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  • 1De coração a coração02:48
  • 2Gli amori sospesi06:47
  • 3Party in Olinda05:41
  • 4Pavane04:54
  • 5Chisciotte03:27
  • 6En la orilla del mundo04:35
  • 7Amica Vittoria05:41
  • 8Love theme from I girasoli06:32
  • 9Minuano00:00
  • 10Sospesi a primavera04:23
  • Total Runtime44:48

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Whether in jazz or classical music, the clarinet in Italy has a name: Gabriele Mirabassi. The Umbrian virtuoso converted to jazz in the mid-nineties and made a name for himself in the scene mainly through his collaborations with Richard Galliano, Steve Swallow, Kenny Wheeler, John Taylor and especially Michel Godard. With his amazing instrumental technique, he is now one of the top names in Italy in both classical music and jazz. At his side in this extraordinary trio is guitarist Nando di Modugno, a name that itself sounds like an Andres Segovia composition, fully in keeping with Mirabassi's predilection for Brazilian rhythms, Spanish folklore and the arpeggios and cantilenas of the South, music he has thoroughly researched. To this end, Mirabassi breathes life, poetry and pathos into the chamber music gesture with his organic melisma. The meaty, sonorous bass is provided by none other than Pierluigi Balducci, a great of the Italian jazz scene and, among other things, a member of the prominent Nuevo Tango Ensamble, one of the most important European ensembles in the field of tango jazz. The trio plays mainly music from their own pen, but also some titles by Pat Metheny, Maria Schneider and Henry Mancini.

Gabriele Mirabassi, clarinet
Nando di Modugno, classical guitar
Pierluigi Balducci, double bass

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