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A Sicilian Traveller
Artist: Alessio Pianelli
Format: CD

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Label: RBCN
Rel. Date: 04/02/2021
UPC: 5065002149503

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DISC: 1

1. 7 Miniatures on Georgian Folk Themes
2. I. Lale
3. II. Gandagan
4. III. Song
5. IV. Suliko
6. V. Shepherd's Dance
7. VI. Tsintsakaro
8. VII. Rural Dance
9. Armenian Folk Songs and Dances
10. I. Hoy Nazan
11. II. Krunk
12. III. Al Aylukhs
13. IV. Erangi
14. V. Habrban
15. 24 Negro Melodies, Op.59
16. No. 2
17. Pilgrim Song
18. No. 1
19. Deep River
20. Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. 68
21. I. Jocul cu bta (Stick Dance)
22. II. Brul (Sash Dance)
23. III. Pe loc (In One Spot)
24. IV. Buciumeana (Dance from Bucsum)
25. V. Poarga Romeasca (Romanian Polka)
26. VI. Maruntel (Fast Dance)
27. VII. Maruntel (Fast Dance)
28. 36 Greek Dances, AK 11
29. Serie III: II. Ipirotikos
30. Serie I: II. Kritikos 1
31. Serie I: V. Kleftikos 2
32. Variations on a Sicilian Folk Theme

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Alessio Pianelli's debut album is a beautifully curated, affectionate, and eclectic musical tribute to his native land, the island of Sicily. "For A Sicilian Traveller, I investigated the richness of Sicily's culture through the music of other composers who have explored - some more explicitly than others - that central aspect in the tradition of art music. Sicilian culture is like a mosaic in which each tile represents one of the many civilisations that have traversed the island over the centuries. Each tile maintains it's original identity while contributing to a collective design that is greater than the sum of it's parts. It is for this reason I have chosen to travel with my cello through music from such a wide variety of cultures."