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Stefano Amerio: 20 anni di Artesuono

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Sono passati ormai diversi anni da quando abbiamo intervistato Stefano Amerio, tecnico del suono e patron di Artesuono, lo studio di registrazione più noto e affermato d'Italia e anche d'Europa, almeno per l'ambito jazzistico. Ma Artesuono è anche un'etichetta discografica con un catalogo ampio e interessante, ancorché popolato di prodotti prevalentemente di area friulana. Un etichetta ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Gianni Lenoci, madrelingua jazz

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Pianista, compositore, improvvisatore, Gianni Lenoci è un musicista che unisce rigore e libertà, creatività e rispetto rigoroso della forma. A cinquantacinque anni può vantare una impressionante discografia dalla quale si evidenza la varietà dei mondi musicali con i quali si è misurato. Chi ha avuto modo di ascoltare almeno parte dei lavori nei quali è coinvolto ...

ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

Devon Allman: Chipotle Blues

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The son of Gregg Allman and Shelly Kay Jefts, our featured artist Mr. Devon Allman, was born in 1972 in Corpus Christi, Texas but grew up in Saint Louis, Missouri. Devon's musical journey and childhood was contrary to what many people assumed. There was no silver spoon and Devon did not learn how to play music ...

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Anais Drago - Un violino per Zappa (e oltre)

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Tra i tanti materiali musicali che ci passano quotidianamente tra le mani, ogni tanto ce n'è qualcuno che ci colpisce particolarmente, per un motivo o per l'altro. Questa volta è toccato al CD che rappresenta l'esordio discografico di Anais Drago, sia per l'eclettico curriculum della giovane violinista di Biella che per il fatto di essere un ...

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Guido Harari, dietro al mirino come un jazzista

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"Potresti dire che sono un fotografo jazz, alla faccia di chi mi definisce da sempre un fotografo rock!." Guido Harari scherza volentieri sulla sua nomea di “fotografo musicale," autore di alcuni degli scatti entrati nell'immaginario collettivo e che ritraggono artisti come David Bowie, Tom Waits, Lou Reed, Patti Smith, Leonard Cohen, Fabrizio De André (alcuni dei ...

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Alan Broadbent: Intimate Reflections on a Passion for Jazz

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Pianist, composer, and arranger Alan Broadbent doesn't just “dig" jazz. He has a deep and enduring passion for it. Growing up in mid- 20th-century New Zealand, he quickly went beyond piano lessons to reading musical scores and learning jazz standards. Then, when the Dave Brubeck Quartet came to his relatively isolated hometown of Auckland, his love ...

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Stefon Harris: Pursuing the Tradition

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Musician and composer Stefon Harris wears many hats. But he wears them all well.

He is a composer, performer, bandleader, businessman, educator and leadership trainer. He handles each with a clear head, confidence and sense of purpose. He's bright, articulate and relates to people on any level.

Harris' to-do list on ...

ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

Michael Feinstein: Errands and Rhythm Galore

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"If you could have dinner with anyone from history, who would you choose?"

That's a game many of us played as we imagined chatting up apostles, prophets, and heroes from the past. With Michael Feinstein, it's not a game. He's done it. He, more than anyone else, is the jazz Boswell: observer and companion ...

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Gordon Au: Untraditionally Mad About Trad

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Gordon Au draws upon a palette ranging from the traditional jazz of Louis Armstrong to the modern jazz of today. In New York, Gordon leads the Grand St. Stompers, a traditional jazz band called “a pillar of New York's hot jazz scene" by The New York Times, and appears with the Grammy-winning Vince Giordano and the ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Randy Weston: The Spirit of Our Ancestors

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To commemorate the Randy Weston, we've republished this 1999 interview that traces his life and career, from his birth in Brooklyn to the years spent in Africa, from his admiration for Thelonious Monk and Duke Ellington to his collaboration with Melba Liston.

Every year, Harvard's Department of Music devotes part of its academic ...