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Ladisa, Stefania Strutture (w/ Adrian Northover / Marcello Magliocchi): Dal'Introspezione All'Intera (FMR)

Two live performances at Sala Castello di Sannicandro di Bari and at Sala Auditorium Accademia Cinema Ragazzi in Bari, Italy from violinist & violist Stefania Ladisa's trio Strutture with drummer Marcello Magliocchi and saxophonist Adrian Northover (LIO, Remote Viewers, Runcible), using the resonance of the performances spaces in spacious free interaction.
 

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Marcello Magliocchi-drums, percussion

Adrian Northover-soprano saxophone

Stefania Ladisa-violin, viola


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Label: FMR
Catalog ID: FMR 652
Squidco Product Code: 32964

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2023
Country: UK
Packaging: Digipack - 3 panel
Tracks 1 and 2 at Sala Castello di Sannicandro di Bari, Italy, on March 17th, 2022. Tracks 3 and 4 recorded live at Sala Auditorium Accademia Cinema Ragazzi, Bari, Italy on March 18th, 2022.

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".. in this music also ... the sense of "doubt" ... and it is always good to think critically and assert the sense of doubt ... instead today that single thought reigns, which in reality is the negation of thought itself ... often in music as in all things in life ... today for us ... yesterday I was not there ... but it must have been as it is now or in the process of forming that unique thought ... in music uniformity of intent ... fight. .. and much more in its "official" modality and practice ... propose and present oneself with sound with that doubt ... opens the mind... and can express what is beyond the hedge ... beyond the "opinions" ... passing through "contrasts" ... to meet new "harmonies' ... (Marcello Magliocchi)


Artist Biographies

"Marcello Magliocchi, drums / percussions / instant compositions_

Musical explorer, has performed and recorded in many different languages ​​such as jazz, the instant composition, live music for silent movies, and more, interacting with the worlds of dance, theater.Timbre research takes the form of sound with musicians from the world by participating or organizing different ensembles of improvisers, video materials, electronics.Since 1974 he has worked in several projects (conception and artistic direction of musical events, concerts, recordings, jam sessions, etc.) involving the most significant musicians of jazz and italian artists and improvisers in the world scene as: Mal Waldron, Peter Kowald, Jim Dvorak, Steve Potts, Joelle Leandre, John Tchicai, Beniat Achiary, Carlos Zingaro, Evan Parker, Michel Godard, Tom Varner, Harri Sjostrom, Sakis Papadimitriou, Kent Carter, William Parker, John Edwards, Neil Metcalfe, Adrian Northover , Daniel Thompson, Maresuke Okamoto, JMVan Schouwburg, Marcio Mattos, London Improvisers Orchestra, Phil Gibbs, Tom Jackson, Tristan Honsinger, Harry Sijostrom, Lawrence Casserley, and other guests.

He has made numerous recordings for various labels such as:

TACTUS by ICTUS, CMC, ENJA, LEO rec., AMIRANI, YVP, SPLASC (h), SOUL NOTES, AFK, IMPROMUZAK, DAME / Ambiances Magnetique, SILTA,Setola di Maiale, ULTRAMARINE REC., AUDITION REC., Deepwhitesound, SOLAR IPSE, IMPROVISING BEINGS, WHITE NOISE GENERATOR, FMR, and more."

-Marcello Magliocchi Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/marcello.magliocchi)
5/28/2024

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"ADRIAN NORTHOVER - saxophones, Played and recordings with B Shops for the Poor, The Remote Viewers, Sonicphonics (with Billy Bang), The London Improvisers Orchestra, Ensemble Trip-Tik, Anna Homler, Ricardo Tejero, The Custodians, Sabu Toyozumi, Terry Day, Tristan Honsinger and JJ Duerinckx ,duo CD’s with Adam Bohman, Tasos Stamou, Daniel Thompson and others. Current projects include ‘Hard Evidence’ with John Edwards and Steve Noble, playing the music of Thelonious Monk, Vladimir Miller’s Notes from Underground, ‘Hogcallin’ - a septet playing the music of Charles Mingus, and a trio with Marcio Mattos and Marilza Gouvea. This year (2016) has also seen collaborations with Neil Metcalfe(flute), Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg (voice), Vladimir Tarasov (drums), and Marcello Magliocchi (drums) and Daniel Thompson(guitar). Adrian is also involved with Indian music (Jazz Thali ) and works with live music for film (Ensemble Kino)."

-Adrian Norhover Website (http://www.adriannorthover.co.uk/Marchtrio.html)
5/28/2024

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Stefania Ladisa, born in 1973 in Bari, Italy, is a violinist and violist, known for the groups Hocus_Pocus Improvisers Orchestra, Ulysses.

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/2263597-Stefania-Ladisa)
5/28/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Opinioni 10:38

2. Contrasti 5:50

3. Dubbi 6:38

4. Armonie 8:40

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Improvised Music
Jazz
Free Improvisation
Chamber Jazz
Trio Recordings
European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms
London & UK Improv & Related Scenes
Recordings Utilizing the Natural Resonance of a Space
New in Improvised Music

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