Dualidad: The Many Faces of Tango Rossella Cappadone, Stefano Bedetti
- 1Vuelvo al Sur05:42
- 5Maria de Buenos Aires04:41
- 8Someone to Light Up My Life05:19
- 9O Morro Nao Tem Vez03:38
Info for Dualidad: The Many Faces of Tango
The love for jazz and its South American influences, expressed by using classical instruments in a jazz context playing improvised music.
Bowed instruments have always had a fascinating charm that led me to spend a period of my life first with the viola and then with the violin. But whilst I was studying classical music at the conservatory, I felt a the love for jazz and its South American influences growing more and more in me.
The experience of those years did not lead me to become a violin or a viola player, instead it gave me the opportunity to enter into a dimension that I still want to explore: I decided to combine those two worlds by using classical instruments in a jazz context which covers a role that is harmonious and rhythmic resulting in an informal way of writing.
All this would not have been possible without the help of Stefano Bedetti who first welcomed and supported the idea and then created arrangements of the songs, that have exceeded all my expectations.
Jobim and Piazzolla accompanied me during most of my life, I have always loved their all natural approach to music, and in a sense the realization of this album follows the same line where each note is dictated by instinct and leaving aside any superstructure.”
Fabrizio Merlini, viola
Gabriele Bellu, violin
Martin Gjakonovski, double bass
Vanessa Sinigaglia, cello
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