context: a Conference between Music and Philosophy (Sept 2016)

'What does the fox sound like?', paper under consideration for publication - Conference, Bestiarium: Rappresentazioni dell'umano e dell'animale (May, 2017)