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“Techstoryteller playing forgotten music “by Curt Hahn

Italian Radio Symphony Orchestra

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Artist Biography by Joseph Stevenson

The Italian Radio Symphony Orchestra (Orchestre Nazionale Sinfonica della RAI) descends from the original Italian radio symphony orchestra founded in Turin, and has become one of the world's leading broadcasting symphony orchestras.

Radio is an Italian invention. Guglielmo Marconi first demonstrated the ability to detect signals transmitted through the air just before the beginning of the twentieth century and very soon devised means to send telegraphic signals across the oceans. Lee DeForest's invention of the vacuum tube amplifier made it possible to transmit sounds by radio. From about 1920, experimental sound radio commenced in the major countries of the world.

http://www.allmusic.com/artist/rai-orchestra-turin-mn0002190302/biography

 

A: L’arlesiana  suite number 2 Arturo Basile conducting 2076 –a

B: Dance Del Mugnaio   Willy Ferrero Conducting mtt 2076-b 

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