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Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella | Italian Jazz Book, Vol. 1

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Italian Jazz Book, Vol. 1

by Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella

An uncommon Jazz trio with Guitar, Bass and Vibraphone plays the music from some of the most influential italian composers.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. Danças
Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella
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2. Hypnotic Sad Loop
Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella
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3. Le Solite Cose
Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella
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4. Fafa
Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella
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5. I Gazzillori
Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella
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6. Cherries
Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella
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7. Indaco
Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella
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8. Da Silva
Maurizio Brunod, Gabriele Boggio Ferraris & Aldo Mella
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This project wants to celebrate the music of some of the most important and valuable Italian jazz players, and especially their compositions. So, the repertory stretches from Franco D’Andrea to Enrico Rava, from Daniele di Bonaventura to Stefano Bollani, arriving to touch the music of the group’s components themselves, all three of them active composers.
The aim, therefore, is to help the great public get a closer look at the fine compositional flair of some of the leading musician of the Italian jazz scene.
All of this is realized through the sounds of an unusual band, with no drums but with two harmonic instruments, in eternal balance between love and hate: Boggio Ferraris’ vibraphone and Brunod’s guitar. The solid rhythmic of Aldo Bella’s double bass completes this trio that wants to gain an unique “voice”, hopefully of some relevance for Italian jazz, even by playing pieces of diverse and far origins.

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