Import CD – RRJ 1018 – Le Oche di Lorenz – Bruno Tommaso

伊ローマ出身のベテラン・ベーシスト、ブルーノ・トンマーゾ(1941年)率いるコンテンポラリー・アンサンブル。
職人肌のベーシストとして70年代Horo〜Carosello主要作品のほとんどに名を連ねるほか、ジョルジョ・ガスリーニとの共演や、フランコ・ダンドレーア(Modern Art Trio)、ジャンカルロ・スキアッフィーニ、マリオ・スキアーノといったフリー/即興派との活動でも知られる伊ジャズ界のレジェンド、ブルーノ・トンマーゾが、ジャズ〜クラシック〜文学をテーマに、地中海風アンサンブルを率いて録音した変奏曲集。

説明

Cat#:

LABEL: Rudi Records (Italy)
Format: CD / RRJ 1018
ARTIST: Bruno Tommaso
TITLE: Le Oche di Lorenz
JAN: 8058456240213

Lineup:

Bruno Tommaso (director, arranger)
Nico Gori (cl)
Achille Succi (cl)
Gianluigi Trovesi (alto cl)
Mirco Mariottini (bass cl)
Sergio Corbini (p)
Piero Leveratto (bass)
Paolo Corsi (dms, perc)
Martina Grossi (vo)

Rec data:

All music by Bruno Tommaso execpt #7 by Martina Grossi; #10 by Grossi, Tommaso
Recorded 2012, 22/23th Sept., by Senio Corbini, Fortezza dei Medici, Siena
Mixed and Mastered July 2013 by Senio Corbini, Studio Narada, Siena
Photos by Senio Corbini
Art by Ale Sordi

Tracks

1-12. Oh, che bel Mattino
13. Il Gioco dell’Oca: AleaJacta Est
14. Il Gioco dell’Oca: Il Gioco delle Copie
15. Il Gioco dell’Oca: La Contrada dell’Oca
16. Il Gioco dell’Oca: Ritorna sui Tuoi Passi
17. Il Gioco dell’Oca: E Chi Non Vuol Perder Non Gioc.
18. Le Oche Giulive
19. O-che Ockegem
20. Le Oche di Lorenz
21. Piazza delle Oche

Album preview

Notes

From the late sixties, bassist and composer Bruno Tommaso is active in the jazz Italian smarter and less trendy oriented scene of the moment. During his long career, Tommaso has collaborated with top level musicians and groups, including: Enrico Rava, Giorgio Gaslini, Gruppo Romano Free Jazz, Paolo Fresu and Italian Instabile Orchestra. With the new album entitled “Le Oche di Lorenz”, Tommaso is developing a small and precious work of creative jazz. Musically we are facing a strategic crossroads between jazz, improvisation, modern classical music and literature. The influences declared include names like Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Bela Bartok, John Coltrane, Maurice Ravel, Erik Satie, Benny Golson and William Shakespeare. All this in the hands of a beautiful and unusual line-up consisting of Martina Grossi’s voice, a clarinet quartet composed by Gianluigi Trovesi, Achille Succi, Nico Gori and Mirco Mariottini, together with the rhythm by Sergio Corbini (piano) Piero Leveratto (bass) and Paolo Corsi (drums and percussion).