Alberto Jacopucci Jacopucci
Alberto Jacopucci was born in Italy. He graduated in composition theory in new music, Darmstadter Ferienkursen für Neue Musik in theory of the composition, techniques of the tools to breathe, treatment of the tools to arc with David Alberman and organ with Wolfang Mitterer, clarinet with Ernesto Molinari, where he deepened technical clarinettistics of vanguard (especially the double bass clarinet), specializing himself on the phenomena that regulate the generation of the sounds, single and multiple, composing passages for alone clarinet and ensemble. To introduce Akademie fur Tonkunst for the Lectureses, Workshops, Foren, Performances, Diskussionen a Vortrage one passage of his for five groups mobile Bremsstrahlungs (Irradation of braked). The composition makes use of a particular way of writing that the author has developed departing from semantic ranges that space from the thin astrophysics to arrive to dwarf technologies. For this some help was used of the composer Roland Kayn who advised him to study the essays of Max Bense for the semiotica and of Abraham Moles for computer science and that of the Prof. Tito Tonietti the maximum Italian expert of the theory of the catastrophes, that also started his the studies of mathematics and physics. His music is performed by the greatest interpreters of contemporary music, namely: Guido Arbonelli, Corrado Colliard, Pascal Gallois, Maryvonne Le Dizes, Cristina Ledford, Jeffery Lyman, Simone Mancuso, Benny Sluchin, Manel Ribera, and in the most important international festivals of contemporarymusic: Berlin, Budapest, Cologne, Paris, Oslo, Warsaw, etc. One of his works for cello solo has been recently inserted in the international catalog for Cello Works for Matthias Lorenz. In 2006 on suggestion of the Nobel prize for chemistry Harold Kroto, he began a vast work for big orchestra, based on the structure of the fullerene (carbon molecule C60).