Marco Lucchi


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I'm using these tools: micropiano Korg, Manetron (iPad app), iTampura (iPad app), Eko 11 (...) string acoustic guitar, electric violin (chinese), Orla analogic expander, Hohner wooden tenor recorder, Roland controller keyboard, a little (but just a little ..) detuned piano , Squier 3/4 electric guitar, melodica, Bubble Harp (iPad app), Eko (simil Ovation ..) acoustic guitar, Boss loop station , Behringher multi-fx, Olympus portable digital recorder, Phonic 10 inputs mixer, Audacity, Paulstretch, various players .. (that's all, folks, I think ..)

latest releases…le-big-sunset/…lden-october…october/13697411/:…ngle/id576424766
(iTunes, eMusic and other retailers too)
(Bandcamp and Emusic too)…presque-rien
(on Somehow Recordings too)…oad/12812027.html:…r/id444189519…/12644322.html…-fanfares…ter-natura/

previous releases
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i started to play music when i was a child, when i was 8 - i played drums, guitar and bass guitar in some "beat" groups (all my life was and is dedicated in making groups, as a musician or as a teacher...) - we played Rolling Stones, Beatles, Them, Yardbirds, Animals, Who - but i also listened to classical music - my mother played accordion and piano, and she was (still is) very fond of Chopin, my uncle played trombone - my father was (and still is) very fond of Beethoven and symphonic music - my brother was the pop one and he gave me music by Donovan, Vanilla Fudge, Steppenwolf, Electric Prunes - so i grew up (and still i am) between classical and pop music - when i was a teen i began to listen to prog rock, to art rock, to psycheledic rock, to kraut rock, to jazz rock, and started to study oboe in the local Conservatory - at the same time i started to play so many instruments (violin, cello, mandolin, recorders, flute, keyboards, ethnic devices) and formed two groups - both were acoustic - the first one was "à la" Incredible String Band - we were four (like them) - 2 boys, two girls (like them) - i composed the songs and the lyrics too - the second one "à la" Third Ear Band - we were three - i composed the songs - went on playing for a couple of years, and we made some college concerts - then we started to play electric, "à la" Amon Duul or Grateful Dead, it was a sort of raga-rock and we became six - i was still the main composer - after five years i stopped playing oboe in Conservatory and went to University, Musicology - started to study classical composers, from Mahler to modern ones, and minimalism and contemporary classical - started to make electroacoustic experiments with tapes and electronics too - and began to work as a music teacher in the secondary school - this was a very difficult moment - wanted to go further with playing and composing but wasn't able to find the right path - i even joined two renaissance music groups in which i played recorders and sang (...) - a very troubled period - but in 1986, when i i was thirty, the music i'm still playing and composing came to me - 't was a revelation, a mystic moment (some of this moment is in the iki) - 'm still in that mood and i'm 57 - called a friend, she played piano and sang, started to make some arrangements of that music - and then we were four, a sax-flute player and a singer added - we made some concerts in Italy - in 1989 i sent a song to a contest for Radio3 (the classical broadcast in Italy) and won - a musical magazine contacted me for a promotional release - and that was my first issue, it was 1991 and i was 35 - we became six, an harpist replaced the pianist, a percussionist and a bassoon player added - the same magazine promote me to a label and in 1992 i released my first cd for a swiss independent label - this issue gained me some good concerts, i even opened some Michael Nyman ones here in Italy - The Piano... 2/3 thousand peoples.... (brrrr) - in 1994 i founded a musical association, "Musiche Virtuali" - in 1995 the group collapsed (or was I?) and i began to play and to compose as a single, as a free-lance composer - my way of composing became more conceptual (i graduated in Philosophy too) focusing on multimedia projects - since 1995 i released some cd's for a couple of independent italian labels and made concerts - in 2004 formed a new group, called it O.E.S. (Orchestra Eclettica e Sincretista) - it is a very variable organic and now it is becoming an internet ensemble - in 2005 the net label webbed hand records began to release some works of mine - pathmusick, useirecords, niwosound, tht disques, somehow recordings, adx records, auraltone records, godhatesgodrecords, manyfeetunder and dataobscura added.

External Links


  1. GodHatesGodRecords
  2. Beinola
  3. Eija Temisevä
  4. Manuele Cecconello
  5. Penguin Cafe
  6. The Wire Magazine
  7. Sofia Koubli-Music/Sound Design
  8. Leandro Xhaltez
  9. riccardo massari spiritini
  10. Certo Productions
  11. Matteo Marchisano-Adamo
  12. Alison Doyle
  13. stereogum
  14. sonic pieces
  15. AXIAL
  16. marie.e.le.rose
  17. christina vantzou
  18. Experimedia

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