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Code: CVLD370

Author: AA. VV.
Performer: Various Performers
Duration: 1:20:19
Support: LP + FILE HD

The Velut Luna's Reference Vinyl Vol. 2

Limited Edition - 180gr AUDIOPHILE PRESSING (2 LP + FILE HD)

The child in the cover image is me. At the age of two. It was 1963.
I’ve always loved listening to records. Certainly because of my family history, with my father who was an illustrious classical pianist and refined composer, and my mother an opera singer.
But certainly in those early years of childhood was great charm that aroused in me those black pavilions that ran on the old family turntable and from which came out my favorite fairy tales, narrated by great voices of great actors (I remember for example, Nando Gazzolo and his Little Red Riding Hood, and Hansel and Grethel, and Thumbelino, whose records I literally consumed...).
Around the age of eight or nine, the Beatles' transition from fairy tales to singles at the end of their career (Obladì, Obladà), or to the unusual and unknown sound of the Theremin used in Beach Boys' Good Vibrations, was a very natural fact.
And when I was 13 years old I started to discover Santana, Pink Floyd, Genesis, etc.etc.etc. , together with the reading of Suono and Stereoplay, it was just as natural to get involved with the images of the great reel recorders of the time, suitable for the then rare home studios.
My first love, long dreamed and never owned, was the Tascam 80-8, eight tracks on half-inch tape. And the dream microphones were the Sennheiser, the MD441 and the MD421... But the real dream was "to study me"... which will remain for a long time only, in fact, a dream. When I finally got to know the music of Jim Croce at 19 and I realized that... "Si-Can-Do!" (cit.) It was the moment when it became clear to me that sooner or later, I would do that work, I would "make records".
And the rest is history...

LATO A - 20:03
Short & Shorter 6:37(Roberto Magris)
Big Band Ritmo Sinfonica Cittàdi Verona, Marco Pasetto, conductor
Recorded at Teatro Marinelli, Castelnuovo del Garda, September 2008

Nubian Dream 5:57
(A. Sharara)
New Project Jazz Orchestra, Renzo Vigagni, conductor
Recorded at Teatro Rosmini, Rovereto, December 1999

Inverno 7:31(Oscar Del Barba)
Oscar Del Barba Ensemble, feat, Mauro Negri, clarinet
Recorded at Auditorium Pollini, Padova, April 2000

LATO B - 18:02
Radames 3:03
(Coslow, Age, Cremona)
The Metronomes, feat. Michele Giacomazzi, guitar
Recorded at Papillons Studio, Padova, January 2000

The Pink Panther Theme 6:50
(Henry Mancini)
Massimo Salvagnini Quartet
Recorded at Condulmer Recording Studio, Zerman, August 2002

Amor em paz 5:30
(Antonio Carlos Jobim)
Massimo Salvagnini Quartet, feat. Patrizia Laquidara
Recorded at Magister Recording Area, Preganziol, November 2006

I’m On My Way 2:33
Cheryl Porter, Guido Torelli & Leonardo Di Angilla
Recorded at Public Auditorium, Chiuppano, October 2001

LATO C - 18:15
Primavera Portena 7:49
(Astor Piazzolla)
Stravinsky Chamber Orchestra, Marco Tezza, piano solo & conductor
Recorded at Chiesa di San Francesco, Schio, April 1999

Vals venezolano / Contradanza 3:13
(Paquito D’Rivera)
Alessandro Carbonare, clarinet & Andrea Dindo, piano
Recorded at Chiesa di San Francesco, Schio, August 2002

Lunas de cielo griz 2:42
(Alejandro Martinez)
Alejandro Martinez & Nina Ves
Recorded at Studio A, Padova, June 2015

El pueblo unido jamas serà vencido 4:36
(Sergio Ortega, Quilapayùn)
Yolanda Diaz & Matteo Nahum
Recorded at MLH, Naquera (Spain), September 2023

LATO D - 19:33
Concert in A Major K622
for Clarinet and Orchestra: Allegro 11:42
(Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Zsolt Hamar, conductor, Luca Lucchetta, clarinet
Recorded at Teatro Verdi, Padova, October 2006

I Sogni di Gianò:
La fisarmonica e il bambino 7:50
(Adriano Lincetto)
Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, Fabio Framba, conductor
Recorded at Auditorium Pollini, September 2009

All recordings made in Italy, except for C4 made in Spain.

Un sentito ringraziamento a tutti quei musicisti che hanno contribuito a rendere grande Velut Luna in questi suoi primi 30 anni.
(Marco Lincetto)

Ingeniero de sonido: Marco Lincetto a menos que se indique lo contrario
Diseño gráfico: L’Image / Foto de portada: Paolo Vettore (1963)

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