Monday, April 25, 2016

Corde Oblique "I Maestri Del Colore"

Country: Italy
Genre(s): Neo-Classical, Prog Folk
Label: Infinite Fog Productions, Audioglobe
Format: digital, CD
Release date: April 25, 2016 (digital), May 2, 2016 (CD)
1. Suono Su Tela (4:28)
2. I Sassi Di Matera (feat. Irfan) (5:11)
3. Violet Nolde (feat. Sineterra) (3:58)
4. Il Cretto Nero (3:18)
5. Giallo Dolmen (feat. Synaulia, Sineterra & Aktuala) (5:05)
6. Amara Terra Mia (3:09)
7. Papavero E Memoria (feat. Argine) (3:29)
8. A Fondo Oro (feat. Micrologus) (5:00)
9. Rosa D'Asia (2:42)
10. L'urlo Rosso (feat. Quartetto Savinio) (5:09)
11. Blu Regale (3:47)
12. Blubosforo (4:30)
13. L'occhio Bianco (5:07)

Total time 54:53

Riccardo Prencipe - electric, classical and acoustic guitar, ebow, medieval lute
Edo Notarloberti  (Ashram, Argine) - violin
Umberto Lepore - bass, double bass
Alessio Sica (Argine) - drums
Annalisa Madonna - voice (6, 8, 9)
Caterina Pontrandolfo - voice (4)
Luigi Rubino - piano, synth
Davide Afzal - bass (3, 12)
Alssandro D'Alessandro - diatonic accordeon
Michele Maione - percussions
Manuela Albano - cello
Peppe Frana (Micrologus) - oud
Denitza Seraphimova ( Irfan) - voice (2)
Walter Maioli (Synaulia, Aktuala) - ney, dual Tibetan flute, aulos, pan flute, bells (5)
Charles Ferris (Sineterra) - trumpet
Lorenzo Ceriani, Alberto Maria Ruta, Rossella Bertucci, Francesco Solombrino (Quartetto Savinio) - cello, violins, viola (10)

The sixth album by Corde Oblique was conceived as a wooden palette used for mixing colors with sounds, the sounds of the colors are evoked by using lot of different musical instruments and musical styles. Almost all existing music tonalities have been used for the songs; moreover, every title refers to a different color and the graphic design is inspired to one of the most famous italian art history encyclopedias printed in the '60s.
The album includes 13 unreleased songs written and produced by the mastermind Riccardo Prencipe. Over 50 minutes of refined Progressive-Ethereal-Folk music.
Suono su tela

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