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Silent Fires: Forests

Read "Forests" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Non è solo un affascinante progetto elettroacustico questo debutto del quartetto italo-norvegese Silent Fires, comprendente Alessandro Sgobbio al pianoforte (autore di tutte le composizioni), Hilde Marie Holsen alla tromba ed elettronica, Håkon Aase al violino e percussioni e la cantante Karoline Wallace. In opere simili è molto forte il rischio di cadere in superficialità, eccessi estetizzanti ...

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Silent Fires: Forests

Read "Forests" reviewed by John Eyles

Silent Fires is a quartet which brings together Italian pianist and composer Alessandro Sgobbio with three renowned Norwegians, violinist Håkon Aase, vocalist Karoline Wallace and trumpeter Hilde Marie Holsen--whose one-woman album Lazuli (Hubro, 2018) was very well received. As the YouTube clip below shows, in concert the four are often joined onstage by contemporary dancer and ...

Forests

Label: Amp Music & Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: En Astheneía; From The Entrance Of Love; Similar Lymphs; Luce Della Perfezione; Love; Silent Fires; Qâf; Prajnà; The Light Of The Lights; Banyak; Alla Volta Del Sole.

Forests

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Amor; Florestas; Untitled; Tarde; Pro Zeca; Flying over Rio; Paraty; Ubatuba; Montreux; Vera Cruz.

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Brazilian Trio: Forests

Read "Forests" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

This exciting recording is a perfect example of the thorough absorption of the Bossa Nova being integrated with the mainstream jazz piano trio. All three members of Brazilian Trio are, in fact, Brazilians but have lived in New York City for decades,settling in the 1970s, '80s and '90s. Pianist Helio Alves is the youngest ...

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Brazilian Trio: Forests

Read "Forests" reviewed by Karen Hogg

Forests marks the auspicious debut of the Brazilian Trio--pianist Helio Alves, bassist Nilson Matta and drummer Duduka Da Fonseca--three musicians already well known in Brazilian jazz circles, having played with an impressive list of Latin icons, including Paquito D'Rivera, Rosa Passos and Antonio Carlos Jobim. While the traditional piano trio format serves them ...


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