Saturday, May 16, 2009

Riccardo Tesi ::: Un ballo liscio

Courtesy of Miguel at SFRP forum - Classic, Jazz, World  
originally posted by Nuvola rossa on Un mondo in Mi settima
A journey through a century of liscio, the most popular Italian folk dance. A really special project of great artistic quality. A multi-ethnic orchestra, formed by some of the most representative musicians coming from ethnic, classical and jazz areas, regardless of any prejudice, rigorously rework melodies and rhythms that allowed whole generations of Italian people to dance: from the classical echoes of Carlo Brighi to the band atmospheres of Concerto Cantoni and the jazzy breaks of Gorni Kramer, not to mention the ethnic blends of the regional variations. An opportunity to rediscover the attractive melodic structures, the instrumental virtuosity, the fascinating combinations of timbres and the most hidden and seductive aspects of an undeservedly underrated musical genre

Riccardo Tesi (diatonic accordion (melodeon))
Patrick Vaillant (mandolin, voice)
Maurizio Geri (guitar, voice)
Piero Leveratto (double bass)
Claudio Carboni (sax)
Gabriele Mirabassi (clarinet)
Ettore Bonafè (vibraphone, percussion)
Quartetto Ares (strings)

01-Paso Liscio
02-Il Battagliero
03-Locanda - Oggi nevica
04-Valzer Blu
05-Tango Zingaresco
09-Mazzolin Fatale
10-Piccolo Fiore
11-La Veronese
13-Francesino - Mago Merlino
15-Speranze Perdute
16-Taca Zaclèn

1995 • Silez Y225056/Auvidis Tempo A 6242

Un ballo liscio part 1
Un ballo liscio part 2
Un ballo liscio part 3
Un ballo liscio part 4


Anonymous said...

Anyone have the mp3 version? Thanks

Re Gilardin said...

anch'io è da tempo che sto cercando la versione mp3 di questo lavoro... se qualcuno lo avesse, gliene sarei grato.

Anonymous said...

It is my first message here, so I would like to say hallo to all of you! It is definitely pleasure to meet your community!

Nathaniel Davis said...

The link to part 4 seems to have expired :(