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Fabio Petrucci Trio and Music Trade Limited present “Alfabeto” the new jazz album from June 12 digitally available in all online stores

It was released June 12th the album “Alfabeto” by Fabio Petrucci Trio, with Emiliano Imondi (electric guitar), Leandro Carnevale (bass and classical guitar) and Fabio Petrucci (clarinet, bass clarinet and percussion).
Mixed and Mastered at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios, the album has a strong  jazz connotation characterized by a lot of improvisation and sound research, all enriched by ethnic influences.

E’ uscito il 12 giugno l’album “Alfabeto” di Fabio Petrucci Trio, con Emiliano Imondi (chitarra elettrica), Leandro Carnevale (basso e chitarra classica) e Fabio Petrucci (clarinetto, clarinetto basso e percussioni).
Missato e Masterizzato ai Real World Studios di Peter Gabriel, il disco ha una forte connotazione jazz caratterizzata da molta improvvisazione e ricerca sonora, il tutto arricchito da contaminazioni etniche.

Musicraiser campaign for funding my jazz album “Alfabeto”


If you liked the music of Fabio Petrucci Trio, check out our Musicraiser crowdfunding campaign you can participate at the final stages of production of the album “Alphabet” by booking a preview version of the autographed cd or other original products!
Every contribution is valuable to achieve the goal!

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Emiliano Imondi

Guitarist – Fabio Petrucci Trio

Demetrio Stratos, playing the voice..

Demetrio Stratos was an Italian singer. Born in 1945 in Alexandria, he moved to Italy in 1962. In the seventies  founded his most important musical experience: ‘Area’, a fusion project able to mix free jazz and world music, contemporary music and progressive. Since 1978, his research in the vocal context earned him the interest of people like John Cage giving him international fame. Died prematurely, and about his experimental way, his work called ‘playing the voice’ is still an example of research and experimentation unmatched.

“The Western vocal hypertrophy has made the modern vocalist almost insensitive to different aspects of voice, isolating in the enclosure of certain linguistic structures”

(D. Stratos)

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