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Cantodiscanto Pandemusica VM3039 CD
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FormatAudio CD
Ordering NumberVM3039
Release date15/07/2022
  • Frida Forlani: Gesang
  • Giovanni Calcaterra: Kontrabass
  • Guido Sodo: Klassische Gitarre
  • Ivan Valentini: Sopran Saxophon
  • Paolo Caruso: Percussion
Guest musician
  • Coro Stelutis unter der Leitung von Silvia Vacchi: Chor (Track Nr 10)
  • Davide Zaccaria: Cello (Track Nr 4)
  • Elio Pugliese: Akkordeon (Track Nr 7)
  • Fabio Sodano: Ney, Balaban (Track Nr 8)
  • Faisal Taher: Gesang (Track Nr 8)
  • Fernando Jorge Silva: Portuguese Guitar (Track Nr 4)
  • Marco Cappelli: E-Gitarre (Tracks Nr 3, 11)
  • Maria Anadon: Gesang (Track Nr 4)
  • Maruizio Piancastelli: Flügelhorn (Track Nr 2)
  • Mirco Mungari: Tammorra, Bendir (Track Nr 10)
  • Simone Zanchini: Akkordeon (Tracks Nr 3, 11)
  • Tesi, Riccardo: Organetto (Tracks Nr 5, 10)

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      Cantodiscanto come out with the new album Pandemusica. There are significant collaborations with artists, old and new fellow travelers who have given their contribution by working at a distance, when conditions did not allow to meet. The basic quintet composed of Guido Sodo (string instruments and voice), Frida Forlani (voice), Ivan Valentini (sax), Giovanni Calcaterra (double bass) Paolo Caruso (percussion, drums, berimbau and santoor), are joined by the vocalist Maria Anadon (Lisbon), together with cellist Davide Zaccaria and Portuguese guitarra player Fernando Jorge Silva; Marco Cappelli (New York) on electric guitar; Riccardo Tesi (Tuscany) on accordion, palestinian singer Faisal Taher, Fabio Sodano on ney and balaban and Simone Zanchini on accordion from the nearest Romagna. To complete the picture of the guests, in the Bologna area there are Maurizio Piancastelli on flugelhorn, Andrea Taravelli on fretless bass, Elio Pugliese on accordion, Mirco Mungari on frame drums, and the Stelutis Choir directed by Silvia Vacchi. The music belongs to an ethnic-acoustic vein, with references to Portuguese fado, Brazilian music and ancient and popular music from the South and the Mediterranean. Guido Sodo, Paolo Caruso, Frida Forlani and Faisal Taher composed them.

      As for the lyrics, the group continues its multicultural path: there is a good presence of the Portuguese, thanks to the collaboration with the writer and journalist residing in Lisbon Marcello Sacco, who was freely inspired to Livro do Desassossego by Fernando Pessoa.

      There is the usual use of Neapolitan, the mother tongue of Guido Sodo who wrote the rest of the lyrics, but this time he used Italian in several passages, even in the archaic invented form of the piece that gives the name to the CD, which metaphorically compares the desire to do a new job with the preparation of bread in an old oven. Finally, there is a text by Janna Carioli that talks about violence against women, a phenomenon that unfortunately was exasperated during the period of the forced lock down. One of the songs, Dimentica, returns in an unreleased rap punctuated by the tambourine the frustration that we all felt a little bit. For this song we wanted to insert a more condensed Radio edit version of the song at the end of the playlist.

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      CD 1
      • 1.Pandemusica03:00
      • 2.Malutiempo05:36
      • 3.Dimentica05:24
      • 4.Transeuntes eternos04:36
      • 5.Fili Tesi03:28
      • 6.Saudade do futuro05:05
      • 7.Una farfalla fra le dita04:19
      • 8.Dahiya03:34
      • 9.Beri beri05:18
      • 10.Aria dei fiori03:13
      • 11.Dimentica (radio edit)03:08
      • Total:46:41