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Francesco Zampini Quintet A Firenze

Read "Francesco Zampini Quintet A Firenze" reviewed by Neri Pollastri


Francesco Zampini Quintet Firenze Music PoolSala Vanni 29.05.2021 Finalmente, dopo sette mesi, riaprono le sale, ricominciano le rassegne e i concerti: per il Music Pool, storica istituzione del jazz toscano, la ripresa è avvenuta in Sala Vanni con una formazione di musicisti giovani, ma già apprezzata a livello nazionale, ...

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Francesco Zampini: Unknown Path

Read "Unknown Path" reviewed by Luigi Sforza


Per questo secondo disco da leader, il giovane chitarrista e compositore fiorentino Francesco Zampini (classe 1993) guida un vigoroso quintetto che comprende un'infuocata, solida e muscolosa sezione ritmica (Michelangelo Scandroglio al contrabbasso e Bernardo Guerra alla batteria), un vulcanico e possente pianista, l'iberico Xavi Torres, e il russo Alex Sipiagin, che alla tromba incanta per il ...

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Arise

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Label: Pere Bujosa
Released: 2020
Duration: 05:28

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Arise

Label: Pere Bujosa
Released: 2020
Track listing: Arise;Musing;Dysfunctional Automaton, Syncretism

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Unknown Path

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Dream Team; Last Hope; Mr.X; Cyclic Episode; Turnout; Song for Alba; Whitspers; View from DH.

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12 Points Festival 2019

Read "12 Points Festival 2019" reviewed by Henning Bolte


Bimhuis 12 Points Festival Amsterdam, Netherlands September 25-28, 2019 Jazz, as a diverse and heterogeneous field by nature, is represented at each 12 Points edition by young musicians and groups (age 35) with a strong artistic profile and solid and attractive performance capabilities. The festival represents in a nutshell what the ...

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New Music in an Anxious Time: Teis Semey, Peggy Lee and Philipp Gropper

Read "New Music in an Anxious Time: Teis Semey, Peggy Lee and Philipp Gropper" reviewed by Mark Werlin


Historians of jazz identify the African-American civil rights struggle circa 1945-1965 as the locus for the most active involvement of jazz music in expressions of social and political protest. One of the earliest recorded instances of explicit political protest in jazz, “Strange Fruit," was refused by Decca, singer Billie Holiday's record label, for fear of reprisals ...


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