J Bach .S. / Corelli / Duo Sbaffi Campi - Time Is Breathing | RECORD STORE DAY

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The new CD Time is breathing by the Sbaffi Campi Duo is released on Stradivarius, with Leonardo Sbaffi on saxophonesand Cristina Campi on piano. A singular musical journey between present and past that develops, with a free andpassionate approach, a listening journey characterized by contamination, in the wake of musical solutions that broaden horizonsand outline stories, images and emotions, in an eclectic meeting between the classical and contemporary repertoire. Thealbum opens with two medleys, the result of elaborations by the Duo: Discontinuous Vibrations and Cellular Armonies,with songs by G. I. Gurdjieff, Claudio Monteverdi, G. F. Handel, Arcangelo Corelli, J. S. Bach. "The CD - declares the Duo -is nothing other than our reading of what we live, of what happens and of what happens to us. The work is conceived as afractal, the individual pieces are entities having their own structure which then go on to constitute another, larger but identicalone. This is the purpose of the two medleys, where centuries-old songs intertwine and overlap to form a single work. "VibrazioniDiscontinuous and Armonie Cellulari are followed by Paul Hindemith's Sonata and the first ever recording of LastCloud by Alberto Napolitano, a piece which, states the composer, "finds it's expressive modernity in memory". To complete the programming of the CD, the Debussy's Rhapsody, an integral part of the work which can be downloaded by connecting to the website stradivarius. It. The booklet of the album is enriched by images, texts and poems in an enthralling meeting of the arts.