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Bacci, Chiara / Nicola Lancerotti: Settembre [CASSETTE w/ DOWNLOAD] (Tsss Tapes)

Two mysteriously veiled electroacoustic improvisations recorded live at Maison des musiques, in Brussels, Belgium between performers Nicola Lancerotti, an Italian-born double bassist & sound artist, and sound artist Chiara Bacci, using glitch, veiled voices, synthetics and acousmatic sources, packaged in a sparkly green tinted cassette with download code.
 

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Label: Tsss Tapes
Catalog ID: TST040
Squidco Product Code: 33983

Format: CASSETTE
Condition: New
Released: 2023
Country: Italy
Packaging: Cassette
Recorded at the Maison des musiques, in Brussels, Belgium, on September 12th, 13th and 14th, 2022.

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Two mysteriously veiled electroacoustic improvisations recorded live at Maison des musiques, in Brussels, Belgium between performers Nicola Lancerotti, an Italian-born double bassist & sound artist, and sound artist Chiara Bacci, using glitch, veiled voices, synthetics and acousmatic sources, packaged in a sparkly green tinted cassette with download code.


Artist Biographies

Nicola Lancerotti, doublebass, modular and tapes, born August 18, 1975 in Padova, Italy.

"In 1994 he enrolled in the Aerospace Department of the University of Pisa and became Engineer in 2003. Progressively introduced to the academic world of music by the hand of Master Nino Pellegrini, he started to learn jazz doublebass at the private school Scuola di Musica "G. Bonamici" in Pisa, in 2000. He simultaneously worked with school combos lead by Andrea Pellegrini with monographic project on Mingus, Monk and Parker. He took part into workshops for talented musicians with Italian doublebass players Paolino Dalla Porta (Pisa, 2000) and Furio Di Castri (Terni, 2001). He took part into a special 2 year course oriented to the "Piano trio language" with pianist Enio Corsaro and drummer Roberto Traverso. Masters Stefano Battaglia, Paolino Dalla Porta and Fabrizio Sferra taught the course. And as a result of their trio's work over a year time, they were awarded the first prize First Pisa Jazz Contest in 2002. Later that year, he followed the prestigious SIENAJAZZ Summer Workshops. He increased his skills studying jazz doublebass with Master Pietro Leveratto, combo class and refined ear training with Master Pietro Tonolo and theory and analysis with Stefano Zenni. In 2003 he was granted a place for studies on jazz doublebass class at The Hague Conservatory, in the Netherlands. In 2004 he switched to Brussels Conservatory where he studied for two years with Bart De Nolf, Diederik Wissels, Jeroen Van Herzeele, among others. His performances since 2002 have taken him to play in many jazz and nonjazz clubs in Italy, Belgium, France, Switzerland and Germany with various bands, all of which were rich in sound diversity, techniques and repertoire; from the duo to the Big Band, from gipsy jazz to avantgarde, including singersongwriters Brazùk (FR) and SilverJunkie (B). At present he's leading his own group, a two saxesbassdrums quartet with which he's trying to meet the jazz tradition with the innovation of purely improvised music. He's also coleading Kroon Trio with pianist Eve Beuvens and clarinettist Jordi Grognard and "Remember Frank?" with drummer Tommaso Cappellato and sax player Jordi Grognard."

-Jazz in Belgium (https://jazzinbelgium.be/en/people/musicians/837/nicola-lancerotti)
7/10/2024

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Track Listing:



SIDE A



1. Nove 1:19

SIDE B



1. Sette 5:36

2. Due 6:44

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