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The CD Agua & Vinho Sentimentalsmoods for flute and guitar offers a wide and varied anthology of pieces by differentauthors, from classical to contemporary, revisited by the personal sensitivity of Carolina Dello Iacono, flute, andAntonio Grande, guitar. In the intense instrumental dialogue, the publication becomes a singular musical story thatexplores different artistic languages, from the song by Egberto Gismonti (that gives the album's title) to works by AdaGentile, Heitor Villa Lobos, Francis Poulen and others, between enveloping atmospheres and moments that open upunexpected sonic horizons. The protagonists of this particular listening journey, in a polyphony of ideas, voices andcreative instances, are Carolina Dello Iacono and Antonio Grande, musicians with great experience and extensive artisticactivity.
The CD Agua & Vinho Sentimentalsmoods for flute and guitar offers a wide and varied anthology of pieces by differentauthors, from classical to contemporary, revisited by the personal sensitivity of Carolina Dello Iacono, flute, andAntonio Grande, guitar. In the intense instrumental dialogue, the publication becomes a singular musical story thatexplores different artistic languages, from the song by Egberto Gismonti (that gives the album's title) to works by AdaGentile, Heitor Villa Lobos, Francis Poulen and others, between enveloping atmospheres and moments that open upunexpected sonic horizons. The protagonists of this particular listening journey, in a polyphony of ideas, voices andcreative instances, are Carolina Dello Iacono and Antonio Grande, musicians with great experience and extensive artisticactivity.
8011570372765
Agua & Vinho - Sentimental Moods For Flute
Artist: Boutros / Elgar / Gentile / Signorini
Format: CD
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The CD Agua & Vinho Sentimentalsmoods for flute and guitar offers a wide and varied anthology of pieces by differentauthors, from classical to contemporary, revisited by the personal sensitivity of Carolina Dello Iacono, flute, andAntonio Grande, guitar. In the intense instrumental dialogue, the publication becomes a singular musical story thatexplores different artistic languages, from the song by Egberto Gismonti (that gives the album's title) to works by AdaGentile, Heitor Villa Lobos, Francis Poulen and others, between enveloping atmospheres and moments that open upunexpected sonic horizons. The protagonists of this particular listening journey, in a polyphony of ideas, voices andcreative instances, are Carolina Dello Iacono and Antonio Grande, musicians with great experience and extensive artisticactivity.
        
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