1. ONE SHORT WINTER - LOS ANGELES by Alessio Nanni

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    ONE SHORT WINTER - LOS ANGELES Music composed by © Alessio Nanni. All rights reserved - BMI Music Shot in Downtown, Los Angeles, april 2013.

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    • MORNING WAVE - LOS ANGELES

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      Morning Wave - Los Angeles is a short movie shot and produced by Alessio Nanni. 'Morning Wave' - Music composed by © Alessio Nanni 2014 All rights reserved. BMI Music.

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      • JUST ONE MINUTE

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        • ADAGIO BIANCO - Alessio Nanni

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          ADAGIO BIANCO for orchestra. Music composed and produced by Alessio Nanni at WHITE NOISE FACTORY Animation developing: Alessio Nanni at WNF Laboratory. www.alessionanni.com www.whitenoisefactory.com   © Alessio Nanni - All Right Reserved.

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          • ARGENTUM - The Official Trailer

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            In 1995, photographic master Guido Argentini was moved to coat a model in silver makeup. The shiny silver paint transformed the models: dancers, gymnasts and aerialists into metallic statues, into new beings that became almost liquid like under the studio lights. Evoking the luminous polished planes of the work of Brancusi and the verve of Degas’ ballet sketches, these photographs endow the human body with both the solidity of sculpture and the vivid energy of dance. Using geometrical props Guido Argentini created a contrast between the human body and the archetypal forms of geometry: triangles, circles and squares. The final result of many years of work is this book:Argentum A collection of more than 100 stunning photographs. Argentum is a book but is also a movie, a documentary that reveals The concepts that are behind the making of this book: Argentini’s esthetic of the human form and the skills of the athletes that posed for these photographs. “ARGENTUM” THE BOOK Available in Europe July 2013 Available in USA September 2013 “ARGENTUM” THE MOVIE Available in USA FALL 2013 Music composed and produced by © Alessio Nanni - All Rights Reserved ARGENTUM THE MOVIE is a WHITE NOISE FACTORY PRODUCTION All Rights Reserved. www.guidoargentini.com www.alessionanni.com www.whitenoisefactory.com

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            • RACHMANINOV Prelude op 32 n 5 - Alessio Nanni at Steinway Hall London

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              Italian pianist Alessio Nanni plays the Prelude in g major op 32 n 5 by Serge Rachmaninov. Video recorded at Steinway Hall London. November 8th 2012. Make sure your HD settings is ON. We suggest to wait until the video is fully downloaded before start watching. Please fullscreen it. Produced by © WHITE NOISE FACTORY Piano: Steinway & Sons, Concert Grand mod. D Special thanks to Maura Romano and Wiebke Greinus at Steinway Hall London. Special thanks to Giovanni Doria, Steinway Italy. © by Alessio Nanni -- All Rights Reserved

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              • La Città Degli Angeli [City of Angels]

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                La Città Degli Angeli [City of Angels] is a short movie realized in 2005 as a result of the collaboration between the Visual Artist Rodolfo Migliari and the composer Alessio Nanni. 'La Città Degli Angeli' is directly inspired by the book 'Tuiavii's Way' by Erich Scheurmann, edited on november 1st, 1997. Tuiavii, a Samoan chief, traveled to Europe at the turn of the 20th century and wrote a commentary condemning the very foundations of Western society. Today, at the dawn of the millenium, his words promise to cast a spell over a new generation of readers. By looking at ourselves through Tuiavii's eyes we are saddened by the loss of simplicity and humanity in our society. Yet each page, filled with Tuiavii's insight, brings us a step closer to the truth and, ultimately, to understanding ourselves. The original book title is actually 'Der Papalagi'. Palagi (pronounced paalangi - singular) or papaalagi (plural) is a term in Samoan culture of uncertain meaning, but sometimes used to describe foreigners or anything that does not 'belong' to Samoan culture. Papāalagi is a word in the Samoan language describing non-Samoans especially European westerners or Caucasians. In Samoa the term is used to describe 'foreigners' or anything that does not 'belong' to Samoa or Samoan culture. Credits: Direction, graphic, motion, visual editing by Rodolfo Migliari Original music, sound design, audio editing and mastering by Alessio Nanni - WNF Produced by © WHITE NOISE FACTORY - 2005 All Rights Reserved

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                • Franz Liszt - Ballade in b minor nr.2 - Alessio Nanni, piano

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                  The Steinway Artist Alessio Nanni plays the Ballade in b minor nr.2 by Franz Liszt. This piano work unquestionably represents the beauty of darkness in one of Liszt's most intriguing rendering ever. Unexplainably this Ballade is also one of his great neglected piano work ever. This piano work is based on a Byzantine myth, 'Hero and Leander', relating the story of Hero, a priestess of Aphrodite who dwelt in a tower in Sestos on the European side of the Dardanelles, and Leander, a young man from Abydos on the opposite side of the strait. Leander fell in love with Hero and would swim every night across the Hellespont to be with her. Hero would light a lamp at the top of her tower to guide his way. Succumbing to Leander's soft words, and to his argument that Aphrodite, as goddess of love, would scorn the worship of a virgin, Hero allowed him to make love to her. This routine lasted through the warm summer. But one stormy winter night, the waves tossed Leander in the sea and the breezes blew out Hero's light, and Leander lost his way, and was drowned. Hero threw herself from the tower in grief and died as well. Liszt's ending definitely is not a tragic one, though. There is certainly a storm at the end as the soaring waves of the Hellespont and the love duet commingle, but one way or another they make it out of the storm. __________________________________________________________ Recorded on may 1st 2011 at Passadori Steinway Hall - Brescia Produced in collaboration with passadoripianoforti.it. Video release date : 6/6/2011 IMPORTANT NOTICE: We suggest to wait until the video is fully downloaded before start watching. Switching from Flash Player to HTML5 player is strongly recommended in order to avoid any frame-drop. Please fullscreen it. Produced by © WHITE NOISE FACTORY Piano technician: Giulio Passadori Logistic supervisor: Flavio Gheruzzi Piano: Steinway & Sons, Concert Grand mod. D Recorded in super high definition: 96khz/24 bit technology. Special thanks to: Simona Passadori. © by Alessio Nanni - All Rights Reserved alessionanni.com

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                  • Chopin - Scherzo nr 1 in b minor - Alessio Nanni

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                    Alessio Nanni, italian classical pianist, performs the Scherzo in b minor op.20 nr.1 by Fryderyk Chopin. This first Scherzo takes A-B-A-Coda form and begins with two chords in fortissimo. At tremendous speed, a series of dramatic outbursts in the B minor tonic follows. Near the center of the piece, the music leads into a slower section in B major; finally one hears a tangible melody in the middle register, surrounded by accompaniment in both the left and upper right hands. Chopin clearly quotes in this section of the composition from an old Polish Christmas song (Lulajże Jezuniu); tempo is marked as Molto Piu Lento. The B major area dissolves as the harmony mysteriously changes character via secondary dominant. The two chords from the very start reappear, superimposed over vestiges of the middle section. Then the beginning presto repeats itself in the familiar minor tonic. The lead-in to the dramatic, virtuosic coda is similar to the approach toward the Molto Piu Lento, but slightly different (as it is with Chopin's Second and Third Scherzi also). This final section incorporates dizzying arpeggiated flights up and down almost the entire keyboard, suspended by a climactic series of nine ten-note chords (E# diminished seventh (with diminished third), augmented sixth chord in root position, secondary leading-tone chord of tonic B). After the resolution and a rapid chromatic ascent over four octaves in both hands, the coda and piece come to a triumphant end via a bold minor plagal cadence. __________________________________________________________ Recorded on december 8th 2010 at Passadori Steinway Hall - Brescia Produced in collaboration with www.passadoripianoforti.it. Video release date : 23/12/10 IMPORTANT NOTICE: We suggest to wait until the video is fully downloaded before start watching. Switching from Flash Player to HTML5 player is strongly recommended in order to avoid any frame-drop. Please fullscreen it. Produced by © WHITE NOISE FACTORY Piano: Steinway & Sons, Concert Grand mod. D Piano technician: Giulio Passadori Recorded in super high definition: 96khz/24 bit technology. Special thanks to: Giovanni Doria, Giulio and Angela Passadori, Simona Passadori, Flavio Gheruzzi. © by Alessio Nanni - All Rights Reserved www.alessionanni.com

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                    • Serge Rachmaninov - Prelude in b minor - Alessio Nanni

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                      Alessio Nanni, italian classical pianist, performs the Prelude in b minor op.32 nr.10 by Serge Rachmaninov. Recorded on november 26st 2010at ©WHITE NOISE FACTORY Laboratory Video release date: 13/12/10 IMPORTANT NOTICE: We suggest to wait until the video is fully downloaded before start watching. Switching from Flash Player to HTML5 player is strongly recomended in order to avoid any frame-drop in the faster visual section. Please fullscreen it. ________________________________ Produced by WHITE NOISE FACTORY Piano: Steinway & Sons, mod. B © by Alessio Nanni - All Rights Reserved alessionanni.com

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