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Nadzharov / Chichilin / Stolyar: NaChiSto (Creative Sources)

Spontaneous compositions of freely improvised music performed on piano, synth, whistles, electroacoustic guitar, percussion, live electronics and effects from this trio who hail from Moscow and Siberia, recording their unique and adventurous dialog in the studio.
 

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Alexey Nadzharov-live electronics

Alexey Chichilin-electroacoustic guitar, percussion, effects

Roman Stolyar-piano, synthesizers, whistles


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UPC: 5609063403367

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs336
Squidco Product Code: 22049

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2016
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded and mixed by Alexey Nadzharov at Ground Peschanaya, Moscow, July 7, 2015.

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"Alexey Nadzharov is a composer and electronic musician from Moscow. Alexey Chchilin is a guitarist, also from Moscow. Roman Stoylar is a pianist and composer from Siberia. All three are improvisers. The first syllables of their surnames from Russian word "Nachisto" which, depending on context, can be translated as "totally" or "clearly". For this album, it seems that the meaning "totally" is more appropriate than "clearly". The music recorded this album is TOTALLY improvised, though we suppose its spontaneous nature can be UNCLEAR for some listeners. One can hardly find any CLEAR style this music would belong to, while someone could guess that this music tends to embrace all existing styles and genres in TOTAL. So hoping that this album makes a listener being TITALLY involved, we prefer to call it 'TOTALLY". So, be TOTALLY in. Enjoy."-from the liner notes


Artist Biographies

"Born in 1983 in Moscow, Russia. Began to study music since 7 y.o. and also began to compose music at this time. Later also studied jazz piano, alto saxophone and electronic music.

In 1997 entered Moscow Ippolitov-Ivanov college on music theory and composition department, studied in R.Zatikyan and A.Flyarkovskiy classes. After graduating college in 2001 entered Moscow State Consevatory, composition department, U.Vorontsov class. Graduated it in 2006 and now stuying on post-graduate courses.

During the studies at Conservatory has participated in master-classes of T.Murail, G.Rebel, I.Geslin, Ph.Hurel, M.Padding .

-"Crystal Kamerton" young composers competition - diploma (2001) in "vocal music" nomination, also laureate diploma in "jazz composition" -Participant of "New music on old instruments" project, Moscow, 2003 -Participant of "Youth academies of Russia" young composers festival, 2005 -Laureate of D.Shostakowitch composers competition 2006 (Moscow-St.Petersburg) -Laureate of Moscow Conservatory improvised music competitions (2004 and 2006)"

-Alexey Nadzharov Website (http://alexnadzharov.ru/en/?page_id=2)
6/17/2024

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"Roman Stolyar (born December 6, 1967) is a Russian composer, piano improviser and educator.

Born in Novosibirsk, Siberia, in a family of engineers, Stolyar graduated from Novosibirsk College of Music as a jazz pianist and from Novosibirsk State Concervatoire as a composer of contemporary and electronic music.

As an improviser, he has collaborated with Dominic Duval, William Parker, Vinny Golia, Stephen Nachmanovitch, Marco Eneidi, Weasel Walter, Susan Allen, Tanya Kalmanovitch, Oliver Lake, Assif Tsahar, Glen Hall, Thomas Buckner, Martin Kuchen, Ed Sarath, Jin Hi Kim, Ilia Belorukov, Sergey Letov and others.

His music has been released on labels Cadence Jazz, Electroshock Records, SoLyd, Ayler Records, NewFolder2, and Ermatell Records.

He is currently employed as an educator at Novosibirsk College of Music, and music director of Novosibirsk State Theatre "Globe". He is a member of the Russian Composers Union and member of the Advisory Council of International Society for Improvised Music.

His book Modern Improvisation: A Practical Guide for Piano was published in Russia in 2010."

-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_Stolyar)
6/17/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Trio I 32:04

2. Duo 16:27

3. Trio II 16:24

Related Categories of Interest:


Improvised Music
Electro-Acoustic
Electro-Acoustic Improv
European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms
Trio Recordings
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