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Delta Saxophone Quartet e Gwilym Simcock al Teatro Manzoni di Milano

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Delta Saxophone Quartet feat. Gwilym Simcock Aperitivo in Concerto Teatro Manzoni Milano -30.11.2014 Ma cosa c'entrano i King Crimson con il jazz? Siamo sinceri, poco o nulla. Se non fosse forse per la fortissima inclinazione all'improvvisazione che il gruppo guidato da Robert Fripp ha sempre avuto sin dalle sue origini ...

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Canterbury e dintorni secondo Ferdinando Faraò

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Fasano, solare cittadina pugliese in provincia di Brindisi, è da 17 anni teatro di un festival jazz eterodosso e controcorrente che, oltre a valorizzare talenti locali e a tenere alta la bandiera del jazz italiano (nel corso degli anni la rassegna ha ospitato, tra gli altri, Franco Cerri, Antonello Salis, Roberto Ottaviano, Franco D'Andrea, Stefano Bollani, ...

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Live From Old York: Delta Saxophone Quartet, Ballaké Sissoko, Larry Miller & Blackbeard's Tea Party

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Delta Saxophone Quartet The Chapel November 22, 2013 The Delta Saxophone Quartet's best-known album is Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening (MoonJune, 2007) which tackled the music of Soft Machine, particularly concentrating on the the output of bassist/composer Hugh Hopper. Delta is a group which ostensibly exists within ...

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Delta Saxophone Quartet: Dedicated to You... But You Weren't Listening - The Music of Soft Machine

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Un improbabile progetto, come quello che vede la musica dei Soft Machine affidata ad un quartetto di sax che si occupa normalmente di musica da camera d’avanguardia, si rivela invece un azzardo perfettamente riuscito e questo eccellente album, pubblicato dalla Moonjune Records, rimarrà certamente una pietra miliare sia per la carriera artistica dei quattro non più ...

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Dedicated to You...But You Weren't Listening - The Music of Soft Machine

Label: MoonJune Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Dedicated; Facelift; Somehow With the Passage of Time...Kings & Queens 33 Years Later; Mousetrap; Everything is You; To; Outrageous Moon; Aubade; Noisette; Floating World; You; The Tale of Taliesin; Dedicated to You; Epilogue.

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Delta Saxophone Quartet: Dedicated to You...But You Weren't Listening - The Music of Soft Machine

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Although this is a program consisting predominantly of music written by (now) ex-members of Soft Machine, the line taken is about as far from repertory as possible. It amounts to a rethinking of music that was nearly always distinctive. The approach here ensures that it ends up only more so, and not simply because a saxophone ...

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Delta Saxophone Quartet: Dedicated to You...But You Weren't Listening - The Music of Soft Machine

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The legacy of Soft Machine continues to be felt to this day through alumni-related projects including Soft Bounds, Soft Mountain and Soft Machine Legacy. But it's the Delta Saxophone Quartet's Dedicated to You...But You Weren't Listening--The Music of Soft Machine that may be the most revelational...and revolutionary look at a legendary British group that ran the ...


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