Giandil | Andata e ritorno

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Andata e ritorno

by Giandil

A musical journey inspired by Tolkien's novel "The Hobbit". A meeting with dwarves, elves, men and magicians, looking for a treasure across lands that reveal actual and undeniable natural beauty.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Sotto la collina
3:36 album only
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2. Scheggia le coppe
1:57 album only
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3. Lontano sui monti
4:15 album only
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4. Rivendell
2:00 album only
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5. Giganti di pietra
4:01 album only
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6. Nell'oscurità
4:12 album only
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7. Grandi nidi
2:53 album only
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8. L'arida brughiera
3:13 album only
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9. Vecchio ragno
1:48 album only
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10. Sul rapido ruscello
3:05 album only
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11. Il re degli antri
2:23 album only
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12. Sotto il monte
3:52 album only
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13. Addio buon ladro
3:27 album only
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14. Gli elfi cantano a ogni ora
6:00 album only
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Album Notes
A musical journey inspired by Tolkien's novel “The Hobbit”, a meeting with dwarves, elves, men and magicians, looking for a treasure across lands that reveal actual and undeniable natural beauty.

All songs written by Giandil | Giacomo D'Alessandro.
Arranged by Jacopo Soler, Guglielmo Cassinelli and Giandil.
Recorded in different places (and years) by Guglielmo Cassinelli.
Studio recordings, editing, mixing and mastering by Michele Marino Gallina in Clockwork Studio in Cernusco Lombardone (LC) – www.clockworkstudio.it.
Last arrangement from Bacci Del Buono, freely inspired by a song from Giuseppe Festa.
The cover is a watercolour by Elena Vago with handwriting by Anna Lanaro.
CD design from Guglielmo Cassinelli.

Copyright 2015 Giacomo D'Alessandro by Patamu www.patamu.com - All right reserved

Artists who took part in the project:
Giandil – acoustic guitar, classic guitar, voice
Guglielmo Cassinelli – mandolin, bouzuki, chorus
Jacopo Soler – flute, thin whistle, saxophone
Maddalena Soler – violin
Mattia Ciuffardi – percussions
Giuseppe Festa – flute in 3, 5, 11 – voice in 5, 8, 15
Roberto Robotti – double bass in 2, 9
Fausto Ciapica – double bass in 3, 4, 7, 14
Dario Gisotti – thin whistle in 2, 7 – Irish bagpipes in 7
Stefano Cocorullo – accordion in 11, 13
Giulia Gaggero, Virginia Sutera, Giulia Sandoli, Bruna Di Virgilio – string quartet in 10
Rocco Mennella – voice in 13
Davide Congiu – chorus in 3, 4, 14
Mariagiulia Mensa – chorus in 4, 10, 14
Fabio D’Angelo – chorus in 4, 14
Alessandro Romi – reciting in 9
Bacci Del Buono – guitar

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