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1 Wolfgang Korb: CD sleeve notes for Stefano Scodanibbio Geografia amorosa, Col-legno, 2000, translation by Steven Lindberg. Quote by Stefano Scodanibbio.

2 Light features solo and chamber works by Håkon Thelin. The CD is released under the label Atterklang, www.atterklang.com.

3 Paul Brun: A New History of the Double Bass, Paul Brun Productions, 2000, p. 99-104. Brun writes about the Viennese virtuoso school as the “golden age of virtuosity”, a period that lasted from approximately 1750 to 1820.

4 Stefano Scodanibbio: Echi di un’avventura. Here, Scodanibbio describes his own development of the double bass and the pieces that have been written for him.

5 Enzo Restagno: CD sleeve notes for Stefano Scodanibbio Six Duos, New Albion Records, 2001.

6 Paul Brun: A New History of the Double Bass, Paul Brun Productions, 2000, p. 92.

7 Ibid., p. 95.

8 Bertram Turetzky: The Contemporary Contrabass, New and Revised Edition, University of California Press, 1989.

9 Ibid., p. 13.

10 Ibid., p. 15.

11 The works I especially refer to are Valentine (1969) by Jacob Druckman, Triplicity for Contrabass (1970) by Joji Yuasa, ZAB ou la passion selon st. Nectaire (1981) by Philippe Boivin and Music For Solo Contrabass (1983) by Thomas Read.

12 Paul Brun: A New History of the Double Bass, Paul Brun Productions, 2000, p. 39.

13 The first revolution being the Viennese virtuoso school in 18th-century Austria.

14 Paul Brun: A New History of the Double Bass, Paul Brun Productions, 2000, p. 92.

15 Stefano Scodanibbio: CD sleeve notes for My new address, Stradivarius, 2003.

16 Wolfgang Korb: CD sleeve notes for Stefano Scodanibbio Geografia amorosa, Col-legno, 2000, translation by Steven Lindberg. Quote by Stefano Scodanibbio.

17 Luciano Berio: Two Interviews with Rosanna Dalmonte and Bálint András Varga, trans. and ed. by David Osmond-Smith (New York/London, 1985), p.92.

18 Wikipedia article on the term ‘virtuoso’. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtuoso (Accessed 19. Aug. 2011).

19 Luciano Berio: Two Interviews with Rosanna Dalmonte and Bálint András Varga, trans. and ed. by David Osmond-Smith (New York/London, 1985), p. 91.

20 Enzo Restagno: CD sleeve notes for Stefano Scodanibbio Six Duos, New Albion Records, 2001.

21 Wolfgang Korb: CD sleeve notes for Stefano Scodanibbio Geografia amorosa, Col-legno, 2000, translation by Steven Lindberg.

22 Burkhard Schäfer: CD-review of Oltracuidansa, Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, März/April 2011.

23 Wolfgang Korb: CD sleeve notes for Stefano Scodanibbio Geografia amorosa, Col-legno, 2000, translation by Steven Lindberg. Quote by Stefano Scodanibbio.

24 Bence Szabolcsi: Folk Music, Art Music, History of Music.

25 Ibid., p. 508-509.

26 Stefano Scodanibbio: CD sleeve notes for My new address, Stradivarius, 2003.

27 Wolfgang Korb: CD sleeve notes for Stefano Scodanibbio Geografia amorosa, Col-legno, 2000, translation by Steven Lindberg. Quote by Stefano Scodanibbio.