Giorgio Gaslini - Symphonic Works download album
Giorgio Gaslini – Symphonic Works. Label: Agorá – AG 24. Conductor – Boguslaw Dawidow (tracks: 17 to 28), Giorgio Gaslini (tracks: 1 to 16). Flute – Roberto Fabbriciani (tracks: 12 to 16). Orchestra – Orchestra Da Camera "Amedeo Modigliani" (tracks: 12 to 16), Orchestra Filarmonica Nazionale Russa Di Tomsk (tracks: 17 to 28), Orchestra Sinfonica Internazionale ". enaroli" (tracks: 1 to 11). Notes. Tracks 1 to 11: Live recording, Lanciano, 22 August 1999 Tracks 12 to 16: Live recording, Colle Salvetti, 28 May 1999 Tracks 17 to 28: Live recording at "Teatro Marchetti", Camerino, 31 August 1997.
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Giorgio Gaslini (Italian pronunciation: ; 22 October 1929 – 29 July 2014) was an Italian jazz pianist, composer and conductor. He began performing aged 13 and recorded with his jazz trio at 16. In the 1950s and 1960s, Gaslini performed with his own quartet. He was the first Italian musician mentioned as a "new talent" in the Down Beat poll and the first Italian officially invited to a jazz festival in the USA (New Orleans 1976-77).
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Agorá (catalog number AG 24. ). This album was released in 2000 year. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Composed By. Giorgio Gaslini.
Giorgio Gaslini: Flute Works. Roberto Fabbriciani Flute. CD: 1 Tracks: 27 Length: 56:06. CD 1. Giorgio Gaslini Composer. Aria con figure, for flute and piano Work.
GIORGIO GASLINI is a jazz related soundtracks, third stream, progressive big band, post bop, jazz related pop/art song/folk avant-garde jazz music artist. Also active in contemporary music, after having earned six diplomas at the Milan Conservatory, he has composed symphonic works, operas and ballets for the La Scala Theater and for many other major Italian venues.
Giorgio Gaslini was an Italian jazz pianist, composer and conductor. In the 1950s and 1960s Gaslini performed with his own quartet. He collaborated with leading American soloists, such as Anthony Braxton, Steve Lacy, Don Cherry, Roswell Rudd, Eddie Gómez, Max Roach, Nacci Alberto, but also with the Argentinian Gato Barbieri and Frenchman Jean-Luc Ponty. He has also adapted the compositions of Albert Ayler and Sun Ra for solo piano, which the Soul Note label has issued.
This album is a beautiful symphonic album, great sound and good arrangements in every song, is one of that albums whch during each song, it is envolving u. ne important thing, this is an instrumental album. The first song is called Profondo Rosso, plenty of organ and keyboards, one of that pieces which make the original sound of the band. Giorgio Gaslini adds orchestration to a few parts though. Three of Gaslini's works were reworked by GOBLIN but the rest is a GOBLIN musical creation from start to finish. This faux pas has since been rectified after the initial releases. Gaslini is also listed as orchestral score and conductor on the original release.
|Big Bang Poema|
|1||The Initial Singularity||2:39|
|2||The Spark In The Void||3:34|
|3||The Ball Of Fire||1:12|
|4||The Big Bang||3:05|
|6||Obscure And Unknown||1:29|
|7||The Scream Of Light (Death Of A Star)||2:49|
|8||The Chemical Brew (History Of The Drum)||4:18|
|9||The Actual Singularity||1:58|
|Adagio Is Beautiful|
|17||Introduzione I Sequenza||0:47|
|19||III Sequenza: "La Primavera"||0:39|
|23||VII Sequenza: "L'Estate"||0:34|
|26||X Sequenza: "L'Autunno"||0:28|
|28||XII Sequenza: Cadenza. "L'Inverno" Largo||2:55|
- Composed By – Giorgio Gaslini
- Conductor – Boguslaw Dawidow (tracks: 17 to 28), Giorgio Gaslini (tracks: 1 to 16)
- Flute – Roberto Fabbriciani (tracks: 12 to 16)
- Orchestra – Orchestra Da Camera "Amedeo Modigliani" (tracks: 12 to 16), Orchestra Filarmonica Nazionale Russa Di Tomsk (tracks: 17 to 28), Orchestra Sinfonica Internazionale "F.Fenaroli" (tracks: 1 to 11)
NotesTracks 1 to 11: Live recording, Lanciano, 22 August 1999
Tracks 12 to 16: Live recording, Colle Salvetti, 28 May 1999
Tracks 17 to 28: Live recording at "Teatro Marchetti", Camerino, 31 August 1997