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Giancarlo Schiaffini, Errico De Fabritiis, Luca Tilli: Kammermusik

Read "Kammermusik" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Cinquantuno minuti di musica suddivisi in tredici tracce, nove delle quali improvvisate, due di Misha Mengelberg, una di Herbie Nichols—cioè di due icone della musica di ricerca—e l'ultima, a mo' di omaggio iconoclasta, nientemeno che ”O' Sole Mio”: questo il menù apparecchiato da Giancarlo Schiaffini in trio con due musicisti non facilmente etichettabili come il sassofonista ...

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Giorgio Pacorig, ovvero l'arte della collaborazione

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Nato a Staranzano, in provincia di Gorizia, pianista e specialista del Fender Rhodes, improvvisatore, compositore, eclettico frequentatore di forme musicali diverse, a quarantotto anni Giorgio Pacorig si trova nel pieno della maturità artistica, come dimostra il fatto che il suo nome figura in alcuni dei migliori dischi del 2018, tra i quali Pipe Dream, dell'omonimo quintetto, ...

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Renato Cordovani: Cordonbleux at NOF

Read "Cordonbleux at NOF" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Protagonista da quasi mezzo secolo della scena jazzistica fiorentina, il clarinettista, sassofonista e compositore Renato Cordovani (clicca qui per leggere l'intervista che gli abbiamo fatto) pubblica alla veneranda età di settant'anni il primo disco a proprio nome, con la partecipazione di antichi collaboratori e giovani leve della scena toscana. Il programma del lavoro, registrato ...

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Renato Cordovani, Agitatore Jazz

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Classe 1946, il sassofonista e clarinettista Renato Cordovani è uno dei musicisti storici dell'area fiorentina, per la sua presenza costante (pur con le pause che si è preso), per l'impulso creativo che ha offerto nei suoi oltre quarant'anni di carriera, per i musicisti che ha contribuito a far arrivare in città dal centro Europa, per il ...

Cecil Taylor

Read "Cecil Taylor" reviewed by John Eyles

On April 5th 2018, the world lost pianist, composer, poet and iconoclast Cecil Taylor, at age 89. Taylor was the last surviving member of a generation of players who gave birth to the music variously labelled as avant-garde, fire music or free jazz, although some sources jointly credit Taylor and Ornette Coleman as its originators.

Derek Bailey

Read "Derek Bailey" reviewed by John Eyles

Guitarist Derek Bailey was one of the more prominent and influential musicians from the “first generation of free improvisation" that developed in London in the mid-sixties and gradually promoted the music around the world. Although several members of that generation were leaders, Bailey often seemed the de facto leader of the group. Partly, this was a ...

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Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville 2017

Read "Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville 2017" reviewed by Mike Chamberlain

Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada May 18-21, 2017 In Canada, the Monday closest to May 24, the birthday of Queen Victoria, is a public holiday (in Quebec it has two names: Journée des Patriotes or Fête du Dollard--it's complicated), and the Victoria Day long weekend is the ...

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Internationales Jazz Festival Münster 2017

Read "Internationales Jazz Festival Münster 2017" reviewed by Henning Bolte

Theater Münster Münster, Germany Internationales Jazz Festival 2017 January 6-8, 2017 Münster, city of 300,000 inhabitants, situated in the northern part of German state North Rhine-Westphalia, with 18 million inhabitants the most populous state of Germany, has an ambitious biannual jazz festival now in its 27th year. The northern part of ...

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Stefano Scodanibbio: Incontri & Reuniones

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Di Stefano Scodanibbio, contrabbassista marchigiano (Macerata, 1956) scomparso anzitempo all'inizio del 2012 in quel di Cuernavaca (come trentatré anni prima quasi esatti un certo Mingus, già), questo album di oltre un'ora e un quarto di durata raccoglie diciassette pezzi incisi dal vivo nelle località più disparate e con i partner più disparati fra il 1996 e ...


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