Senderos is an album by Argentine musician Dino Saluzzi with percussionist Jon Christensen recorded in 2002 and released by ECM Records. It is a watershed marking a brilliant artist's return to recording, and a step outside his comfort zone that offers proof of the restless and poignant direction of his muse and his ability to translate it directly, honestly, and with passion"
Responsorium is an album by Argentine musician Dino Saluzzi recorded in 2001 and released on the ECM label. All compositions by Dino Saluzzi.
Acoustic Guitar – José Maria Saluzzi. Bandoneon – Dino Saluzzi. Composed By – Dino Saluzzi. Design – Sascha Kleis. Double Bass – Palle Danielsson. Responsorium (CD, Album). ECM Records, ECM Records.
This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 75/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Responsorium. BPM Profile Responsorium. Album starts at 170BPM, ends at 134BPM (-36), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Dino Saluzzi. Navidad de los Andes.
Dino Saluzzi: Responsorium by AAJ Staff, published on April 2, 2003. It's obvious from the start that Responsorium will not fit into any simple bin. Saluzzi brings a strong element of chamber music composure together with the quiet sophistication of modern jazz, all the while holding dearly onto his folk music roots. The presence of Danielsson on this recording bodes extremely well for its range and articulation, since he's always incorporated these features into his music. Saluzzi (who composed these pieces) provides ample space for interactive improvisation, harmonically sophisticated if a bit predictable in its rhythm.
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Responsorium (album). 2003 studio album by Dino Saluzzi. Navidad de Los Andes is an album by Argentine bandoneon player and composer Dino Saluzzi with cellist Anja Lechner and saxophonist Felix Saluzzi recorded in 2010 and released on the ECM label.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Dino Saluzzi's latest is simply one of the most beautiful recordings I've heard in some time. I've always found his bandoneon playing both magnetic and hypnotic - he weaves a mighty spell. On this recording, he's joined by his son José Maria Saluzzi on acoustic guitar and ECM stalwart Palle Danielsson on double bass. As one would expect on an ECM release, there are no overdubs here - just three stellar musicians completely in tune with each other, laying out beauty for the listener. All of the compositions are originals by Dino - and while none of them are strictly tangos,.
Argentine Dino Saluzzi is at the forefront of a new generation of bandonéonistas arriving on the scene since the overpowering force of Astor Piazzolla. Yet while many have remain trapped in the strands Piazzolla’s Nuevo Tango web, Saluzzi has broken free and created his own voice. He also contributed to the beautiful album From the Green Hill (ECM Records) by trumpeter Tomasz Stanko. Yet while Responsorium may not reach the distinctive heights of Saluzzi’s best, it does signal the arrival of guitarist José Maria Saluzzi. The son of Dino, José Maria has played on several of his father’s past albums, but on this new CD, his playing has coalesced into a voice of his own. Originally a drummer, he switched to guitar at the age of eighteen, studying with Argentine jazz master Walter Malosetti.