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Ramberto Ciammarughi - New Music For Trio (2013)

23-10-2015, 17:01
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Ramberto Ciammarughi - New Music For Trio (2013)

Artist: Ramberto Ciammarughi
Title Of Album: New Music For Trio
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Cam Jazz
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 50:49 min
Total Size: 309 MB / 138 MB


1. Bye Bye Blackbird (6:54)
2. Anabasys (6:39)
3. Johannes B (6:06)
4. B-Loose (5:31)
5. Come Sempre (5:04)
6. Impro Trio (7:34)
7. In D (7:46)
8. W On W (5:32)


Ramberto Ciammarughi - piano;
Miroslav Vitous - double bass;
Gerald Cleaver - drums.

For the first time on CAM JAZZ, Ramberto Ciammarughi, a pianist from Assisi, makes his debut on the Roman label with his "new music for a trio". A top-class trio, with the well-known Miroslav Vitous on double bass and Gerald Cleaver on drums. These two musicians are in perfect harmony with the leader, thanks also to the numerous collaborations during the course of their training.
Ciammarughi wrote almost all of the tracks. He leaves Vitous the honor and task of starting up an excellent “ImproTrio”, which follows an outstanding version of Miles Davis’ “Bye Bye Blackbird” (opening the album), which represent the only exceptions in a musical discourse where the pianist’s style is always easily recognized, rich in touch and in the articulation of the musical architecture. In the overwhelming, intense piece “Anabasys”, we hear Ciammarughi and Vitous out in front, sustaining an obsessive, burning rhythm. The calmness of “ Come Sempre”, some passages of which are almost movie-like, contrasts like chiaroscuro with “B-Loose”, an excellent example, and extremely energetic, of the feeling created by the leader with his valuable travel companions.
This journey confirms Ciammarughi as one of the most polished, original, curious interpreters of his instrument. The musician, who has accustomed us to phases of creativity alternating with moments of silence and thought, is captured here, live, in 2006, recorded during some gigs at the “Teatro dei Riuniti” in Umbertide, not far from his native city of Assisi, and mixed by Miroslav Vitous in Mondovi, at Universal Syncopations Studios.
“New Music for Trio” is a CD to be listened to without a break, like those concerts, in which Ciammarughi asks the audience not to applaud between pieces, so as to keep each listener constantly poised on the edge of emotion. --



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