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Duolosophy vol. 1

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Released: 2010
Track listing: 1. Aspetta e vedrai - 5:45; 2. Ciburasca - 4:16; 3. Bitteres zu sagen denkst du (J. Brahms) - 4:58; 4. Danza - 4:36; 5. K2 - 5:11; 6. Magicajun - 4:22; 7. Op. 5, parte II, Sonata n. 7 Preludio (Corelli) - Corelli Variation (Pietropaoli/Rastelli) - 4:48; 8. Il metronomo del Sultano - 5:46; 9. Spirito del Plata - 4:20; 10. Mauerweg - 4:49; 11. I mi fiùl - 3:38. Ove non indicato le composizioni sono di Enzo Pietropaoli (1, 4, 6, 8, 10) o Emanuele Rastelli (2, 5, 9, 11).

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Enzo Pietropaoli - Emanuele Rastelli: Duolosophy vol. 1

Read "Duolosophy vol. 1" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Duolosophy è un disco intimo e ricco di calore, che - per riprendere le parole che i due musicisti riportano nell'interno della copertina - sviluppa la personale “filosofia del duo (...) come pura urgenza espressiva, voglia di unire le note, come in una danza". Certo, fisarmonica e contrabbasso sono due strumenti che si prestano particolarmente a ...

Duolosophy Vol. 1

Label: Prominence
Released: 2009


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