Lesiman is the moniker under which the classically trained pianist and composer Paolo Renosto released some library music works during the 70s.
Renosto’s musical career had been remarkable for his eclecticism and productivity, being a very prolific author. The musical worlds he heavily contributed look incompatible and the significant gap between avant-garde experimentation into classical music and popular music is a proof of his genius and open-mindedness. He was part of ‘Nuova Consonanza’ an association of musicians pursuing the objective of promoting and spreading contemporary avant-garde music in Italy and through his work he investigated and applied new concepts and theories to classical composition.
Renosto left his mark also as a composer of easy listening, jazz and experimental pop. His masterpiece in two volumes ‘Here and now’ is one of most highly sought-after sound library record ever published.