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Celano / Badenhorst / Baggiani: Lili & Marlene (Clean Feed)

Expanding the long-running Celano/Baggiani Group of guitarist Guillermo Celano and drummer Marcos Baggiani with clarinetist and saxophonist Joachim Badenhorst, this trio works to re-imagine the boundaries between composition and improvisation, between conventional harmony and abstract sound explorations through melody, groove and texture.
 

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Joachim Badenhorst-clarinet, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone

Guillermo Celano-electric guitar

Marcos Baggiani-drums


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UPC: 5609063004762

Label: Clean Feed
Catalog ID: CF476
Squidco Product Code: 26171

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2018
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Studio Dirk, in Amsterdam, Holland, in November 2016, by Dirk Hooglandt.

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"In 2013 and specially for the Composition Assignment of the North Sea Jazz Festival, they came forth with a new line up of this band, one of the musicians being the Belgium clarinetist Joachim Badenhorst, mentor of the Carate Urio Orchestra and part of bands like Moogil, Tony Malaby's novela and Baloni. This trio is a derivation of that partnership, committed to open new musical spaces in a more intimate context, re-imagining the boundaries between composition and improvisation and between conventional harmony and abstract sound explorations. "Lili and Marleen" is a marvellous accomplishment of this non-exclusivist approach; melody, groove and textural / timbral work co-existing without preconceptions of any sort. The Argentinean roots of both Baggiani and Celano can be sensed here and there; an amalgam of postmodern creative music with traces of nuevo tango and chacarera. This is the kind of mix that someone like Badenhorst would appreciate, always searching for the maximum aesthetic elasticity and for cross-current audiences."-Clean Feed


Artist Biographies

"Joachim Badenhorst (°1981 Antwerp) has been active in the experimental and improvised music scene in Europe and abroad for the past 15 years. Following his master degree in jazz studies at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague, he has since divided his time between Belgium and cities in the US and Europe, collaborating and recording with jazz and experimental music ensembles and artists, such as Han Bennink, Tony Malaby and Noël Akchoté while incessantly exploring the visceral elements of sound. His output ranges from solo improvisation to leading large formations, such as his own Carate Urio Orchestra.

Badenhorst is artistically interested in integrating ideas from various different art medias into his musical compositions. He also takes deep interest in revealing the inherent relation between contemporary and traditional musics, having collaborated with traditional musicians from Turkey and Japan, and toured in China with reinterpreted traditional Chinese music.

In recent years, Badenhorst is contemplating the evanescent site specificity of sound as well as the relation between space and sound. In recent years, his work has taken a deeper focus on composition, namely that of computer­based composition and processing. Through continual research and experiment, he delves into a re­imagination of the boundaries between improvisation and composition, of abstract sound explorations and harmonic passage, and continues to attempt at a personal aesthetic language that interact with spaces and engage with different audiences.

Badenhorst appears on over 50 cd's on over 10 record labels. In 2012, he launched his own label KLEIN, as a creative platform to initiate collaborations, experiment and play with unconventional design, and as an outlet for fringe musical projects.

Since 2010 Badenhorst has been developing his solo programme consisting of improvisations and compositions for solo acoustic and electro­acoustic wind instruments."

-Joachim Badenhorst Website (http://joachimbadenhorst.com/bio_photo.html)
5/15/2024

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"Guitarist and composer Guillermo Celano, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1977. After finishing his musical education at the E.M.P.A. (in Bs.As.) he traveled to Amsterdam where he got his Master degree in music at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.

During his student period he took lessons with many different musicians: Lee Konitz, Ben Street, Ben Monder, Chris Cheek, Mark Turner, Matt Penmann, Peter Bernstein, Nestor Crespo, David Horta, Jesse van Ruller, Arnold Dooyeweerd, Maarten v.d Grinten, John Ruocco and many others.

After finishing his master he followed composition lesson in Amsterdam with master composer Pablo Escande.

Producer:

Guillermo has produced about 10 cd's as a band leader and many more as a side man.

His main projects are:

C.B.G (Celano/Baggiani Group)

This group has meanwhile released 6 CDs already: Michael Moore on alt sax and clarinet, Sven Schuster on Double bass and Marcos Baggiani on drums. On the last two CDs Nothing changes (2008) and Alienology (2010) by Trytone Records Gorka Benitez joins the band with tenor sax.

In october 2011 the band expanded the line up to a sextet for the tour in Holland. The quartet teamed up with tenorist Ellery Eskelin and pianist Sylvie Courvoisier.

In 2012 the band has taken a new form and will be working in quartet with some wonderful young musicians: Joachim Badenhorst on tenor sax, clarinet and bass clarinet and with Clemens van der Feen on double bass. In 2015 the 5th album of the band came out by Trytone records."

-Guillermo Celano Website (https://guillermocelano.com/about/)
5/15/2024

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"Marcos Baggiani: Iam a musician, drummer, composer and producer. I was born in Buenos Aires, 1973. It was from this place that I begun playing drums. In 2001 I moved to Amsterdam to study at the Conservatory, gaining an MA in Jazz. Since then I live and evolve in Amsterdam, a world wide known hot spot of the improv music scene.

I've been twice convened for International projects representing the Dutch arts: "Jazz Plays Europe 2009" & "Take 5 Europe II 2013".

In 2004 (and until 2006) I've created and curated -together with dancer Valeria Primost- The Meeting Point, a music&dance laboratory that run monthly at Bimhuis; what today functions as Monday Match.

Between 2006 and 2012 I have curated the Trytone Fest at Zaal 100.Trytone is musicians' collective and record label, I'm one of its artistic leaders.


I would like to mention some of my present projects, please check these and more in this web page under BANDS.

Jerboah: Art Rock, post grunge funky pop, indie classical, etc...Brechtje van Dijk | vocals, synth, Sarah Jeffery | recorders, vocals, Josephine Bode | recorders,vocals, Dodo Kis | Ewi, recorders, vocals; Jornt Duyx | guitar, synth, vocals and me.

C.B.G (Celano/Baggiani Group), performing improvised & composed music utilizing our shared background and common curiosity as the basis. Different line ups have joined Celano and me in this musical journey, including: Joachim Badenhorst, Clemens van der Feen, Natalio Sued, Michael Moore, Gorka Benitez, Sven Schuster, among others.


bAgg*fisH: a duo with Michael Fischer (A)- founder and conductor of the Vienna Improv Orchestra, saxophonist, feedback and violin player- performing improvised music and exploring and retracing the principles of sound and communication.
Other international collaborations within this Dutch/Austro duo included: Burton Greene (USA), Wilbert de Joode, Eric Boeren, Oscan Jan Hoogland, Dirk Bruinsma (NL) Felicity Provan & Hilary Jefferrey (AU), Gregorio Kazakoff (ES), the Vienna Improv Orchestra.

The Ambush Party Together with Natalio Sued (tenor sax), Oscar Jan Hoogland (pno) and Harald Austbo (cello), a band devoted to composition in real time.

Lily's deja vu. Intensity, joy and deepness work together within composed material and improvisations. Ingrid Laubrock (sx), Guille Celano (gr), Jasper Stadhouders (bs) and I.




Together with these and other groups, I've performed at stages such as North Sea Jazz Festival, Bimhuis (NL), Moers Festival, Bochum Jazz Fest & Jazz Ofencive Fest (DE), 12 Points (IE), Budapest Music Center (H), Austrian Cultural Forum NYC & Sonic Circuits Fest. (EEUU), ArraySpace (CA), Jamboree, Sunset & Jimmy Glass (ES), Le Petit Faucheux, Banlieues bleues & Universite de Toulouse (FR), Buenos Aires Jazz Fest (AR), Centro Cultural Sao Paulo (BR), JazzTopad Fest (PL), Molde Jazz Fest & Victoria Natjonal Jazzscene (NO), London Jazz Fest, Manchester Jazz Fest & Café Oto (UK), ArtActs (A), Cerkno Jazz Fest. (SL), a.o.

I should mention many more people and bands, so many souls I love to play with and that inspire to keep on creating and working.



Collaborations in different levels include great international improvisers such as Ellery Eskelin, Sylvie Courvoisier, David Kweksilver, John Edwards, Ernst Rijsiger, Airelle Besson, Han Bennink, Daisuke Terauchi, Wolter Wiorbos, Achim Kaufmann, London Improvisers Orchestra, Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, John Dikeman, Andy Moor, Luc ex, Shazahd Ismaily, Lina Allemano, Michael Vatcher, Gonzo Almeida, Steve Heather; and from Argentina Rodrigo Dominguez, Juan Arredondo, Jeronimo Carmona, Hernán Merlo, Santiago Vazquez, Wenchi Lazo, Enrique Norris, Pato Carpossi, Miguel Tarzia, Carlos Campos, Paco Weht, Ada Rave, Nico Chientaroli, a.o.


I give drum lessons at Muziekpak huis in Amsterdam and workshops about drums and improvisation wherever it comes. Activities that provide great inspiration.

I've been teaching at the Amsterdam Drummers day (2014 & 2015) and I have coached bigband's rhythm sections.

As I mention before I work within dance and other interdisciplinary art forms such as theatre, poetry, video, etc. Please check "interdisciplinary work" for more info on this topic.

Finally I would like to mention my profound interest and ongoing studies in the areas related to psychophysics, especially the Alexander Technique -that has been my constant inspiration during the last years to continue playing and working- as well as other related practices such as Feldenkrais, Fedora Aberastury, Tai chi, Yoga and Tensegrity."

-Marcos Baggiani Website (http://www.marcosbaggiani.com/p/about-me.html)
5/15/2024

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Track Listing:



1. By Norbert Schulze 6:06

2. Inferno Baby 5:41

3. Cain & Abel 6:07

4. Los Gauchos-Celano 5:18

5. Comacina Dreaming 6:24

6. Abel & Cain 3:17

7. Paranoid 7:50

8. Pupupupo 3:25

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Clean Feed
Jazz
Free Improvisation
European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms
Trio Recordings

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