Luciane Cardassi | Ramos

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Ramos

by Luciane Cardassi

Recent works for piano (+ voice) and electronic sounds by Brazilian composers performed by Luciane Cardassi.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. Construção II
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2. Curva Ao Infinito
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3. Douce Dame Jolie
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4. Afloat
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5. Memorial Do Granito
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6. Mohamed’s Clock
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7. Ramos
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ramos showcases seven works created in collaboration with seven Brazilian composers, exploring new ways to relate to and reflect upon today’s world, including the creative processes themselves. These works were initially part of a broader 10-year project – entitled Going North – through which I developed a number of collaborations with composers from my native country, Brazil, along with those from my adopted country, Canada. The seven pieces recorded here all challenged and expanded my roles as a pianist and as a performer. They required me to make use of my voice in new ways, and to develop new methods to promote synchronicity with the electronic media. The creative processes that led to this program continued into the recording and production of the album itself, in collaboration with audio engineer Amandine Pras. I am deeply grateful to each of the composers who embarked on this journey with me, and hope that the listening experience for you will be as rewarding as the creative processes were for us. (L. Cardassi)

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