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Intervista a Marcello Giannini

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Il pubblico italiano del jazz ha conosciuto Marcello Giannini grazie alla scrittura nell'organico “Parco della Musica Jazz Lab" di Enrico Rava. Con questi ha registrato per l'Espresso il CD Jazz Italiano Live 2009 e, qualche anno dopo per l'ECM, Rava on the Dance Floor. Attivo professionalmente da un decennio, in un'area musicale che spazia dal jazz ...

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Fondazione Siena Jazz Summer Workshop 2013

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Fondazione Siena Jazz Summer WorkshopSiena, ItalyJuly 24-August 7, 2013While there are those who continue to suggest that the death knell for jazz has been sounded--and loudly--they're clearly not looking at the vast number of young musicians studying the music, both privately and, increasingly, in university programs. It's hard to imagine that only fifty ...

Changes of Direction

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Released: 2012
Track listing: 1. Changes of Direction; 2. Fantasmi; 3. Lullaby for Elena; 4. It's Snowing; 5. Corale; 6. If I Could See With Your Eyes; 7. Childlike; 8. Le mie parole preferite; 9. Sim's Mood; 10. Preludus I; 11. Elegia; 12. Another Fingerprint.

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Francesco Scaramuzzino: Changes of Direction

Read "Changes of Direction" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Changes of Direction ruota attorno a Francesco Scaramuzzino - pianista e leader di questo lavoro - e al chitarrista Pietro Condorelli. Le melodie che i due sviluppano segnano in maniera profonda i brani proposti, dodici originali che evidenziano la doppia natura stilistica di Scaramuzzino. Se da una parte emerge la sua anima gentile e garbata, tipica ...

Quasimodo

Label: Red Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: No Blues; Evening Prayer; Tribute To An Unknown Hero; Epcode; Butterfly; The B Song; Istrusioni Per L'ufo; Quasimodo; Fat Again. (Total Time: 58:50)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pietro Condorelli: Quasimodo

Read "Quasimodo" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Italian jazz guitar form Sergio Veschi and his stable of local talent. Some music sounds absolutely effortless. Quasimodo is a collection of such music. The opener “No Blues" sounds as if the musicians picked up their instruments and began playing in mid-thought—all of them having the same thought at the same time. Pietro Condorelli's guitar style ...


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