Solo improvisations on the Turkish Clarinet from Claudio Parodi, an Italian classically trained pianist who also works with self-built/self-modified electronics, non-western reeds, and selected percussions.
Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs251
Squidco Product Code: 18794
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded by Paolo Valenti at Loud Music, Genova, Italy on June 9th, 2012.
Claudio Parodi-Turkish clarinet
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1. Heavy Nichel 1 17:54
2. Heavy Nichel 2 11:48
3. Heavy Nichel 3 17:19
4. Heavy Nichel 4 14:34
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
Recordings by or featuring Reed & Wind Players
Solo Artist Recordings
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Solo improvisations on the Turkish Clarinet from Claudio Parodi, and Italian classically trained pianist who also works with self-built/self-modified electronics, non-western reeds, selected percussions.
Parodi has played and recorded with Barre Phillips, Serge Pesce, Patrick Vaillant, Migue? Montanaro, Alain Joule, Edoardo Ricci, Eugenio Sanna, Guylaine Renaud, dancer Laura Banfi, Steve Piccolo, Nino Locatelli, Filippo Monico, Bilux, Roy Paci, DJ Jimmy, DJ Squamo, painter, bass and drums player and vocalist Patrizia Oliva, Giuseppe Ielasi, Cathy Heyden, Jake Kaluna, Roberto Laria, Echo Logico, Roberto Agosta, Mira Calix, poet Marino Ramingo Giusti, Bruno Dorella, Stefania Pedretti, Eleonora Papapietro, Saitoh Tetsu, Bruno Gussoni, Alberto Belli, poet Serge Pey, Riccardo Molpurgo, Paolo Porfiri, Martin O'Loughlin, Marco Cinque, poet Lance Henson, Knarf, Pop, Saalschutz, Suonatori di Sogni, Ron Anderson, Carla Bozulich, Leyna Papach, djwjm, Anna Troisi, Nels Cline, Lullo Mosso, poet Enzo Minarelli, Maramao, Lello Colombo, Claudia Cancellotti, Anna Zecca, Pierpaolo Cimino, Le Quan Ninh, Martine Altenburger, dancer Valerie Metivier, La Fanfare de la Touffe, Ababacar (Abdou) M'Becke, Federick Colombie, Dudu Kouate, DBPIT, Lendormin, Agente Orange, CRAMS Improvisation Collective, Adam Bohnam, Adrian Northover, The Feral Choir (conducted by Phil Minton), Anatrofobia, Sybille Kunz, dancer Cristina Negro and Massaccesi.