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Luca Sguera

Luca Sguera (1992, Milano) is a piano player, composer and improviser. Other than improvisation, he investigates composition as layering of signs and meanings, through a practice in which rhythm and timbre play a main role. He is active in several projects (AKA, She's Analog) with which he released records (Aut, Auand) and performed in festivals and clubs among Italy and Europe.

Lilac for People

Label: Auand Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Strange Poet; Almond Tree; Red Box; Teach To Sing; Lilac; I Get Along Without You Very Well; Purity; I Have Heard.

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Francesca Gaza: Lilac for People

Read "Lilac for People" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Lilac for People is the debut release from singer, composer and arranger Francesca Gaza, an artist currently based in Switzerland and Italy. Imaginative, beautiful and superbly performed, the album is inspired by the seasons and by the myth of Demetra and Persephone. There are two songs per season and, says Gaza, every story “is in my ...


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