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Monash Sessions: Enrico Rava

Monash Sessions: Enrico Rava by Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University
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Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, Monash University

Label: Jazzhead (Australia)
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

1. Fearless Five 05:18 2. Theme for Jessica 09:32 3. Lulu 07:09 4. Incognito 10:59 5. Secrets 07:20 6. Autobiografia 05:28 7. Interiors 08:13 8. Certi Angoli Segreti 04:03 9. Rain 05:40 10. Spider Blues 05:23 11. Blancasnow 05:45


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https://jazzheadrecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-monash-sessions-enrico-rava FEARLESS FIVE Enrico Rava: trumpet Josh Kelly: alto sax Paul Cornelius: tenor sax Paul Grabowsky: piano Josh Manusama: double bass Rob Mercer: drums THEME FOR JESSICA Enrico Rava: trumpet Josh Kelly: alto sax Mirko Guerrini: tenor sax Paul Grabowsky: piano Hiroki Hoshino: double bass Zeke Ruckman: drums LULU Enrico Rava: trumpet Robert Burke: tenor sax Stephen Magnusson: guitar Paul Grabowsky: piano Hiroki Hoshino: double bass Zeke Ruckman: drums INCOGNITO Enrico Rava: trumpet Robert Burke: tenor sax Stephen Byth: tenor sax Stephen Magnusson: guitar Dan Mougerman: piano Hiroki Hoshino: double bass Zeke Ruckman: drums Rob Mercer: drums SECRETS Enrico Rava: trumpet Paul Cornelius: tenor sax Joel Trigg: piano Hiroki Hoshino: double bass Rohan Moore: drums AUTOBIOGRAFIA Enrico Rava: trumpet Josh Kelly: alto sax Stephen Byth: tenor sax Paul Grabowsky: piano Josh Manusama: double bass Zeke Ruckman: drums INTERIORS Enrico Rava: trumpet Paul Cornelius: tenor sax Paul Grabowsky: piano Josh Manusama: double bass Rob Mercer: drums CERTI ANGOLI SEGRETI Enrico Rava: trumpet Mirko Guerrini: tenor sax Joel Trigg: piano Hiroki Hoshino: double bass Rohan Moore: drums RAIN Enrico Rava: trumpet Robert Burke: tenor sax Jonathan Skourletos: guitar Josh Manusama: bass Rohan Moore: drums SPIDER BLUES Enrico Rava: trumpet Stephen Byth: tenor sax Jonathan Skourletos: guitar Hiroki Hoshino: double bass Rob Mercer: drums BLANCASNOW Enrico Rava: trumpet Mirko Guerrini: tenor sax Paul Grabowsky: piano

Album Description

In 2007 Rob Burke initiated a 3-week study tour for students to travel to the Monash Centre in Prato (Italy) to study European jazz. This is now a yearly event and in 2013 Rob, with Director of the Academy of Performing Arts - Paul Grabowsky, Stephen Magnusson and Mirko Guerrini from the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music travelled to the Monash University Prato Centre in Italy (just outside of Florence) for a three-week study unit. The course included workshops with many of the finest jazz musicians in Europe including John Taylor and Diana Torto. A highlight being a recording with seminal European Jazz musician Enrico Rava with staff and students. Enrico Rava is an ECM recording artist having played with luminary artists such as Pat Metheny, Michel Petrucciani, John Abercrombie, Joe Henderson, Richard Galliano, Miroslav Vitouš, Andrea Centazzo, Joe Lovano, Gil Evans and Cecil Taylor. The CD was recorded over 2 days taking the Italian approach to music making - relaxed but with intensity. Noted was the beautiful trumpet sound and passionate lyrical lines produced by Enrico that has potent meaning and harmonic perfection. Finally, the student’s performance on this recording is testament to the international quality of practice at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music - Monash University; a quality that continues to set new standards in Jazz performance.


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