Carlo Domeniconi

Opus 71a Sunayama Henge by Carlo Domeniconi

Opus 71a Sunayama Henge by Carlo Domeniconi (born 1947) Domeniconi possibly is most well known for his 1985 piece Koyunbaba. The name is actually Turkish and literally translates as “sheep-father” (koyun-baba), or “shepherd”, some sources also translate it to “the spirit of the sheep”, but also refers to many other things, including a 13th century …

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Koyunbaba IV presto by Carlo Domeniconi

Koyunbaba IV presto by Carlo Domeniconi (born 1947) Domeniconi possibly is most well known for his 1985 piece Koyunbaba. The name is actually Turkish and literally translates as “sheep-father” (koyun-baba), or “shepherd”, some sources also translate it to “the spirit of the sheep”, but also refers to many other things, including a 13th century mystical …

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Koyunbaba II mosso by Carlo Domeniconi

Koyunbaba II mosso by Carlo Domeniconi (born 1947) Domeniconi possibly is most well known for his 1985 piece Koyunbaba. The name is actually Turkish and literally translates as “sheep-father” (koyun-baba), or “shepherd”, some sources also translate it to “the spirit of the sheep”, but also refers to many other things, including a 13th century mystical …

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Koyunbaba III cantabile by Carlo Domeniconi

Koyunbaba III cantabile by Carlo Domeniconi (born 1947) Domeniconi possibly is most well known for his 1985 piece Koyunbaba. The name is actually Turkish and literally translates as “sheep-father” (koyun-baba), or “shepherd”, some sources also translate it to “the spirit of the sheep”, but also refers to many other things, including a 13th century mystical …

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Koyunbaba I moderato by Carlo Domeniconi

Koyunbaba i moderato by Carlo Domeniconi (born 1947) Domeniconi possibly is most well known for his 1985 piece Koyunbaba. The name is actually Turkish and literally translates as “sheep-father” (koyun-baba), or “shepherd”, some sources also translate it to “the spirit of the sheep”, but also refers to many other things, including a 13th century mystical …

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