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SR0602 - G.LENOCI / G.DINI / M.STOCKHAUSEN

Gianni Lenoci (piano), Giorgio Dini (bass), Markus Stockhausen (trumpet)

"Ergeskkem" is a project of extemporaneous, improvised music, perfomed by the Trio, without the use of written music or pre-determined forms. The three met with the purpose of creating a unique atmosphere conducive to the production of the best interplay, intuitions, sound and balance.
The music of this album melds with the works of Adalberto Montagna, artist, paintre and contributor to the creation of the concept of this CD, where visual and musical complexions are molded into a dynamic and original shape.



Titles:

 
  1. ERGSKKEM
  2. EVENTS OF BIRDS
  3. YES SKKEM
  4. ONLY BLUE FEET
  5. MOORLAND
  6. CRACKERS
   Gianni Lenoci - piano                 
   Giorgio Dini- double bass
   Markus Stockhausen - trumpet & flugelhorn
 
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Notes by M° Fernando Grillo

ERGSKKEM, listening.

 

According to a general view, there are compositional constructions and interpretations in a fresco with weel defines "schemes", whose intellectual enjoyment, to me, overcomes the physics of sound: composing by improvising!

 

ERGSKKEM, quiet dialogues and affective pulsion of the double bass. It opens, with hyperboles of sound, to a naturistic scenario.

 

EVENTS OF BIRDS, unusual intervals which are willing to recall the dodecaphonic tension of composition, also with artiphicious timbres (harmonics) of the instruments, to end - throught that rhythmic "troumpe d'oil" , that fuition of extreme undeterminess of the parameters of sound given horizontally and then vertically (almost a "cluster"), to the nothing. Beautyful piano.

 

YES SKKEM, a sound... a timbre (delicate and sensitive)... rarefied, from which the continuum of the melody starts...

 

ONLY BLUE FEET, apparently a  contrast between line and point (line = moving point) and, gradually and changing, the timbric roles are inverted, in the representation of rhythmic 'puntillism'.

 

MOORLAND, dark place, exaltant mute on the trumpet, is there here a Minotaurus? A archetype sense of the sound fills this composition and, to exit out of the descriptions: compliments to the double bassist!

 

CRACKERS, wait... suspension for a "unavoidable" never said.

 

Fernando Grillo, with compliments to Markus Stockhausen, Giorgio Dini, Gianni Lenoci - July 2006

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