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Di Scipio's music is largely unpublished. Occasionally, some works have appeared on CDs issued by Neuma (USA), NoteWork (Köln), ORF Ars Electronica (Linz), Capstone (New York), ICMC (Berlin/ICMA), Bug Records (Melbourne), the 2002 CMJ Sound Anthology (MIT Press), on DVDs published by 12th Root (Toronto), and on independent web sites.

Di Scipio's writings reflect either his personal experience as a composer, or general issues concerning the methods and the history of musical technologies, and their socio-cultural and cognitive implications. Research papers and musicological essays appeared in numerous conference proceedings and in international journals such as Journal of New Music Research (Swets & Zeitlinger), Computer Music Journal (MIT Press), Contemporary Music Review (Harwood Acadmic Press), Leonardo (MIT Press), Perspectives of New Music (Seattle Univ.), Organised Sound (Cambridge Univ. Press), and many others. Italian journals featuring his writings include Rivista Italiana di Musicologia (Olschky Ed.), Musica/Realtà (LIM/Ricordi), Il Saggiatore Musicale (Olscky Ed.), Sonus (Sonus Ed.) and others. Di Scipio contributed to edited volumes such as Electroacoustic Music Analytical Perspectives (Greenwood Press), Per Giacomo Manzoni (LIM/Ricordi), Musica e tecnologia domani (LIM/Ricordi), and authored essays published in journals devoted to cultural studies, such as Angelaki - Journal of theoretical humanities (Carfax Publishing), and La Revue d'Esthetique (Paris). He served as editor for the Italian translations of Gottfried M. Koenig's Genesi e forma. Nascita e genesi dell'estetica musicale elettronica (Semar, Rome, 1995), Michael Eldred's Heidegger, Hölderlin & John Cage (Semar, 2000) and Iannis Xenakis’ Universi del suono (LIM/Ricordi, Milan, 2003). Editor of the collective volume Teoria e prassi della musica nell'era dell'informatica (G.Laterza, Bari, 1995). Guest editor of the Journal of New Music Research for a monograph issue on Xenakis (to appear, 2004).

A complete list of composition, a list of published papers, and other materials are available from the ADS Re-Direct- web site (http://xoomer.virgilio.it/adiscipi/).

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