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Gianpaolo Camplese

Sitting on a Drum-set since he was a little kid (father also Drummer) he’s being playing many kind of music, rock, funk, reggae, but since more than 10 years he's true passion has been Jazz, from the roots (New Orleans ragtime) until the contemporary Jazz scene. Also completely free improvised music is becoming lately an important part of the game. From 2001 he started to study in the music school “Percentomusica” in Rome. There he could study with Gianni di Renzo, Pierpaolo Ferroni, Andrea Avena, Massimo Carrano, Umberto Fiorentino, Massimo Moriconi. Also in Rome he attended the music school "Ritmix" and took private lessons with Marco Volpe in Milan. Moreover he attended many workshops such as, Berklee in Umbria (2 weeks workshop), Veneto Jazz (10 days workshop with the New School for Jazz & Contemporary Music of New York), Siena Jazz (2 weeks) In 2007 he spent 8 months in New York, where he had a chance to study with Ari Hoenig, and to perform around in some bars/clubs. Today he’s playing with different band and projects in Berlin as well as in Italy. Here is one of those: http://www.gianpaolocamplese.it/monome

monome

Label: Konnex Records
Released: 2012

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Monome: Monome

Read "Monome" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Monome began life in 2006, but on this Italian trio's debut recording it's effectively a quartet, with German saxophonist Peter Ehwald playing on five of the seven tracks. Ehwald first played with Monome in 2010, and since when their collaborations have become increasingly frequent, to the point that his presence here is an essential ingredient in ...

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Monome: Monome

Read "Monome" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The Italian innovative jazz group Monome (not the be confused with Spanish rock band The Monomes) makes a reserved yet vigorous statement with its eponymous debut. The session comprises of seven, modal and atmospheric tracks that have strong, western classical influences. The collaborative trio opens the disc with “Scales"; an almost theatrical piece ...

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Monome: Monome

Read "Monome" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Monome, a piano-led trio from Pisa, shares its name with the Monome, a computer interface device popular with makers of electronic music. Whether this is deliberate or coincidental is unclear, but Monome the band makes acoustic music without the need for its electronic namesake. Its eponymous debut album, recorded in late 2011 and early 2012, features ...


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