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Mark Dresser - bass, Mark Feldman - violin, Hank Roberts - violoncello
Mark Dresser - bass, Mark Feldman - violin, Hank Roberts - violoncello, Kolner Rundfunkorchester, David de Villiers - conductor
In the hands of these three, the combination of trumpet, accordion and piano produces a quite magical sound – gentle, beguilingly tuneful and slightly melancholy.
Paolo Fresu - trumpet, fluegelhorn, Richard Galliano - accordion, bandoneon, accordina, Jan Lundgren - piano
Ernst Reijseger - violoncello, vocal, Alan "Gunga" Purves - percussion, Tenore e Cuncordu de Orosei - vocals
Ernst Reijseger - violoncello, voice
Uri Caine continues his series of adaptations with Verdi’s Otello. For the first time, Caine arranges a dramatic work with a mixture of stage and concert elements. Verdi’s operatic story is the central thread through the composition, but Uri Caine equally cites from Shakespeare’s original play. Arias are juxtaposed with R&B elements, bebop, and electronic sounds, but Verdi’s famous melodies never lose their authenticity.
Ralph Alessi -trumpet, Stefano Bassanese -electronics, Sadiq Bey -voice, Jim Black - drums,
Uri Caine -piano, keyboards, Zach Danziger - drums, Joyce Hammann - violin, John Hebert -acoustic bass, Nguyên Lê - guitar, Tim Lefebvre - acoustic and electric bass, Josefine Lindstrand - vocals, Marco Paolini - voice, Julie Patton -voice, Bunny Sigler -vocals, Brundo Fabrizio Sorba - electronics, Chris Speed - clarinet, Achille Succi - clarinet, Dhafer Youssef -vocals