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The Aleph is the first letter of the Phoenician alphabet and the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet. It has alpha as its Greek correspondent, and the Latin A also originated from this letter.

Aleph is the symbol of unity, of principle, and therefore of power, continuity, stability, equanimity. It is also the spiritual center from which thought radiates, establishing a link between the higher and lower worlds.

The musical show of the trio is based on unpublished compositions by guitarist Antonio Cece, elaborated and synergistically interpreted by the rhythm section Fazzari, De Santo. Versatile and eclectic trio that moves in sound spaces with firm steps, well directed by an interplay consolidated by years of collaborations between live projects and recordings. Promenade was conceived as the story of a traveler who curiously explores the link and effort between the act of leaving and returning.

Promenade is a walk through landscapes that each of us could carry inside. It started as usual: looking for something or someone. And it ends like other stories: returning home, with an acquired awareness. The three Neapolitans musicians direct their energies in music towards a search for an improvised language steeped in jazz, classical music, rock, minimal, electronic, and colors belonging to their musical roots. The tracks of Promenade are interpreted with a poetic of storytelling, that refers to descriptive instrumental music and a narrative with wide scenarios and dreamscapes.

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Album Promenade by Antonio Cece


King Bunny Production



Aleph Trio

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