2010 la gazzetta del mezzogiorno -translated

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2010 la gazzetta del mezzogiorno -translated

  1. 1. Lines Translated La gazzetta del Mezzogiorno August 31, 2010            THE  JAZZ  GUITARIST  DAUNO  registered  in  the  U.S.    Lucio  Ferrara,  from  Orsara  in  New  York.      Lee  Konitz  has  worked  with  Lucio  Ferrara      Its  called  "Its  all  right  with  me,"  the  latest  work  by  Jazz  guitarist  Lucio  Ferrara  orsaresi  origins.  The  title  says  it  all  sullappagamento  professional  and  personal  Ferrara,  director  of  international  seminars  dellOrsara  Jazz  Festival  and  Seminar  Coordinator  in  the  <Tuscia  Jazz>  Festival,  achieved  thanks  to  a  busy  concert  schedule  that  took  him  around  in  Italy,  Europe  and  the  United  States.  And  it  is  at  Dizzys  Broadway  in  New  York  that  the  live  CD  was  recorded  in  2009,  transferring  the  fresh  air  breathing  ferment  in  the  Big  Apple.  A  work  which  marks  a  significant  milestone  of  artistic  maturity  of  Ferrara,  embellished  by  Lee  Konitz  on  sax,  special  guests  with  an  international  cast  Ulysses  Owens  on  drums,  Anthony  Ciacca  on  Piano  and  Kengo  Nakamura  on  bass.  "Lee  Konitz  is  one  of  those  people  who  always  says  what  he  thinks  and  what  he  thinks  is  always  something  interesting-­‐tell-­‐the  enthusiasm  and  the  quality  of  the  music  he  plays,  for  me  is  always  a  source  of  inspiration  daily  ".  "There  are  two  things  that  you  see  when  you  go  to  New  York  City-­‐states-­‐the  first  is  that  the  musicians  work,  arriving  ten  minutes  before  going  on  stage  and  go  home  afterwards.  In  Italy,  however,  we  arrive  at  the  local  and  four  hours  before  you  go  away  three  hours  later,  maybe.  Then  the  audience  is  more  attentive,  more  critical,  but  with  "humility"  than  elsewhere.  This  takes  you  to  be  yourself  and  bring  out  your  features  with  more  sincerity  and  freedom      E.M  

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