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Dennis Russell Davies and Luciano Berio talk about Epiphanies:
Luciano Berio’s Epifanie for female voice and large orchestra, first performed in Donaueschingen in 1961, gives its interpreter (the conductor) various options to choose from regarding the ordering of the work’s various sections. For the revised version of the work, Ephiphanies, completed in 1991 and written for Riccardo Muti and the Philadelphia Orchestra, Berio fixed the order of the texts sung by the soloist definitively. In the selection of these texts – taken from Marcel Proust, Antonio Machado, James Joyce, Edoardo Sanguineti, Claude Simon and Bertolt Brecht – Berio followed dramaturgical advice given by Umberto Eco.