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Sound Poem in six movements, recorded in Torino, 1976. Arrigo Lora-Totino (Torino, Italia, 1928) is a poet, a performer, a writer, an artist and a publisher. Both a major pioneer in European concrete and sound poetry and a key figure in Italian experimental poetry. Author of numerous essays on visual and sound poetry, Totino was a man of extreme inventiveness. He has developed the Idrornegafono, a rotating horn allowing a projection of the speaker's voice in a 360 degree circle; or the hydromegaphone used in a series of Liquid poems in which the voice is sounded through water.