Nanof" and "Camera Astratta" (Abstract Chamber) are two soundtracks produced by the American independent label Cuneiform Records. From 1995 to 1996 he arranged, performed and produced "Anime salve", the last work of Fabrizio De André, having already orchestrated and arranged "Clouds" by De André on which Milesi is uncredited. In 1997 he arranged the album "Sixteenth Moon" by Japanese pop star Kazufumi Miyazawa, produced by Hugh Padgham and featuring musicians Manu Katché, Dominic Miller, and Pino Palladino. Milesi composed various soundtracks for film and theater and worked as an arranger and composer for various Italian pop artists (e.g., Fiorella Mannoia, Luciano Ligabue). Holding a degree in architecture, he created sound installations and musical interventions in large spaces (in one of which he was assisted by Brian Eno). His last-published new recording was "MInute Quartet" on the compilation album "Miniatures 2" (released in 2000 on Cherry Red Records) produced by Morgan Fisher. It is a one-minute string quartet in four movements.
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