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Stefania Tallini* & Gabriel Grossi
Discos: Jazz / MPB


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Sello Alfa Music
Estilo Jazz / MPB
Año de Edición Original 2022


Stefania Tallini (piano), Gabriel Grossi (armónica)

Participación especial de: Jaques Morelenbaum (cello).

Edición en formato Digipack.

Precioso proyecto en formato de duo -elegantísimo y en perfecta sintonía- de la pianista, compositora y arreglista italiana Stefania Tallini (Catanzaro, Calabria, 1966) y el 'gaitista' y compositor brasiliense Gabriel Grossi (Gabriel de Araújo Grossi) (Brasília DF, 1978).

"A dazzling encounter between two illustrious representatives of the Italian and Brazilian music scene: Stefania Tallini, one of the most interesting and original Italian jazz pianists, composers and arrangers of her generation; Gabriel Grossi, one of the greatest harmonica players in the world, considered by Toots Thielemans himself as his heir. Two excellent instrumentalists and composers for a unique project which blends the suggestions of the harmonica with those of the piano, in a dimension without boundaries of places and genres. A project which combines original compositions inspired by the classics of Bach, Chopin, Piazzolla with arrangements of works by Morricone, Puccini, Jobim and Villa Lobos in a totally personal expression characteristic of this Italian-Brazilian duo."

"Stefania Tallini is one of the most appreciated jazz pianists and composers, who has defined her career in a peculiar and original piano and compositional language in which influences from jazz, classical and Brazilian music blend. She is the author of 11 records as a leader and has collaborated and collaborates with great names on the world scene, such as: Jaques Morelenbaum, Gregory Hutchinson, Guinga, Gabriel Grossi, John Taylor, Enrico Pieranunzi, Dino and Franco Piana, Stefano Di Battista, Gabriele Mirabassi, Roberto Gatto, Dario Deidda, Michele Rabbia, Javier Girotto, Enrico Intra and the Civic Jazz Band, Tiago Amud, Hans Teuber. And in the classical field: Corrado Giuffredi, Alessandro Carbonare, Simone and Federico Nicoletta, Phoebe Ray, Natalia Suhaveric. Her music was performed, among other things, at the Festival of Nations, at the Cité De La Musique in Strasbourg, at the Universidad De Las Artes in Havana, at the Pharos Art Foundation in Cyprus. She has performed several times as part of the Quirinale Concerts and in the most important international festivals, in Italy, France, Germany, Lithuania, the United States, Israel.
Gabriele Grossi is considered one of the best harmonica players in the world and one of the most important instrumentalists of Brazilian music. He has a well-established solo career at home and abroad, is a prolific producer, composer and is always involved in major projects. With thirteen albums recorded in his name, countless recordings and shows on all continents, he participated and collaborated with great names in national and international music, such as: Hermeto Pascoal, Chico Buarque, Milton Nascimento, Jacob Collier, Snarky Puppy, Winton Marsalis, Djavan, Ivan Lins, Ed Motta, João Donato, Guinga, Lenine, Dominguinhos, Dave Mathews, among many others. Gabriel, who Toots Thielemans himself considered to be his heir to the throne, established himself as one of the biggest names in harmonica in the world and one of the most talented and prominent Brazilian instrumental musicians and composers."


CD 1
A Veva
Stefania Tallini
Stefania Tallini, Gabriel Grossi & Jaques Morelenbaum
Gabriel Grossi
O mio babbino caro
Giacomo Puccini
Festa no sertão
Heitor Villa-Lobos
Olha Maria
Antonio Carlos Jobim (Tom Jobim) - Francisco Buarque de Hollanda (Chico Buarque) - Vinicius de Moraes
Stefania Tallini, Gabriel Grossi & Jaques Morelenbaum
Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
Ennio Morricone
Stefania Tallini
Stefania Tallini, Gabriel Grossi & Jaques Morelenbaum
Stefania Tallini - Gabriel Grossi
Na villa do Bach
Gabriel Grossi - Stefania Tallini
Nossa valsa
Gabriel Grossi
Stefania Tallini, Gabriel Grossi & Jaques Morelenbaum