Eugenio Colombo - Curriculum Vitae mp3 album
Eugenio Colombo – Curriculum Vitae. Label: Ismez Polis – . Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Drums – Ettore Fioravanti (tracks: B1,B2). Executive Producer – Alfredo Profeta. Flute – Eugenio Colombo (tracks: A1,A2,B1), Luca Spagnoletti (tracks: A1). Guitar – Massimo Nardi (tracks: B1,B2). Producer – Eugenio Colombo. Soprano Saxophone – Eugenio Colombo (tracks: B2), Francesco Marini (tracks: A3,B4).
Curriculum Vitae is a compilation album by recording artists of Nigerian record label Mo' Hits Records. It was released in 2007, by the label. Nigerian record producer Don Jazzy, head of the label, first revealed plans for a label collaborative album in 2006. The album was supported by five singles-"Why Me" (Remix), "Pere", "Ololufe", "Booty Call" and "Move Your Body".
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Eugenio Colombo brought his current quartet to the studio (Colombo on saxophones and flutes, Gianni Lenoci on piano, Ettore Fioravanti on drums, Bruno Tommaso on bass) along with Micaela Carosi, Masha Carrera, and Elisabetta Scatarzi, three classically trained opera singers. Tales of Love and Death comprises two Colombo compositions: "Toxon," based on a scene from The Odyssey, and "Giuditta," based on the apocryphal Book of Judith.
Musician: Eugenio Colombo. Album's name: Curriculum Vitae. Eugenio Colombo - Curriculum Vitae. Eugenio Colombo - Curriculum Vitae MP3 album ZIP archive. 11376 downloads at 25 mb/s. Eugenio Colombo - Curriculum Vitae FLAC album ZIP archive. 2422 downloads at 22 mb/s.
Journal publications 2017. E. Turrini, R. Laurita, A. Stancampiano, E. Catanzaro, C. Calcabrini, F. Maffei, M. Gherardi, V. Colombo, C. Fimognari, Oxidants and Redox Signaling: Perspectives in Cancer Therapy, Inflammation, and Plasma Medicine, in press on Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity (2017. M. Gherardi, R. Tonini, V. Colombo, Plasma in dentistry: brief history and current status, in press on Trends in Biotechnology (2017).
born 1953) is an Italian saxophonist and flautist most associated with avant-garde jazz. A founding member of the Italian Instabile Orchestra, Colombo has worked with such musicians as Mario Schiano, Giorgio Gaslini, Steve Lacy, Bruno Tommaso, Maurizio Giammarco, Giancarlo Schiaffini and the band Area.
Eugenio Colombo (born 10 December 1953 in Rome, Italy) is an Italian saxophonist and flautist most associated with avant-garde jazz. Its members include Alberto Mandarini, Bruno Tommaso, Carlo Actis Dato, Daniele Cavallanti, Eugenio Colombo, Giancarlo Schiaffini, Gianluigi Trovesi, Giorgio Gaslini, Giovanni Maier, Guido Mazzon, Mario Schiano, Martin Mayes, Paolo Damiani, Pino Minafra, Sebi Tramontana, Tiziano Tononi, Umberto Petrin, and Vincenzo Mazzone. During these months in which they weren't in the band, the live album Event '76 was recorded at Milan's Università Statale. This was also the last studio album featuring Tofani on guitar.
Curriculum Vitae is a compilation album by recording artists of Nigerian record label Mo' Hits Records, released in 2007, by the label. The album produced five singles-"Why Me (Remix)","Pere", "Ololufe", "Booty Call", and "Move Your Body". 1 Background and recording.
This CD by Eugenio Colombo is the result of decades of efforts. Colombo has absorbed the tradition of jazz (see, . He has studied the musics of North Africa and Arabic music. He must love medieval chants and plainsong. Also featured are the mezzo-soprano Micaela Carosi, Masha Carrera (soprano leggero?) and Elisabetta Scatarzi (soprano). On the Giuditta suite the women are singing from the Book of Judith which is Old Testament Apocrypha and on the Toxon suite they are singing a text from Odysseus. In between the two suites is a duet by Colombo and Tommaso so that all us staid jazz types can relax. The effect particularly on Giuditta is that of polyphonic voices further played off of by a jazz quartet. If the liner notes are to be believed, Carosi engages in an improvised duet with Colombo.
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|A1||Nell'occhio Dell Ciclope||3:03|
|B3||Cambio Di Guardia||2:32|
- Alto Saxophone – Eugenio Colombo (tracks: A1,B3), Torquato Sdrucia (tracks: A3,B4)
- Baritone Saxophone – Eugenio Colombo (tracks: A2,B4)
- Double Bass – Bruno Tommaso (tracks: B1,B2)
- Drums – Ettore Fioravanti (tracks: B1,B2)
- Executive Producer – Alfredo Profeta
- Flute – Eugenio Colombo (tracks: A1,A2,B1), Luca Spagnoletti (tracks: A1)
- Guitar – Massimo Nardi (tracks: B1,B2)
- Producer – Eugenio Colombo
- Soprano Saxophone – Eugenio Colombo (tracks: B2), Francesco Marini (tracks: A3,B4)
- Synthesizer – Luca Spagnoletti (tracks: A1)
- Tenor Saxophone – Stefano Arduini (tracks: A3,B4)