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    ImaginaryBrazil

    ImaginaryBrazil 証聲音樂圖書館

    2019-09-21 西洋/演奏/心靈紓壓
    Corciolli born in São Paulo 1968, starting his classical piano studies at age 13 with Mrs Nair Tabet, disciple of Magdalena Tagliaferro, improving his knowledge of harmony and improvisation with piano jazz player Mr. Cacho Souza. Fascinated by the sonic possibilities of electronic synthesizers, he starts playing with musicians and friends of the neighborhood and, in 1988, already attending the college of architecture, is invited to join the band of renowned instrumental musician Celso Pixinga. Then joins the flamenco rumba group Espirito Cigano, performing on TV shows and touring all over Brazil. After a year of intense touring and exhausting life on the road, leaves the group to find his own melodies. <br /> <br />In 1993 releases the first solo album "All That Binds Us", founding the label Azul Music. In 26 years of career, has produced a remarkable repertoire, featured in 32 solo albums and numerous other projects, reaching the mark of over 2 million CDs sold; He has participated in international collections alongside artists such as Vangelis, Hans Zimmer, Sarah Brightman and Luciano Pavarotti, among others, and in recent years has devoted himself to the composition of film soundtracks, where he incorporates the language of synthesizers into orchestral sounds. <br /> <br />Corciolli presents his new album IMAGINARY BRAZIL, to be released worldwide on September 13, 2019; The album features 10 unpublished compositions of his own, inspired by an “imaginary” Brazil, where legends, characters, places and period are mixed in reality and fantasy. Choosing the piano as the main instrument in his compositional process, Corciolli builds musical dialogues with Pablo de Leon's violin and Raïff Dantas Barreto's cello, Spalla and 1st cello of the São Paulo Municipal Symphony Orchestra. On the album, he navigates the tradition of European classical music, adding elements of African and Indigenous music, and blends epic percussions with the hybrid orchestras of acoustic and electronic instruments. <br /> <br />The album features themes such as “Vila Rica”, inspired by the life and work of Aleijadinho (“Little Cripple”), genius of Latin America baroque; “Sonata Cabocla”, which describes a day in the simple life of a “good worker” caboclo in the deep interior of Brazil; “Eyes of the Jaguar,” inspired by the secret of fire, according to an ancient legend of the Suruí people of Rondônia, lived in the eyes of jaguars until stolen by the Orobab bird. <br /> <br />In this imaginary world, Corciolli also flirts with the metaphysical universe, sometimes visiting the silence as he faces and transcends the loneliness of the human being in “Prelúdio Silencioso No. 1”; Sometimes extolling the saga of the northeastern people, who even punished in the backlands, lives in hope and faith (“Into the Backlands”); Already in "Relicarium", it portrays the ability we have to build within us, little "churches", which keep the relics of our memories, the secrets of our ancestors or simply the unfulfilled dreams ... <br /> <br />The composer also proposes reflections that warn of deforestation and the devastation of forests, aggravated by the disregard of the authorities (“Tears of the Rainforest”); Or painfully remember the horrors of slavery, from overseas on slave ships to forced labor on the farms of the rich white lords (“Quilombo”); It reminds us of the arrival of European navigators in the new world, conquerors who take the land that does not belong to them, decimating civilizations and leaving a trail of violence and destruction (“Requiem”). With the solo voice of soprano Rose de Souza, the Latin lyrics from the Christian liturgy portray the funeral of a whole world that lived in forgotten times: “Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine, et lux perpetua luceat eis” (Grant them eternal rest, O Lord, and may perpetual light shine on them) <br /> <br />Although man is responsible for dark acts, he can also be an instrument of the Sublime… Perhaps IMAGINARY BRAZIL's most emblematic message comes from the Tupi-Guarani lyrics of “Arandu Ara”, poem by Kaka Werá Jecupé and sung by Patricia Bastos, renowned Amapá artist, from north of Brazil: “Arandu Ara Ape Catu Avá, Tupã Gua Ici Orumã. Ape Etê Tainá Mitã, Ara Coema Kua'a, Arandu Ara Oré Imá” The Wisdom of Heaven is the good way of being, that makes the Creator <br /><br />vibrate within. Walk towards the little afternoon star and the Wisdom of Heaven will be part of you. <br /> <br />In addition to the performances by Rose de Souza (voice in “Eyes of the Jaguar” and “Requiem”), Patricia Bastos (soprano voice in “Arandu Ara”), Kabé Pinheiro (additional percussions) and Camilo Carrara (guitar in “Quilombo”), The highlight of the album is the masterful interpretations of Pablo de Léon on violin and Raïff Dantas Barreto on cello. <br /> <br />Recorded at Arsis Studio and mixed by Corciolli and Adonias de Souza Jr. at the artist's personal studio, mastered at Classic Master by Carlos Freitas, and features cover art by award-winning Brazilian illustrator Mauricio Negro. 看更多

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