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Luca Piovesan
Sul Tasto
01
Study #2 / Yotam Haber 03:58
02
Beta / Lorenzo Troiani 04:50
03
Due Piedistalli I / Nildo Sanvido 09:50
04
Due Piedistalli II / Nildo Sanvido 10:38
05
Do it yourself / Alberto la Rocca 04:42
06
Crucifixion / Alberto la Rocca 04:10
07
Radiant baby / Alberto la Rocca 03:03
08
Testo / Davide Ianni 06:26
09
Paramita I / Gabriel Malancioiu 04:52
10
Paramita II / Gabriel Malancioiu 04:33
11
Sul tasto / Filippo Perocco 10:10
Total Time 01:07:12
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01 Study #2 04:09
02 Beta 05:01
03 Due piedistalli: I 10:00
04 Due piedistalli: II 10:48
05 Tre ritratti: do it yourself 04:53
06 Tre ritratti: crucifixion 04:21
07 Tre ritratti: radiant Baby 03:14
08 Testo 06:36
09 Paramita: l tempo 05:03
10 Paramita: II tempo 04:44
11 Sul tasto 10:20
“Sul Tasto”
A musician may get to know his or her instrument beyond the point of technical brilliance, turn its operating principles into music and inspiration. Expression burrows deep into the mechanics, allowing it to become part of the music regardless of any musical notation. The performer thus also acts on behalf of the apparatus, and the balance between composition, interpretation and instrument becomes perfect.

The Italian accordionist Luca Piovesan has the skill to create these states, and the seven pieces on this album, which have been written specifically for him, are strong proof of this. The composers have addressed the manifold possibilities offered by the accordion, and have each chosen individual approaches to working with the instrument: Yotam Haber builds up to a frenzy of speed, a moment of ecstasy, Lorenzo Troiani musically compares the bellows with lungs, Nildo Sanvido challenges our standard concept of the accordion as an instrument, Davide Ianni lets the accordion reflect to itself, Alberto la Rocca portraits with sounds and gaps artists from another genre, Gabriel Mălăncioiu works with opposites balancing each other out, and Filippo Perocco, whose composition provides the title for this album, demands precision from the performer and from the instrument. Enjoy!
Luca Piovesan (*1982), accordionist, based in Venice.

Recorded in Venice, Boston, Jesi and Monastier di Treviso. Recording, editing & mastering by Luca Piovesan @ Blowoutstudio.
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