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Novilunio

by Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta

NOVILUNIO is the title of the second album by REDI HASA and MARIA MAZZOTTA, the Albanian cellist and the vocalist from Puglia, who since 2010 have been reinventing the musical traditions of their places of origin. Two complementary talents who inspire each other in a perfect fusion between the sumptuous, lyrical and introspective sound of the cello, which Ludovico Einaudi cannot live without, and one of the leading voices of the rebirth of Salento’s musical heritage: luminous and magical. A combination that pays homage to its origins while engaging in creative experimentation, a symbolic union between the archetypes of night and day.
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1. E' Tiempu
Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta
3:53 album only
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2. Aux Souvenirs
Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta
4:20 album only
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3. Capufrisca
Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta
3:46 album only
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4. Novilunio
Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta
5:05 album only
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5. 25 Trecce
Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta
3:48 album only
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6. Contine
Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta
2:39 album only
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7. Woodroom
Redi Hasa
2:04 album only
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8. 'Cu Ti Lu Dissi
Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta
2:42 album only
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9. Il Mondo Di Rosso E Di Blu
Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta
3:04 album only
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10. Libro D'Amore
Redi Hasa & Maria Mazzotta
6:27 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
NOVILUNIO expands that horizon even further, tracing a new route. Produced by Alberto Fabris and recorded by the genius of sound engineering, Tim Oliver, at Real World studios, in London, it is composed of eight new songs and two renditions of traditional ballads, inverting the proportions contained in their first disc.
While in songs like 25 trecce [25 braids], an Albanian love song redolent of basil and rose, and Cu ti lu dissi, a classic tune by Otello Profazio and Rosa Balistreri about a “creaky heart”, we again experience the mastery of Redi and Maria in interpreting their musical roots, it is their original compositions that make the disc fresh and new.
The first to stand out are two songs in French: Aux souvenirs, a nostalgic waltz of dance halls and lost love, with a surprising big band finale, and the almost nursery-rhyme Contine, ironic and lighthearted. In E’ tiempu and Capufrisca, Maria and Redi’s musical roots entwine and are reinforced by two illustrious special guests, the Iranian percussionist Bijan Chemirani and Mehdi Nassouli, of the Gnawi brotherhood of mystics. And this inclusion of different musical cultures is another important new aspect of NOVILUNIO. The title track is instead an intimate song addressed to the moon, replete with delicate expectations of love, while the red and blue world is a prayer, a whispered hope for a future imbued with the colors of peace. The disc concludes with Libro d’amore [The book of love], a pizzica tarantata with traditional rhythms and unusual melodies that perfectly represents the concept of NOVILUNIO, music that heals and regenerates, discovering a new equilibrium. But before the grand finale there is Woodroom, a cello improvisation that contains all the disc’s charm, its floral freshness, the trepidation for a world that is about to bloom. Out there, it’s true, there is the English countryside, the woods, the mellow colors of autumn, the pond, the cottage wreathed in late-blooming roses, and in the window, that magician by the name of Tim Oliver, but in the sky it’s she who rules, the new moon, dousing the flames of the day and softening the darkness of the night. In listening to NOVILUNIO we feel its silent and swelling volume, the impulse to find new paths. The new paths that this disc traces, and that are dedicated to her.

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