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Maria Teresa Luciani

Situazioni del Terzo Mondo (Coloured LP)
** Edition of 100 Colored LP ** The world of Italian Library music surprises us again with an extremely evocative record. Released in 1972 with the name of Maria Teresa Luciani but really produced and composed by her brother Maestro Antonino Riccardo Luciani, Situazioni del Terzo Mondo ranks among the most important abstract soundscape records. Spontaneous tribalisms tainted with concrete sounds support the looming psychedelic vein, with different solutions from track to track.
Coloured LP | €26.90
Situazioni del Terzo Mondo (Black LP)
** Edition of 300 ** The world of Italian Library music surprises us again with an extremely evocative record. Released in 1972 with the name of Maria Teresa Luciani but really produced and composed by her brother Maestro Antonino Riccardo Luciani, Situazioni del Terzo Mondo ranks among the most important abstract soundscape records. Spontaneous tribalisms tainted with concrete sounds support the looming psychedelic vein, with different solutions from track to track.
LP | €22.90
Barocco 2000 (LP)
**Very rare original 1972 LP** few copies of this original library album, issued by Maria Teresa Luciani. To quote Finderskeepers that a few years ago reissued her 'Sounds of the City' "Pre-digital, indefinable and genuinely unbelievable. But who is Maria Teresa Luciani? On hearing this record, respected collectors and enthusiasts have suggested "the female answer to Basil Kirchin", or "the Italian Daphne Oram", both with justified cause. Mystery, myth, legend, teacher, artist, inventor, author,…
LP | €90.00
Sounds of the City
Finders Keepers present a reissue of Maria Teresa Luciani's Sounds Of The City, originally released under the Italian name Suoni Di Una Città in 1972. Welcome to the parallel musical universe of Miss Maria Teresa Luciani, a landscape of sonic architecture and theoretical composition constructed by a family of engineers that reinvented the wheel before the vehicle even began the journey. Imagine, if you will, the musical equivalent of Peter Cook's Archigram group or the soundtrack to Charles …
LP | €19.90
Free Jazz
Originally pressed in 1972 in Italy by Le Monde (a label which has in its catalog only 6 titles released in few copies for Radio and TV) is an insanely rare Library Music masterpiece. Absolute the hottest, weirdest, psych-jazz album of the era. Maria Teresa Luciani is the sister of Maestro Riccardo A. Luciani. The only known members of the session is the great Gino Marinacci on flute, here on his most obscure recording session, and Riccardo A. Luciani on all piano, fender rhodes and treated keyb…
LP | €23.90
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