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Federico Ughi Quartet

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Quantunque; Song for Charles; Letter A; Technicolor; Ange; Second Day Syndrome; Line; Circled Square; May; Wearing A Wire?

Federico Ughi Quartet

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: 01. Quantunque; 02. Song for Charles; 03. Letter A; 04. Technicolor; 05. Ange; 06. Second Day Syndrome; 07. Line; 08. Circled Square; 09. May; 10. Wearing a Wire?. Tutte le composizioni sono di Federico Ughi.

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Federico Ughi Quartet: Federico Ughi Quartet

Read "Federico Ughi Quartet" reviewed by Florence Wetzel

The Federico Ughi Quartet is part of the lineage that continues to emerge from saxophonist Ornette Coleman. Ughi's work embodies a range of disparate influences, including classical music and Italian folk tunes, but in the quartet's eponymous release Ughi pays homage to Coleman's spiritual, philosophical, and musical influence. The quartet even mirrors Coleman's archetypal two-horn-bass-drums lineup, ...

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Federico Ughi Quartet: Federico Ughi Quartet

Read "Federico Ughi Quartet" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Roma (dove è nato), Londra (dove si è trasferito all'età di ventun anni), New York (dove si è stabilito dal duemila) sono le città che tracciano il percorso umano e musicale di Federico Ughi. Che è batterista/compositore ormai da annoverare tra le voci più interessanti della comunità newyorchese e in particolare della scena di Brooklyn dove ...


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