Ricardo Sinigaglia ADN tapes #14

ADN14 front

ADN14 info

ADN14 k7

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Sinigaglia 01

Exquisite ambient synthesizer electroacoustic music, published 1985, using soothing sounds a la Musci & Venosta or Brian Eno’s Thursday Afternoon. Riccardo Sinigaglia was born 1953. His discography include: 1985 ‘Riflessi Sensibili’ and 1989 ‘Correnti Magnetiche’, both on ADN. Correnti Magnetiche (1985-1996) was also the name of a studio and band he founded in Milan with Mario Canali in 1985, and including people like Flavia Alman and Sabine Riffe. A founding member of italian ambient project The Doubling Riders along synth players Pier Luigi Andreoni and Francesco Paladino, with several LPs on ADN. Worked with Piero Milesi. Founding member of R(and)OM Memories in 1985 with Christina Kubisch and Roberto Laneri. Took part in roman pop band Tiromancino’s CD ‘La descrizione di un attimo’ in 2000, along Frankie Hi-NRG and Daniele Silvestri. Featured in several compilation discs as well.

The colour photos are from my edition of the ‘Watertube/Ringspiel’ k7, but the mp3s I’m offering come from R Sinigaglia’s own website, sound quality being superior. It’s a remixed version as well with some parts enhanced in the mix – like the kind of music box at the end of ‘Ringspiel’. Note the online ‘Watertube’ is 6:00 longer than the k7 version. He probably had to shrink it to 15mns for the 30mns tape release. Hence,

01 Watertube 21;30
02 Ringspiel 15:36
ADN tapes #14, 1985 (re 1984)

Download .rar file c/w hi res scans of cover.

Correntiche Magnetiche
Above: Correnti Magnetiche ca 1985
(incl. Gabin Dabiré-balafon, Maurizio Deho-violin, Tommaso Leddi,
Mario Canali)

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R Sinigaglia myspace page


3 Responses to “Ricardo Sinigaglia ADN tapes #14”

  1. 1 p. somniferum November 21, 2007 at 4:29 pm

    Hi Tony

    Thanks for this. Glad to be aboard.

  2. 2 continuo November 21, 2007 at 5:28 pm

    Thanks for visiting!
    P. Somniferum runs ‘PT: The Aqua Dots of the Blogosphere’ blog:
    If you’ve ever wondered what New Zealand electronic project OMIT sounds like, this might be a good place to start. So many obscure OMIT cassettes are being posted over there, you’d swear P. Somniferum is none other than Clinton Williams himself, the man behind OMIT. Just a guess. . .

  3. 3 anon November 24, 2007 at 3:45 am

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