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Catalog ID: SHCD 153
Squidco Product Code: 6148
Packaging: Jewel Tray
The session was recorded: October 16th, 2000, at the Sala Xochipilli of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Mexico City, Mexico, and produced by Emilio Lluis Puebla, Heinz Geisser and Guerino Mazzola. The live mix to two channel DAT recording was engineered by Roberto de Elías Pous and mastered using the Sonic Solutions system by Aldo Borrelli at Disctronics, Tribiano-Milano, Italy. The production master was manufactured by Rune Person, at R.P. Recording, Skärholmen, Sweden. The booklet photos are by Manfred Ziegele. Front cover art by Håkan Rehnberg. Compact disc design and layout by Jörgen Renhorn. Executive Producers for Silkheart Records are Keith Knox and FSMAB
Guerino Mazzola-Bosendorfer grand piano
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1. The Man of the Sun(Mazzola / Geisser) 27:12
2. Sacrifice of the Dancer (Mazzola / Geisser) 25:27
3. Fiery Mirror (Mazzola / Geisser) 9:25
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"Swiss drummer Heinz Geisser and pianist Guerino Mazzola have worked together since 1994, dovetailing their considerable creative energies into an ever-closer musical symbiosis. This recording was made in Mexico City in October 2000 under the best possible circumstances. A CD was played in the limousine which drove the duo to this concert of Rachmaninoff's 'Corelli Variations', a reworking of a theme that had appeared earlier in Corelli's 12th Violin Sonata in D minor. Even at that time it was a found theme originating in the 'Folia' madness, a fertility dance from the late 15th century. Rachmaninoff's 'Folia' theme became a crucial agent in the Mexico City performance. As Mazzola reported, 'You can in fact hear this short theme all over the concert and it turned out that it fits incredibly well in my own harmonic, melodic and rhythmic strategies.' Geisser and Mazzola decided to call this CD Folia for its spontaneous mixture of madness and control. Their musical and improvisational abilities as a duo are nothing short of sensational throughout this exciting session."-Silkheart. Liner notes by Stuart Broomer
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