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La Stüa  
artist: Santilli´s CheRoba & il Fiato delle Alpi
album: La Stüa
reference: UTR 4729
release date: 27.01.2017
running time: 64:00
line-up: Marco Santilli - clarinet, bass clarinet
Lorenzo Frizzera - twelve-string and classical guitar
Ivan Tibolla - piano, accordeon
Fulvio Maras - percussion
Isabell Weymann - alto flute, piccolo, flute
Davide Jäger - cor anglais, oboe
Tomas Gallart - french horn
Alessandro Damele - bassoon
Filipa Nunes - contrabass clarinet, clarinet

credits: All compositions by Marco Santilli

Recorded Live at Musikinsel, Rheinau (Switzerland), 2016 February 8-9
Mixed at Powerplay Studios, Maur (Switzerland), www.urswiesendanger.com
Mastered at Silvertone Matering, Gansevoort, NY (USA), www.silvertonemastering.com

Special Thanks to all the musicians: Lorenzo Frizzera, Ivan Tibolla, Fulvio Maras, Isabell Weymann, Davide Jäger, Tomas Gallart, Alessandro Damele, Filipa Nunes. To Urs Wiesendanger, Niccolò Conti, Larry DeVivo, Johannes Rühl (artistic director Alpentöne), Monika Gasser (Musikinsel Rheinau), Carina Faber (photography), Susanne Blatter (artwork), Sara Hyde (translations), Fabio Flepp.

Contact: info@marcosantilli.com

liner notes: Marco Santilli develops his compositions by carefully blending influences from different European styles, including classical, contemporary and folk music as well as world music. His unique style emerges from this combination of different genres in such a way that their various sources are no longer recognizable. If we had to label "La Stüa", we would find it categorized under "Jazz". Jazz in the sense of an open style of music and, typically Santilli, in Italian. In Italian? Yes, because although these are instrumental pieces, they reflect certain kinds of mood, themes and melodies that hark back to the musicality of his mother tongue. Probably for the first time, a jazz quartet meets a classical wind quintet in a musical context "(CH) ontaminato" (a pun on Switzerland (CH) and contaminated).

links: www.marcosantilli.com
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