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Rudi Records calling: Sounds Of Hope
(Published: January 20, 2015)

New Release:
Sounds Of Hope
by Daniele Cavallanti &
The Milano Contemporary Art Ensemble

RRJ1026 Rudi Records 2015

Daniele Cavallanti, ts
Riccardo Luppi, sax, flute
Gianluca Elia, ts, bass sax
Massimo Falascone, bs, contrabass sax
Francesco Chiapperini, bc, as, fl
Luca Calabrese, trumpet;
Beppe Caruso, trombone
Paolo Botti viola, cornet
Gianluca Alberti, double bass
Valerio Della Fonte, double bass
Toni Boselli, drums
Tiziano Tononi, drums, percussion

After the outstanding Faces and Tales, Daniele Cavallanti is back on Rudi Records with a new, celebrative album. In his over forty years career, the Milano based saxophone player has often been working with large ensembles (Nexus Orchestra, Jazz Chromatic Ensemlbe, Instabile...). The Milano Contemporary Art Ensemble is based on this experience; a large ensemble which is a real "manifesto" of the present creative scene of Milano. Cavallanti presents a dense repertoire both of original music with dedications to Joe Henderson, Sam Rivers, Anthony Braxton and Roscoe Mitchell, as well as Wayne Shorter and Mongezi Feza's arrangements like the irresistible "Sonia" and epic "You Ain't Gonna Know Me ‘Cos You Think You Know Me". The Ensemble is formed by 14 musicians ranging from some "veterans" of the milanese jazz scene like Riccardo Luppi, Angiolo Tarocchi, Massimo Falascone, Alberto Tacchini, Luca Calabrese, Beppe Caruso, Paolo Botti and the inseparable Tiziano Tononi. The music flows both lyrical and impetuous between different and strict collective organizations and wide sections for the various soloists.

More Information: http://www.rudirecords.com/albums/171-sounds-of-hope

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