Import CD – RRJ 1028 – Malkuth – Cisilino, Orefice, Vignato, Magatelli, Mansutti

ミルコ・チシリーノ(tp)、2016年伊ヴィットーリオ・コンペ・ウィナーのフィリッポ・オレフィチェ(ts)、Auandにリーダー作を持つフィリッポ・ヴィニャート(tb)をフロント3管に立てたコンテンポラリー〜ハードバップ・クィンテット。M2、M6の4ビートに入るあたりはまさに鳥肌モノ。

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説明

Cat#:

LABEL: Rudi Records (Italy)
Format: CD / RRJ 1028
ARTIST: Cisilino, Orefice, Vignato, Magatelli, Mansutti
TITLE: Malkuth
JAN: 8058456240312

Lineup:

Mirko Cisilino (trumpet)
Filippo Orefice (tenor sax)
Filippo Vignato (trombone)
Mattia Magatelli (double bass)
Alessandro Mansutti (drums)

Rec data:

Music by Cisilino Orefice Vignato Magatelli Mansutti except #3, 4, 6, 7 by Cisilino
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Claudio Zambenedetti at Imputlevel Studio, San Biagio di Callalta (TV), Italy.
Recorded December 19, 2014
Cover and booklet photos by Giacomo Frison
Art by Ale Sordi

Tracks

  1. Solo per pazzi
  2. Di Corsa
  3. Primo incontro
  4. Le notti bianche
  5. Grattacapo
  6. Necessità
  7. Veglia
  8. Catena di smontaggio
  9. Terra

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Notes

“Malkuth” means “realm”, the plane of reality where we live, here on Earth – the ever iridescent world where we laugh, cry, destroy and rebuild, where we give shape to our lives by improvising and reacting. Many cosmogonies tell of a primordial vibration from which everything comes. We gravitate, just like the planets, around our own axis and interact with others, with the sun at the center as the source of life at the heart of the organism. Everything significantly and effectively interacts with everything else. Everything is consciously or unconsciously substance and exchange. Infinite possibilities are the result. This is what the music of Malkuth aspires to be.

Malkuth's sound and the music finds shape through a process of natural improvisational based on mutual listening and dialogue between five musicians who have metabolized the language and practice of 1960s Jazz. Tunes gradually materialize from silence to rythmic, harmonic and melodic centers; an itinerary which develops collectively. The instrument voices are warm, never harsh or cynic – always tending to share narrative meaning.