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Gianluigi Trovesi
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Gianluigi Trovesi alto saxophone, piccolo, alto clarinets
Beppe Caruso trombone
Massimo Greco trumpet, electronics
Marco Remondini cello, electronics
Roberto Bonati double-bass
Marco Micheli double-bass, electric bass
Fulvio Maras percussion, electronics
Vittorio Marinoni drums
 
As strange as a ballad
Sogno d'Orfeo
African Triptych
Canto di lavoro
Clumsy dancing of the fat bird
Siparietto I
Blues and West
Siparietto II
Il Domatore
Ramble
Siparietto III
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Siparietto IV
Totò nei Caraibi

Recorded June 2002
ECM 1827
 
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After the runaway success of his delightful “In cerca di cibo”, the big reedman from Bergamo returns with all-Italian octet in a programme that celebrates the spirit of early jazz in a thoroughly contemporary context. The ghosts of Louis Armstrong and W. C. Handy smile down benevolently as Trovesi and his men roar through a programme that cross-references the spirit of New Orleans with Italian popular song and European classical music.