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Silvia Schiavoni and Phantabrass: Live In Siena Play Gershwin

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Benché a nome di Silvia Schiavoni, è Giancarlo Schiaffini, con i suoi Phantabrass, il protagonista di questo CD, dedicato al genio compositivo dei fratelli George e Ira Gershwin. Il fascino del disco risiede appunto nell'esuberante tessitura strumentale degli undici brani, ai quali il trombonista dona nuova verve, immettendovi la più moderna sintassi jazzistica. Trascinanti riff e ...

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Maurizio Lesmi - Bruno Carrozzieri - Alberto Popolla - Deborah Walker: Frammenti di scrittura prematura

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Che lo stato di salute della musica creativa italiana - leggi Jazz - sia ottimo, pare ormai verità assodata e condivisa dai più, compreso chi scrive. Il problema, caso mai, sorge nel momento in cui si cerca di accordarsi sul dove cercare le prove inconfutabili di tale vitalità. Mi perdonerete, spero, se mi permetto di esprimere ...

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Slava Ganelin / Vladimir Volkov: Ne Slyshno

Read "Ne Slyshno" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Ne Slyshno is a spontaneous live studio recording from September 2005 that brings together two bold thinking improvisers who surpass any definition of genre or style: Israeli (of Russian descent) composer/pianist Slave Ganelin and Russian double bassist Vladimir Volkov. Ganelin needs no introduction as one of the pioneers of the free improvised scene that emerged from ...

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Slava Ganelin / Ned Rothenberg: Falling Into Place

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The Ganelin Trio--probably the most recognized group of the Russian jazz scene during the last decade of the USSR--was officially disbanded at the end of the '80s. Both saxophonist Vladimir Chekasin and percussionist Vladimir Tarasov remained in now-independent Lithuania, keeping themselves busy in different projects mostly in Europe, while pianist Vyacheslav (Slava) Ganelin moved to Israel, ...

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Slava Ganelin and Ned Rothenberg: Falling Into Place: Live in Jaffa

Read "Falling Into Place: Live in Jaffa" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

New York-based reed master Ned Rothenberg managed to perform twice during his last family trip to Israel two years ago, and in both instances he collaborated for the first time with Israeli musicians. Two duets from Rothenberg concert in Jerusalem with free-improv bassist JC Jones were documented on Jones' second release (Duos II, Kadima Collective, 2005), ...


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