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Dado Moroni Trio: Dado Moroni Live in Beverly Hills

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Italian pianist/composer Dado Moroni is internationally respected for his driving piano style and improvisational skills. Now, in his Resonance debut, he comes up with complex trio arrangements, always swinging and intellectually stimulating. Moroni was born in 1962 and raised in Genoa, Italy, taking to music early, playing the family piano at three. Later, he studied formally and started playing gigs with local Italian musicians Becoming discouraged, he decided to study law. At that time, however, he played ...

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Dado Moroni: Anything Else; Live Conversations & Magone

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Rosario Giuliani Anything Else Dreyfus 2007 Dado Moroni & Enrico Pieranunzi Live Conversations Abeat 2007 Solitude Dreyfus 2007 Pianist Dado Moroni is essentially a self-taught player who learned by listening to a variety of artists and styles. His discography as a leader is still fairly small, though he ...

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The Dado Moroni Trio: Out Of The Night

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What's in a name? Shakespeare had an answer to that one and so will those who listen to this album. Thenceforth, the mention of Edgardo “Dado" Moroni will no longer lead to a quizzically raised eyebrow.

Moroni has recorded well over 25 albums. The bulk of those were in Europe. Yet there were those in the know on the other side of the Atlantic, who hired him to play in their bands, among them Clark Terry, Tom Harrell and Lee ...