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Gabriele D'Angela Gabriele D'Angela

Jazz Guitar & Composition

Master in classical guitar at Conservatory of music”N. Piccinni” in Bari.

Collaborations : Jimmy Owens, Cameron Brown, Giulio Capiozzo, Aldo Bagnoni, Roberto Bellatalla, Giuseppe Bassi, Antonio Onorato, Marcello Magliocchi, Felice Mezzina, Oddmund Finseth, Vito Di Modugno, Giovanni Rinaldi, Roberto Ottaviano, Michele Carrabba, Massimo Parente, Felice Mezzina, Davide Santorsola, Claudio Colasazza, Maurizio Quintavalle, Nico Marziliano, Maurizio Patarino and Michele Di Monte.

JAZZ GUITAR Books DNA- Diatonicism - Neomodalism - Harmony. JAZZ FLASH WORKSHOP OF LINEAR IMPROVISATION VOICING – software COMPUTATIONAL JAZZ GUITAR 2016

CD: 1) “ Endless Snow “ 2) “ Nomadic Colours” release 2018

“We cannot liberate ourselves by imitating a bird. The real way to freedom lies in the discovery and mastery of the principles of flight. Creation directly from principles, and not through the imitation of appearances, is the real way to freedom for an artist..” – Joseph Schillinger


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Primary Instrument

Guitar, electric

Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced

Credentials/Background

Teacher and performer in Jazz and classical guitar. Music Theory and Composition. Master in Classical guitar at music conservatory N.Piccinni Bari. Languages: Italian English Norwegian.

Clinic/Workshop Information

NEW CLINIC AVAILABLE Gabriele D'Angela: THE COMPUTATIONAL JAZZ GUITARIST/player. A new way to think about jazz improvisation! For all instruments!

Albums

Album Nomadic Colours by Gabriele D'Angela

Nomadic Colours

℗ 986996 Records DK
2018

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