ADELE PARDI PerDido
is the latest work of Adele Pardi, cellist and brilliant singer. Dido and Aeneas is an opera in a prologue and three acts, written by the English Baroque composer Henry Purcell with libretto by Nahum Tate. Adele´s artistic vision convey a peculiar merging of different styles and harmonic approaches, alike jazz, baroque, modern pop and a taste of techno electronic.
This album has been recorded with the help of 18 musicians, including a six female voices choir, a chamber music violin quartet and a sextet with whom the artist Adele has been already playing since five year.
Lineup included Adele Pardi voice, cello and arrangements, Lorenzo Vitolo piano, Vittorio Cuculo saxes, Pietro Corbascio trumpet, Tancredi Emmi doublebass and Bruno Tagliasacchi Masia on drums.
New album recording with this incredible artist and composer Francesco Venerucci, whose new compositions have been now recorded for ALPHA MUSIC.
The band feature the world renown jazz icon Dave Liebman on saxophones, Galician trumpeter Ricardo Formoso, Sardinian fellow Tancredi Emmi on double bass and Bruno Tagliasacchi Masia on drums.
ANA ESPADA Quintet
"Swinging at Selmo"
Rio Selmo is the river crossing the astonishing nature of Bierzo, a northern mountain region in Spain.
Rio Selmo gives also the name to the main auditorium in Ponferrada, in the province of Castilla Leon, where the recordings of this album took place.
Ana Espada is a rising jazz voice in the northern regions, and for her first album she gathered musicians from her own land, Portugal and Italy.
This album is the first jazz release of the Bierzo area and feature Gio Yañez on guitar, Wilson Correia on piano, Alejandro San Pelayo on doublebass and Bruno Tagliasacchi Masia on drums.
Asturian saxophonist and composer Eladio Arango Diaz release his second album as leader with an innovative lineup. A sextet joins a chamber orchestra and asturian traditional folk music.
Eladio Diaz saxes, Jacobo De Miguel piano, Horacio Garcia doublebass, Ricardo Formoso trumpet, Fernando Arias vibraphone and Bruno Tagliasacchi Masia on drums.
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