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Creative uses of percussion from Italian drummers Giacomo Salis and Paolo Sanna, who explore gesture, movement, listening, and the investigation of natural materials and found objects, in five studio tracks that present the results of their research in both rhythmic sections and sections of abstract sound, honed from concerts, studio albums, and a collaboration with Jeph Jerman.
 

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Giacomo Salis-percussion, objects

Paolo Sanna-percussion, objects


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Label: Confront
Catalog ID: ccs 85
Squidco Product Code: 25655

Format: CDR
Condition: New
Released: 2018
Country: UK
Packaging: Cardstock Gatefold Sleeve, Sealed
Recorded at Giacomo's studio, in San Sperate, Italy, in February, 2017, by Tom Riethauser.

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"The music of Giacomo and Paolo Sanna is devoted to sound experimentation. It examines sound, silence, noise and employs extended tecniques and prepared set. Free improvisation allows the duo to fathom the different possibilities offered by drums and percussions. The ultimate result of this approach is a general sense of balance. The percussion tradition of the free-American and the post free-European school, classical contemporary music and popular music from around the world are the foundations of the duos sound research. After several concerts and studio albums (including the collaboration with sound artist Jeph Jerman, released last year on Confront recordings), "Humyth" focuses and summarizes their research based on gesture, movement, listening, investigation of natural materials and found objects. This album is dedicated to Steve Reid."-Confront


Artist Biographies

Italian percussionist Giacomo Salis is known as the drummer for Chemical Marriage, Lady Radiator, Dancefloor Stompers and various solo project, with a passion for cut-up sound and the exploration of noise music.

-Squidco 2/16/2024

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Paolo Sanna: Drummer/Percussionist. Sound performer. Independent artist. Musician, Improviser & selfnoisemaker... Drum/percussion teacher. He is interested in the sound, silence, noise, experimentation, musical research and decontraction. He plays Prepared Drum/Percussion set, Objects and...

MUSICAL PROJECTS:

* Paolo Sanna - Percussion Solo

* OnGaku2 - Elia Casu / Paolo Sanna Duo.

Paolo Sanna: Prepared drum set / Percussion.

Elia Casu: Prepared el.guit / electrons.

* Collettivo di Resistenza Culturale.

Paolo Sanna, Elia Casu & Musicians...

* OKRA Percussion Project.Conducted by P.S.

* SOUND ACTION

*Giacomo Salis / Paolo Sanna Percussion duo.-Paolo Sanna Website (http://paoperc.wixsite.com/paolosannaperc)
2/16/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Untitled 10:58

2. Untitled 9:16

3. Untitled 7:25

4. Untitled 4:47

5. Untitled 10:40

Related Categories of Interest:


Improvised Music
Free Improvisation
Objects and Home-made Instruments
European Improvisation and Experimental Forms
Duo Recordings

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