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Hirpus Trio: Tic Tac

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  • Artist(s): Antonio Fusco, Eric Capone, Luca Roseto
  • Composer(s): Antonio Fusco, Ares Tavolazzi, Eric Capone, Luca Roseto, Mickael Paquier, Paolo Tofani, Patrizio Fariselli
  • EAN Code: 7.46160911779
  • Edition: Da Vinci Jazz
  • Format: 1 Cd
  • Genre: Chamber
  • Instrumentation: Drums, Keyboard, Saxophone
  • Period: Contemporary
  • Publication year: 2020
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“Tic tac” (“ticktock”) – like the tolls of time in an ancient language. A time spent listening to a sound, repeating itself always the same, as a magic spell in preparation for dreaming. Each toll created the ground over which this project would later find roots, making the tree of time sprout. It does not retrace memory, but appropriates the experience of each one of the musicians and intertwines it like branches standing out in the sky of a thick forest – which is our present.

Hirpus trio is a project created by A.Fusco and L. Roseto with the participation of the pianist and composer E. Capone. The union of the three musicians has given shape to a repertoire with authentic sounds, recognizable both in the original compositions and in the revisited pieces and free improvisations. The project represents a mixture of sound streams that guides the listener to embark on an evocative auditory journey.

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Antonio Fusco: Mentioned in the new edition of the New Italian Jazz Dictionary written by Flavio Caprera by Feltrinelli publisher (2014), A.Fusco is credited on over 50 albums as sideman, leader and co-leader. In 2011 has being collaborating with the Italian avant-garde trumpeter Giovanni Falzone’s playing with his Around Ornette 5et (winner of the 2011 contest as Best Album of the Year) and the G.Falzone Contemporary Orchestra's, recording the album “Led Zeppelin Suite”. His press review consists of articles, interviews and reviews on magazines, newspapers and e-zines of high European profile, such as Jazzit Magazine, Musica Jazz, Batteria & Percussioni, Musicateneo, Senza Barcode, La Repubblica, Il Corriere della Sera, Jazz Espresso. He has also been frequently hosted by Radio Broadcastings like Radio Popolare, RADIO RAI 3 Piazza Verdi, JAZZ INSIDE. 2012 he joined the Tino Tracanna Acrobats 5et. The first album was scored the third place in the magazine Musica & Dischi as the best of 2013. In the 2016 the third place as best group of the year in the referendum launched by the national magazine MUSICA JAZZ. He played with Tim Berne, Paolo Fresu, Garrison Fewel, Nick Hampton, Tino Tracanna 5et, Francesco Bearzatti Tinissima, Yuhan Su, Reem Kelani, Henrik Jenesn FB13, Sejin Bae. Since 2017 August he is drums teacher at the Beijing Contemporary Music Academy and he was part as judge and drums teacher in several competitions around China such us the IPEA drums competition and masterclasses at the Shanghai Conservatory.

Eric Capone: Eric Capone is a french pianist, singer and composer, who can play many other instruments.
He started at the age of 5, and since then he has always been attracted by various "happy cross-contaminations" between all types of music, written or free improvised, from different times and places.
Leader of the pop-rock band LA STRADA in France from 90 to 95, he has afterwards gathered, created, and played music on the stages of Europe.
He regulary travels to Africa, often invited for jazz creation exchanges with local traditional musicians, and also to Taiwan to compose soundtracks for environmental movies. He also composes for dance, theater, TV, and cinema.

Luca Roseto: Alto & soprano sax, composer. Born in Avellino in 1975. He started playing at the age of eleven and enrolled in the middle school of the Conservatory of Music "D. Cimarosa" in Avellino. After his classical studies he became more and more passionate about jazz and during his university years, he joined orchestras and musical groups of the Salerno university. In 2003 he discussed his degree thesis in Sociology entitled "THE JAZZ: Historical, Social, Stylistic Analysis" and attended "The Berklee Summer School At Umbria Jazz Clinics" in Perugia. In 2008 he graduated in musical disciplines - jazz saxophone - with full marks at the conservatory "G. Martucci" in Salerno where he has the opportunity to study with prominent musicians (Giovanni Amato, Daniele Scannapieco, Pino Iodice, Jerry Popolo etc. ). He joined master classes and seminars held by world-renowned musicians (Elvin Jones, Bobby McFerrin, Stefano di Battista, Giovanni Tommaso, Stefano Bollani, Dario Deidda etc.). He performed at international level festivals (European Jazz Expo, Umbria Jazz 2002/2003, Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto, Les Man Jazz Festival, Val Bonne Jazz Festival, Copenhagen Jazz Festival) and collaborated with numerous important artists. He participated as a sideman in the creation of several CDs (Take the “U” Train, Next Station, B.B.Orkestra-Swing Pop etc.). In 2017 the release of the first album in his name entitled “Irpinia” accompanie

Composer(s)

Antonio Fusco: Mentioned in the new edition of the New Italian Jazz Dictionary written by Flavio Caprera by Feltrinelli publisher (2014), A.Fusco is credited on over 50 albums as sideman, leader and co-leader. In 2011 has being collaborating with the Italian avant-garde trumpeter Giovanni Falzone’s playing with his Around Ornette 5et (winner of the 2011 contest as Best Album of the Year) and the G.Falzone Contemporary Orchestra's, recording the album “Led Zeppelin Suite”. His press review consists of articles, interviews and reviews on magazines, newspapers and e-zines of high European profile, such as Jazzit Magazine, Musica Jazz, Batteria & Percussioni, Musicateneo, Senza Barcode, La Repubblica, Il Corriere della Sera, Jazz Espresso. He has also been frequently hosted by Radio Broadcastings like Radio Popolare, RADIO RAI 3 Piazza Verdi, JAZZ INSIDE. 2012 he joined the Tino Tracanna Acrobats 5et. The first album was scored the third place in the magazine Musica & Dischi as the best of 2013. In the 2016 the third place as best group of the year in the referendum launched by the national magazine MUSICA JAZZ. He played with Tim Berne, Paolo Fresu, Garrison Fewel, Nick Hampton, Tino Tracanna 5et, Francesco Bearzatti Tinissima, Yuhan Su, Reem Kelani, Henrik Jenesn FB13, Sejin Bae. Since 2017 August he is drums teacher at the Beijing Contemporary Music Academy and he was part as judge and drums teacher in several competitions around China such us the IPEA drums competition and masterclasses at the Shanghai Conservatory.

Eric Capone: Eric Capone is a french pianist, singer and composer, who can play many other instruments.
He started at the age of 5, and since then he has always been attracted by various "happy cross-contaminations" between all types of music, written or free improvised, from different times and places.
Leader of the pop-rock band LA STRADA in France from 90 to 95, he has afterwards gathered, created, and played music on the stages of Europe.
He regulary travels to Africa, often invited for jazz creation exchanges with local traditional musicians, and also to Taiwan to compose soundtracks for environmental movies. He also composes for dance, theater, TV, and cinema.

Luca Roseto: Alto & soprano sax, composer. Born in Avellino in 1975. He started playing at the age of eleven and enrolled in the middle school of the Conservatory of Music "D. Cimarosa" in Avellino. After his classical studies he became more and more passionate about jazz and during his university years, he joined orchestras and musical groups of the Salerno university. In 2003 he discussed his degree thesis in Sociology entitled "THE JAZZ: Historical, Social, Stylistic Analysis" and attended "The Berklee Summer School At Umbria Jazz Clinics" in Perugia. In 2008 he graduated in musical disciplines - jazz saxophone - with full marks at the conservatory "G. Martucci" in Salerno where he has the opportunity to study with prominent musicians (Giovanni Amato, Daniele Scannapieco, Pino Iodice, Jerry Popolo etc. ). He joined master classes and seminars held by world-renowned musicians (Elvin Jones, Bobby McFerrin, Stefano di Battista, Giovanni Tommaso, Stefano Bollani, Dario Deidda etc.). He performed at international level festivals (European Jazz Expo, Umbria Jazz 2002/2003, Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto, Les Man Jazz Festival, Val Bonne Jazz Festival, Copenhagen Jazz Festival) and collaborated with numerous important artists. He participated as a sideman in the creation of several CDs (Take the “U” Train, Next Station, B.B.Orkestra-Swing Pop etc.). In 2017 the release of the first album in his name entitled “Irpinia” accompanied by the talented accordionist Carmine Ioanna.

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