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Robert Bonati Chironomic Orchestra: Whirling Leaves

Read "Whirling Leaves" reviewed by Duncan Heining

Whirling Leaves is a wonderful, intriguing album from Roberto Bonati, one of Europe's most interesting and creative composers. Bonati's previous large ensemble records have all essayed specific themes, from “The Scottish Play" from The Blanket of the Dark, a Study for Lady Macbeth ( MM Records, 2001) to the migratory nature and evolution of medieval music ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Michele Grossi Blend 3: Lubok

Read "Lubok" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Formazione molto interessante, capitanata dal contrabbassista Andrea Grossi ma di fatto paritetica, Blend 3 è un trio completato dal sax contralto di Manuel Caliumi e dalla chitarra di Michele Bonifati, che dà vita a una musica in equilibrio tra scrittura e improvvisazione a partire da spunti compositivi estremamente sofisticati. Il lavoro si avvia con ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Lyle Mays + Alicia Waller, Pat Metheny, Silvia Bolognesi & Other New Releases

Read "Lyle Mays + Alicia Waller, Pat Metheny, Silvia Bolognesi & Other New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Another master has left us too early, Lyle Mays. A remembrance of his work at its most lyrical, followed by our regular perusal of must-have new releases, with a special focus on albums spotlighting towering young bass players, a stunner of a debut by Alicia Waller and the return of Pat Metheny. Happy ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Roberto Bonati: Vesper and Silence

Read "Vesper and Silence" reviewed by John Kelman

Roberto Bonati may not be a name familiar to many jazz fans in North America, but at home in Italy and, increasingly, across Europe he has become a far more familiar face. Beyond inimitable talents as a double bassist, composer and conductor, Bonati has created a name both for himself and the northern Italian city of ...

Whirling Leaves

Label: Parmafrontiere
Released: 2019
Track listing: Whirling Leaves; Too Sharp, Too Flat.

Vesper and Silence

Label: Parmafrontiere
Released: 2019
Track listing: Vesper and Silence; Morning on a Winter Shore; Fifth by Fifth; An Angel Game; Mr on Hammer on; October 13th; Campane; Trumpeting and Dance; The Eternal Spirit; Solveigs Sang; Sabbie Bianche; Melodia d’Ottobre.

Nor Sea, nor Land, nor Salty Waves

Label: Parmafrontiere
Released: 2017
Track listing: Prophecy of the Völva; Nor Sea nor Land, nor Salty Waves Pt1; Nor Sea nor Land, nor Salty Waves Pt2; Wolves Howling and Swans’ Song; Fimbulvetr; Wolf Age and Bloody End; Nocturnal; Eagle.

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Filippo Vignato Quartet e Trio Sclavis, Pifarély, Courtois alla Casa della Musica di Parma

Read "Filippo Vignato Quartet e Trio Sclavis, Pifarély, Courtois alla Casa della Musica di Parma" reviewed by Libero Farnè

Parma Jazz Frontiere Parma Casa della Musica 18-19.11.2017 Con grande coerenza e rigore, fra concerti e presentazioni di libri, laboratori di formazione e incontri, la ventiduesima edizione del festival diretto da Roberto Bonati è in corso di svolgimento fino al 12 dicembre. I due concerti qui recensiti possono ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Roberto Bonati - Bjergsted Jazz Ensemble: Nor Sea, Nor Land, Nor Salty Waves

Read "Nor Sea, Nor Land, Nor Salty Waves" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Lavoro orchestrale frutto di una lunga collaborazione con il Bjergsted Jazz Ensemble di Stavanger, Norvegia, questo progetto a firma di Roberto Bonati, che ne dirige l'esecuzione, prende spunto da Völuspà -The Prophecy of Völva (La profezia della veggente), che è parte dell'Edda Poetica, poema della mitologia nordica. L'opera si articola in otto quadri di lunghezza variabile ...


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