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Dino Betti van der Noot

Dino's large orchestras included Luis Agudo, Gianluca Alberti, Franco Ambrosetti, Humberto Amesquita, Gianni Bedori, Stefano Bertoli, Francesco Bianchi, Luciano Biasutti, Paul Bley, Luca Bonvini, Rudy Brass, Randy Brecker, Ginger Brew, Luca Calabrese, Alberto Capra, Beppe Caruso, Niccolò Cattaneo, Daniele Cavallanti, Gianni Cazzola, Sandro Cerino, Matteo Corda, Franco Corvini, Bob Cunningham, Mark Curry, Bruno De Filippi, Famoudou Don Moye, Andrea Dulbecco, Francesco D'Auria, Mark Eagan, Bill Evans (saxophone), Sergio Fanni, Julius Farmer, Marco Fior, Mitchel Forman, David Friedman, Roberta Gambarini, Danny Gottlieb, Donald Harrison, Hugo Heredia, Dana Hughes, Daniel Humair, Gianpiero Lo Bello, Carmen Lundy, Riccardo Luppi, Alberto Mandarini, Gianfranco Marchesi, Elio Marchesini, Demo Morselli, Paul Motian, Rudi Migliardi, Carlo Napolitano, Alessio Nava, Larry Nocella, Sante Palumbo, Emanuele Parrini, Francesca Petrolo, Fabrizio Puglisi, Marco Ricci, Diego Ruvidotti, Giancarlo Schiaffini, Jonathan Scully, Emilio Soana, Marvin Stamm, Steve Swallow, Alberto Tacchini, Sergio Taglioni, Gilberto Tarocco, Ares Tavolazzi, John Taylor, Luigi Tisserant, Tiziano Tononi, Claudio Tripoli, Gianluigi Trovesi, Luca Ventimiglia, Giulio Visibelli, Joyce Yuille, Attilio Zanchi, Vincenzo Zitello

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”His compositions are narratives rife with colour, ranging from the boldest hues to the most subtle and revealing a sensitive, inventive melodist and lapidarian master of orchestral skills.” (Leonard Feather & Ira Gitler - “The Biographical Encyclopedia of Jazz”). ”This Italian composer/arranger may well be writing the world's most inventive music for jazz orchestra.” (Art Lange - “Down Beat”) “His work is a sort of hypermodern symphonic poem, a new artistic and vital evidence which strongly imposes itself through the dusk of jazz and its legend and the desert of an arid world that has lost all wellsprings.” (Giorgio Gaslini)


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