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The Nuclear Observatory Of Mr. Nanof

by Piero Milesi

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Limited Vinyl LP (500 copies)

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Presented by Mitsuko & Svetlana Records, distributed by WRWTFWW Records.

Artist: Piero Milesi
Title: The Nuclear Observatory Of Mr. Nanof
Label logo by Shintaro Kago

Genre: synth, library, neoclassical, ambient, meditative, sci-fi, soundtrack, melodic, medieval, leftfield

Music for films, videos, and fireworks.

Archival reissue of the ethereal wonder from Italian architect / music installation & soundtrack master. A lush adventure of mediative synth and melodic scores for lyricon and small chamber ensemble.

Highly recommended to astronautic mineral engineers of the mental system.

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Track 1, 4 & 7 from the film "The Nuclear Observatory Of Mr. Nanof" (L'Osservatorio Nucleare Del Sig. Nanof), produced by Studio Azzurro (1985), directed by Paolo Rosa. Recorded at Capannone Studio, Vimodrone. Soundtrack produced by Grazia Fava and Studio Azzurro.

Track 2, 3, 5, 6 & 8 from the film "The Oversize House" (La Casa Fuori Misura), produced and directed by Giulia Ciniselli (1985). Recorded and mixed at Cinemusic Studios, Milan.

Track 9, 10 & 12 from "King's Night" (La Notte Dei Re), project for Epiphany 1986, by Sisto Dalla Palma.

Track 11 from the video "The Presence Of The City" (La Presenza Della Citta), directed by Gabriella Belotti, produced by The University For Architecture of Milan (1984). Recorded and mixed at J.S. Bach Studio, Milan.

Track 13 (digital only) from "Arte Degli Ambienti"-Pantelleria (1986), produced by Lo Spettacollo. Recorded at Sebino Studio, Milan.

Track 14 to 16 (digital only) from the film "La Variabile Felsen", produced by Studio Azzurro (1988), diected by Paolo Rosa. Recorded at Regson Studio, Milan.

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DIGITAL VERSION INCLUDES 4 BONUS TRACKS

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released July 12, 2019

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