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Giovanni Sanguineti Nextrio - Drop Your Blinders (composed by Giovanni Sanguineti)

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Published on Jul 25, 2016

ジャズ批評
ジャズオーディオ・ディスク大賞2016/インストゥルメンタル部門 第5位
#5 on "Jazz Critiques" - Jazz Audio Disc Award 2016 / Instrumental

Taken from the album "GNOTHI SEAUTON" ALBCD-028
www.alborejazz.com

LINEUP:
Mario Zara (piano)
Giovanni Sanguineti (double bass)
Nicola Stranieri (drums)

REC DATA:
Recorded at Zerodieci Studio, Genova, Italy, on April 18, 2016
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Roberto “Robbo” Vigo – www.zerodiecistudio.com
Cover photo by Mario Rota – www.mariorota.com
Studio photos by Roberto “Robbo” Vigo
Executive producer: Satoshi Toyoda – Albore Jazz
Giovanni Sanguineti plays Velvet Strings, mod. Garbo

イタリア有数の港湾都市ジェノヴァ出身のベーシスト=ジョヴァンニ・サングイネーティ(’74年生)率いる新ピアノ・トリオ。アルバム・タイトル「汝自身を知れ」は、デルフォイのアポロン神殿の入口に刻まれた古代ギリシアの格言で、新プロジェクトに臨む自らの立脚点を示すもの。繊細なタッチで静かに緊張を高めながら昇華するマリオ・ザーラ(’61年生)のピアノをフィーチャーした、コンテンポラリー・メインストリーム作品。

The exhortation “Conosci te stesso” (know yourself) is an ancient Greek sentence carved in the temple of Apollo in Delphi.
Researchers agree, even with some differences, that with this sentence Apollo meant to command man to “recognize his own limits”.
Knowing oneself could seem opposite to knowing the world, but these two knowledge can be considered two faces of the same coin: philosophy is man’s outburst towards knowledge. A living contemporary knowledge cannot be in disregard of a mind that knows and of its conditions.
For me this sentence not only has the meaning of a question but also that of a statement: know yourself. From here I start a new journey through research based on the conclusion of the previous one. – Giovanni Sanguineti

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