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Il meglio del 2016 secondo Giuseppe Segala

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Selezionare i migliori dischi e concerti dell'anno è un bel gioco. Un gioco molto serio, che inizia in modo spensierato, mentre si inseriscono i primi titoli, ma diventa sempre più difficile quando ci si accorge che si è già verso la fine e si affollano ancora tanti lavori meritevoli. Iniziano dunque le considerazioni, si tracciano e si modificano i criteri. Insomma, diventa un giudizio arduo, anche perché l'annata 2016 non è stata certo avara di cose meritevoli. E si spera di trovare in altre liste il titolo che non è proprio riuscito a entrare...

Dischi


Albert Ayler Quartet
European Radio Studio Recordings
(Hatology)

Tim Berne Snakeoil
Anguis Oleum
(Screwgun Records)

Franco DAndrea
Trio Music, Vol II
(Parco della Musica Records)

Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra
Time / Life
(Impulse! Records)

William Hooker
Light, The Early Years, 1975-1989
(NoBusiness Records)

Steve Lehman
Sélébéyone
(Pi Recordings)

George Lewis
The George Lewis Solo Trombone Record
(Sackville)

Ivo Perelman
The Art of the Trio
(Leo Records)

Jason Roebke Octet
Cinema Spiral
(NoBusiness Records)

Wadada Leo Smith
America's National Parks
(Cuneiform Records)

Henry Threadgill Ensemble Double Up
Old Locks and Irregulars Verbs
(Pi Recordings)

Tino Tracanna Acrobats
Red Basics
(Parco della Musica Records)
Concerti

Franco D'Andrea Electric Tree—Giardino dei Suoni—Merano (BZ)—15.07.2016
Francesco Diodati Yellow Squeeds feat. Filippo Vignato, Elias Stemeseder -Innerhofer Spa—San Lorenzo di Sebato (BZ)—02.07.2016
Peter Evans solo—Museion—Bolzano—30.06.2016
Alexander Hawkins Trio—Piccolo Teatro Carambolage—Bolzano—16.11.2016
Andrea MassariaBruce Ditmas duo—Corte S. Anna—Clusone (BG)—31.07.2016
Donny McCaslin Quartet—Teatro Comunale—Tesero (TN)—18.03.2016
Mirko Pedrotti Quintet Quintet feat. Gianluca Petrella—Cantina Colli Zugna—Mori (TN)—19.08.2016
Louis Sclavis—Emyl Spanyi duo—Corte S. Anna—Clusone (BG)—30.07.2016

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