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Rossella Cappadone & Stefano Bedetti DUALIDAD - playing the music of Tom Jobim and Astor Piazzolla Q1804 CD
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FormatAudio CD
Ordering NumberQ1804
labelQuinton Records
Release date09/08/2019
  • Fabrizio Merlini: viola
  • Gabriele Bellu: violin
  • Gjakonovski: double bass
  • Vanessa Sinigaglia: violoncello Martin

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      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.”

      Rossella Cappadone
      March 2018

      Rossella Cappadone - Voice

      Rossella Cappadone was born in 1989 into a family of musicians and music lovers in Bologna.

      At the age of 12, she had begun studying viola and violin at the Conservatorio G. Rossini di Pesaro before later focusing on jazz vocal studies at the Conservatorio G.B. Martini di Bologna.

      As the winning finalist of the Massimo Urbani Prize at the age of just 17, Rossella was the recipient of a singing scholarship at the Berklee Summer School in Umbria.

      Other subsequent awards include the 2009 Hengel Gualdi Jazz Award in Bologna and first prize in the national competition "Chicco Bettinardi" of the city of Piancenza in 2014.

      Since 2017 she has been working with saxophonist and arranger Stefano Bedetti on her first solo album “DUALIDAD”.

      Stefano Bedetti Saxophone Stefano Bedetti began to play tenor saxophone at the age of 14.

      He discovered jazz by listening to the records of Charlie Parker, Michael Brecker, John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Dexter Gordon, Joe Henderson, Cannonball Adderley, Hank Mobley, Sonny Stitt and all the other great cats of that era.

      At the age of 19, Giulio Capiozzo invited Stefano to play in his group. Stefano Bedetti has performed with many jazz stars including Jestofunk, Billy Hart, Ed Howard, Victor Lewis, George Cables, Jimmy Howens, Dave Stryker, John Riley, Tony Scott, Adam Nussbaum, John Patitucci, Antonio Sanchez and many others.

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      CD 1
      • 1.Vuelvo Al Sur05:41
      • 2.Libertango04:44
      • 3.Passarim05:13
      • 4.Modinha04:07
      • 5.Maria De Buenos Aires04:41
      • 6.Luiza04:25
      • 7.Summit04:54
      • 8.Someone To Light Up My Life05:18
      • 9.O Morro Nao Tem Vez03:37
      • Total:42:40