Two new hires for In the Sounds of Places

Two new hires for In the Sounds of Places

After the first lucky concerts of the 24th edition, a new double appointment for the international festival of music and regions Nei Suoni di Nazionio. On Thursday, July 28, in the courtyard of the church of San Martino Vescovo in Campalongo Tapogliano (starting on the 21st), the protagonist will be the Al-Andalus Clarinet Quartet composed by Carlos Caballero Moreno (clarinet in E flat) and Francisco de Paula García. Márquez (clarinet), Christian-Yoshiaki Okawara López (clarinet) and Sergio Diaz Sánchez (bass clarinet). Music by Albéniz, Ferrero, Iturralde and Piazzolla will transport audiences through authentic Spanish and South American sounds. Organized in collaboration with Carniaarmani, the concert is free and will be held inside the church in inclement weather.

The second of the two appointments will be with the project “Meadows in Music – Green Waves – Mediterranean Ireland” on Saturday, July 30 at 7 p.m., at a place to discover inside Cormore Park in the municipality of Campoformido. The group consisting of Fulvia Pellegrini (violin), Lorenzo Marcolina (clarinet, tin whistle, guita) and Massimiliano D’Osualdo (accordion, keyboards) will perform Irish music and atmosphere using instruments of Celtic and Gaelic tradition. , Michel Pucci (flamenco and acoustic guitar), Michel Budai (Middle Eastern percussion, bodhran, vocals). To attend the concert organized in collaboration with FOCUST, the meeting will take place at 7 a.m. in the Mulino di Basaldella, followed by a walk of about 40 minutes. The concert will take place in an unexpected place. Bring a pillow or blanket to sit on the grass. Complete program of the festival

The Iberian Peninsula has historically been the meeting point of various maritime cultures, and thanks to this uniqueness, it presents a unique musical and cultural richness in the world. The Al-Andalus Quartet, composed of young Spanish musicians, expresses this value through some of the compositions of the Catalan Albéniz (1860-1909), one of the main exponents of Spanish musical nationalism. Extraordinary composer and jazz interpreter, the Valencian Ferrero (1942) and the famous Argentinian Piazzolla, the greatest exponent of tango. Conceived in America, tango quickly spread throughout Europe, evolving into flamenco in Spain, and in Argentina it was described differently, as we know it today as Argentine tango.

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Five musicians from different backgrounds, but with a common passion for Irish music and ethnic influences. This concert is a journey of sounds, music and atmosphere. A journey into the imagination of this land, interweaving lively melodies and evocative soundscapes with moments of epic music and others that echo the spirit of the Celts, keeping the hallmarks of Irish folklore with great impact and fervent spirit in every setting. The use of original instruments such as the tin whistle, the small Irish flute, the Eulen pipe of the bagpipe family, the bodhran, and the traditional Irish drum and fiddle enhance the discovery of the sounds and musical heritage of Ireland. The Irish fiddle was played with regular bow strokes.

Territory – In the Sounds of Places is organized by the Associazione Progetto Musica with the contribution of the Department of Culture and Sports, the Department of Productive Activities and the Department of Tourism and with the support of the Friuli Foundation and Credifriuli.

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