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Paolo Fresu - "Mamut" Music For A Mime album download Performer: Paolo Fresu
Album: "Mamut" Music For A Mime
Country: Italy
Released: 1987
Style: Contemporary Jazz
Size MP3: 1366 mb.
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Mamut Music For A Mime. By: Paolo Fresu (1987, Jazz). More albums from Paolo Fresu: Magic Jukebox by Paolo Fresu. View all albums . Mamut Music For A Mime.

Mämût is trumpet player and composer Paolo Fresu's first major statement as a bandleader. Though he has been awarded many honors, including Musician of the Year by the Italian Critics' poll in 1990, it wasn't until 1985 when the first of these works was recorded that Fresu's ensemble and his compositional style had reached its chromatic sophistication and intervallic elegance. The odd thing is, the music found on Mämût was recorded in 1985 and 1986 with music composed for two theater productions

This album contains almost all the music written for two theatre works, produced in Sardinia (Alghero, 1985: "Inner Voices") and in Catalonia (Tárrega-Barcelona, 1986: "Mämût") with the collaboration of the spanish mime Joan Minguell of the "POTS THEATRE". Made in Italy by Spiders 2007.

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Title: "Mamut" Music For A Mime. This album contains almost all the music written for two theatre works, produced in Sardinia (Alghero, 1985: "Inner Voices") and in Catalonia (Tárrega-Barcelona, 1986: "Mämût") with the collaboration of the spanish mime Joan Minguell of the "POTS THEATRE".

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Dedalo
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
7:16
A2 Yatra (First Take)
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
3:07
A3 "In…"
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
4:00
A4 Yatra (Second Take)
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
1:04
A5 Pin Pon
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
5:35
A6 Dibuixos Sobre la Sorra/Carillon
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
4:05
B1 "Mämût"
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
7:00
B2 March (First Take)
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
2:00
B3 Birds
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
0:57
B4 March (Second Take)
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
2:38
B5 'Round About Midnight
Composed By – Thelonious Monk
3:28
B6 Mar-Home-Mar
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
1:32
B7 Pa'
Composed By – Paolo Fresu
7:53

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – PhonoComp S.p.A.
  • Printed By – Grafiche Dotti
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Splasc(h) Records
  • Copyright (c) – Splasc(h) Records

Credits

  • Bass, Electric Bass – Attilio Zanchi
  • Congas, Percussion – Mimmo Cafiero
  • Cover, Layout – Peppo Spagnoli
  • Drums, Percussion – Ettore Fioravanti
  • Engineer – Giancarlo Barigozzi
  • Executive-Producer – Peppo Spagnoli
  • Photography By – Agostino Mela
  • Piano, Keyboards (Yamaha DX7) – Roberto Cipelli
  • Producer – Francesca Semeraro, Giorgio Mortarino, Peppo Spagnoli, Renato Bertossi
  • Recorded By – Alberto Erre (tracks: A6, B5), Giancarlo Barigozzi (tracks: A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1, B2, B3, B4, B6, B7)
  • Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Tino Tracanna
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Cornet, Pocket Trumpet, Arranged By, – Paolo Fresu

Notes

«This album contains almost all the music written for two theatre works, produced in Sardinia (Alghero, 1985: "Inner Voices") and in Catalonia (Tárrega-Barcelona, 1986: "Mämût") with the collaboration of the spanish mime Joan Minguell of the "POTS THEATRE".»

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDH 127-2 Paolo Fresu "Mamut" Music For A Mime ‎(CD, Album) Splasc(h) Records CDH 127-2 Italy 2000


"Mämût is trumpet player and composer Paolo Fresu's first major statement as a bandleader. Though he has been awarded many honors, including Musician of the Year by the Italian Critics' poll in 1990, it wasn't until 1985 when the first of these works was recorded that Fresu's ensemble and his compositional style had reached its chromatic sophistication and intervallic elegance. The odd thing is, the music found on Mämût was recorded in 1985 and 1986 with music composed for two theater productions. The most remarkable thing about this album is how all of it flows as if from a single source, including the glorious cover of Monk's "'Round About Midnight," which occurs at the end of the disc. The 12 originals are a mix of pastoral swinging lyricism, post-bop modal inventions, and bluesed-out lyricism. The two takes each of "Yatra" and "March" are evidence of just how deep Fresu's ability to transfer emotion is without syrup or sentimentality. Part of this is due to the fact that he writes specifically for his wondrous sextet, which includes the great saxophonist Trino Tracanna, pianist Roberto Cipelli, bassist Attilio Zanchi, and drummer Ettore Fioravanti with percussionist Mimmo Cafiero. These men are all wise in the manner of understatement and are all intimately familiar with the curiously spare dynamics of Fresu's compositional methods. It can be argued on the basis of this lush, haunting record alone that without this band, Fresu's music would have an entirely different timbre. No matter, it's this sextet who performs the 13 tunes here and this band who expresses what to everyone, with the exception of Fresu, would be inexpressible. This is Italian jazz at its very best."Thom Jurek