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El laberint de la memòria

Released: 2012
Track listing: 1. Joan i Joana - 9:33; 2. Aparició i desaparicions - 3:46; 3. El laberint de la memòria - 3:50; 4. El pincell del Perico - 3:18; 5. Tonada - 5:39; 6. Pluja sorda - 5:38; 7. Porta de Mar - 2:00; 8. Flamarades - 3:52; 9. Catedral - 4:17; 10. La processó - 4:40; 11. L'esmolador - 2:41; 12. Evanescent - 2:12; 13. Preludi - 3:59; 14. El final és el començament - 2:14. Tutte le composizioni sono di Agustí Fernández.


Agustí Fernández: El laberint de la memòria

Read "El laberint de la memòria" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Che Agustí Fernández, sotto quella scorza di improvvisatore duro e puro, nascondesse un lato “romantico," lo si era già intuito ai tempi di A Silent Dance, disco registrato in duo con Derek Bailey che racconta l'ultima esibizione del chitarrista di Sheffield prima della scomparsa (il giorno di Natale del 2005). Intuito soltanto perché il dubbio, più ...

El Laberint de la Memoria

Label: Mbari Musica
Released: 2011
Track listing: Joan i Joana; Aparició i desaparicions; El laberint de la memòria; El pincell del Perico; Tonada; Pluja sorda; Porta de Mar; Flamarades; Catedral; La processó; L'esmolador; Evanescent; Preludi; El final és el començament.


Agusti Fernandez: El Laberint de la Memoria

Read "El Laberint de la Memoria" reviewed by Mark Corroto

An improviser's take on 20th century Spanish classical music might seem like odd subject matter for a worldclass free jazz pianist like Agustí Fernández, but El Laberint de la Memòria ("The Labyrinth of Memory") testifies to the artist's imagination and facility. In addition to being a member of several of Evan Parker's ensembles, recent ...


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