|Tutti I Brividi Del Mondo CD (1992) Top Seller
Recording information: Garden Studio; Il Cortile; Studio Hole; Umbi Studio.
Personnel: Anna Oxa (vocals); Mario Arcari (oboe); Rudy Trevisi (saxophone).
||Franz Koglmann: Let's Make Love CD (2005) |
Mario Arcari CD discography Composers: Cole Porter; Joseph Kosma.
Personnel: Franz Koglmann (trumpet, flugelhorn); Gert Rainer Schubert (violin); Tony Coe (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Mario Arcari (oboe, English horn); Tom Varner (French horn); Rudolf Ruschel (trombone); Raoul Herget (tuba); Robert M Weiss (piano, ...
||Andirivieni CD (2009) |
Mario Arcari discography Arranger: Filippo Gambetta.
Personnel: Filippo Gambetta (mandolin, clarinet, melodeon, percussion); Beppe Gambetta (acoustic guitar); Michel Balatti (wooden flute); Mario Arcari (oboe).
Recording information: Apollo Mobile Studio, Genova (04/2008).
||Le Nuvole CD (1990) |
Mario Arcari albums CD reissue of this 1990 release from the late, great Italian singer/songwriter. Sony/BMG.
De André originally intended to continue his investigation of Mediterranean folk music, so successfully explored in 1984's groundbreaking Creuza de Mä. However, he felt that ...
||Kontome CD (1998)
Mario Arcari songs KontÃ'mÃ¨ (spirits) is an inspiring collection of some of Gabin DabirÃ©s most alluring poetry, which, in accordance with his West African tradition, is integrated within a musical setting.A beautiful song album of a great living African musician. ...
||Nuclear Observatory Of Mr. Nanof CD (1986) |
Mario Arcari music CDs Live Recording
Director: Giulia Ciniselli.
Editor: Ezio de Rosa.
Personnel: Piero Milesi (keyboards); Lucia Memo Pickova (vocals, soprano); Daniela Bozzolo, Carlo DeMartini (violin); Mauro Righini (viola); Silvio Righini (cello); Alessandro Commellato, Alessandro DeCurtis (piano); Alberto Mompellio, Paolo Brunelli (keyboards); Riccardo ...
||Ich CD (1986) |
Mario Arcari CD discography Here in the early days of Austrian composer and flügelhorn player Franz Koglmann's Pipetet -- it was only five years old in 1989 -- listeners hear the first efforts of the mature composer begin to come to ...
||Musica E Parole CD |
Mario Arcari albums Photographers: Laura Ronchi; Tony Stone .
Unknown Contributor Role: Mario Arcari.
Arranger: Romano Musumarra.
Personnel: Mario Arcari, Paolo Giovenchi, Romano Musumarra (acoustic guitar, chitarrone); Luca Pincini (cello); Francesco Puglisi (basso continuo); Lucrezio DeSeta (drums); Simone Rocchini (programming).
Recording information: Rock Studio, ...
||Orte Der Geometrie CDs |
Mario Arcari discography All songs written by Franz Koglmann except "Afterglow" (Rudolf Ruschel),
"In Between" (Claire Ritter), "Israel" (Johnny Carisi), and "The Short Life Of Barbara Monk" (Ran Blake).
In 1990, Austrian wunderkind composer, arranger, and flügelhornist Franz Koglmann composed a series ...
||White Line CD |
Mario Arcari CD discography A White Line is, in many ways, Austrian composer, arranger, flugelhorn player, and bandleader Franz Koglmann's most controversial work because in it, he dares to use race as a compositional element. His is not merely a cultural ...
||Cantos I-IV CD |
Mario Arcari music CDs Webster's defines the word canto as "one of the major divisions in a long poem." These four cantos of the Austrian composer and flügelhorn maestro Franz Koglmann are indeed major divisions in a long poem, but that ...
||Giuramenti CD (1997) |
Mario Arcari songs Personnel: Grazia Di Michele (chitarrone); Lucio Fabbri (violin, viola, cello, percussion); Mario Arcari (oboe); Amedeo Bianchi (soprano saxophone); Giancarlo Parro (alto saxophone); Alfredo Calloni, Roberto Gatto (drums).
||Euphonia CD (1986) |
Vincenzo Zitello is a Celtic harpist from Italy. His music is not traditional Celtic style, but is rather an amalgam of a variety of influences. There is a strong rhythmic element and guitarist Dan Ar Bras adds ...
||Use Of Memory CD |
This live debut of Franz Koglmann's mammoth work The Use of Memory, in nine sections or movements, was heralded not by the triumph of cheers and the awe of applause, but by critical remarks from journalists with hard-line views of what jazz "is" or "isn't." Too bad. Americans have come more and more to view Euro-jazz as its own thing that has little to do with the music of origin but is ...