The collection

Hello again!

Putting together a great score collection with the music, solos and charts of John Jorgenson best songs. It’s a pleasure to work with Mr. P on these drafts.

More soon!

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Al Brown Blues Band in town

Hello…excited to play again together with the band on Friday and Saturday!

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I Marrano feat. Spider Man

 

Thanks to I Marrano for the chance to arrange some of the greatest songs in the world and many many thanks to Spider Man to be there too!

 

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Lem Gig

Ready to take off!
Barbara is leading the band tonight.
Good fun!

Thanks to CoronaLux

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Così

 

Listen to what you can find on your surfin’ way…!

 

TRICHORDAL MUSIC

“Trichordal music (or musica tricordale) makes use of the “trichordal technique”.
Trichordal technique is a new pitch-set designed to compose music based on what is called the “two-tone trichord”.
The “two-tone trichord” is a group of three pitches of the tempered scale consisting of two whole tones: for example A – G – F, without any semitones between the three pitches.
This small entity deliberately and historically aims to remind us of the Greek tetrachord, the difference being that the tetrachord uses a pitch-entity of 4 sounds instead of the 3 of trichordal technique.
After long reflection on the quality and weight of the sounds used to generate compositions, and also on the too limited octave space that contained all the past composition techniques that used the tempered scale, whether tonal or total-chromatic, Francesco Valdambrini decided to initiate the trichordal set at a time when the twelve
tones (or, as Schoenberg would say, the pantonal 12 sound) were being arranged side-by-side and superimposed without any difference in weight and dignity, creating – through “atonal music”, dodecaphonic music, structural music, etc. – a huge number of total-chromatic works that offer the ear a sense of hearing and taste deriving from
the almost constant presence of all the twelve tones. The clusters also continue to confirm the twelve-tone ghetto within the octave range.
The “trichordal idea” comes into being as a reaction against the ageing of the total-chromatic sense of hearing, which runs the risk of monotonous greyness with its constant insistence on the equality of weight and quality of the twelve tones and on the quantitative limits of their number: i.e. just twelve tones.”
(From La musica tricordale published by Arca Musica Trento)

For a complete Italian survey of this topic, please refer to this link!

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Idem as below

Under attack…!

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Auto Generation – Braystorm

Fried Future · Franz Bazzani Braystorm ℗
2017 Franz Bazzani Released on: 2017-12-20
Auto-generated by YouTube.

Hello youtubers, sometimes you don’t know who to thank…
This time is for the Youtube auto-generation!

If you feel like spend some time in listening some music
please auto-listen this auto-production!

If you have more time than one song don’t miss this chance!

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Teatro Romano – Casarotti and Friends 2018

 

Thanks to Alberto Casalini

 

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More than a rocknroller

 

Good morning!

Have you been there?

Small place big gigs!

 

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Back to school

 

One more chance my friends! We have so much work to do.

Thanks to Moreno Zanardo

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