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Bruised but triumphant, Russolo and Marinetti next presented a series of 12 performances in London in June 1914. The ensemble was arranged on stage with the megaphones of the noise-intoners aimed squarely at the audience. A musician stood behind each noise-intoner and read from a musical score mounted on a music stand. The formal stage appearance of the troupe was purposefully ironic and contrasted sharply with the noise music played by the musicians. 18 World War I largely brought the Futurist movement to an end.
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