Blak Saagan

Blak Saagan


If you could paint the world black, rediscover it with a flashlight illuminating every single detail and turn each finding into an obsession while gliding across the murk, then you might stumble into Blak Saagan’s new magniloquent quest ‘Se Ci Fosse La Luce Sarebbe Bellissimo’ (meaning ‘if there were light it would be beautiful’). The Venetian library music maestro’s latest work is an exercise in sound architecture which meticulously explores one of the saddest pages of Italian history; the 1978 kidnapping of former prime-minister Aldo Moro by the Red Brigade.

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