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Promenade

Promenade by Antonio Cece buy album

Antonio Cece

Label: King Bunny Production
Released: 2020
Views: 132

Track Listing

Promenade; Suite in E; Mirrors; Green in Blue; Half of a second; Preghiera (reconciliation prayer); Lullaby,

Personnel

Daniele De Santo

bass, electric

Aleph Trio
Aleph Trio

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Aleph Trio : https://linktr.ee/AlephTrio Antonio Cece Guitar Daniele De Santo Double Bass Marco Fazzari Drums Sound engineer Carlo Gentiletti mix & master Recorded live @EliosRecording Castellammare in August 2019

Album Description

The video is entirely made by the visual artist Ludovica Bastianini, recognized in Italy and abroad for her photographic research. Photography is in fact the privileged means of narration of this animated short. Alternating hand-painted and digital photographs, pics taken ad hoc and ready made photographs taken from the personal archives of the musicians, in an ironic and surrealist way, "Promenade" speaks to us of a common experience to many of our young people and not only: the experience of emigration, of traveling in search of someone or something, of getting lost in other cultures and countries, even of the attempt to homologate, and then, at times, to return to one's hometown, with a new awareness, and find oneself again, recognize each other.


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