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Bassist Stefano Sciascia gives US a rare glimpse of the double bass as an expressive soloist instrument in a recital of music from countries around the world. The scope of time and space are both explored here, ranging from Max Bruch's 1881 composition Kol Nidrei to works newly composed for Sciascia and ports of call from Spain to Japan. Sciascia's expert and sensitive choice of repertoire reflects his long-standing wish to render the bass as expressive as a human voice.
Bassist Stefano Sciascia gives US a rare glimpse of the double bass as an expressive soloist instrument in a recital of music from countries around the world. The scope of time and space are both explored here, ranging from Max Bruch's 1881 composition Kol Nidrei to works newly composed for Sciascia and ports of call from Spain to Japan. Sciascia's expert and sensitive choice of repertoire reflects his long-standing wish to render the bass as expressive as a human voice.
8718247711352

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Format: CD
Label: NWTC
Rel. Date: 07/31/2012
UPC: 8718247711352

Songs of the World
Artist: Sciascia / Corazza
Format: CD
New: Available In Store $7.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Cancion de Amor
2. X
3. Oboto-Tsyukiyo (A Misty Moonlight)
4. Londonderry Air
5. Aijyou
6. Arirang
7. Era de Maggio
8. Blind Mary
9. Ack V Rmeland, Du SK Na 1
10. Shottis for Norway 1
11. Nign 1
12. Kol Nidrei 1
13. A Dudele 1
14. Nigun 1
15. Kojo No Tsuki (Moon Over Ruined Castle) 1
16. Chiisai-Aki-Mitsuketa (I Found a Little Autumn)

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Bassist Stefano Sciascia gives US a rare glimpse of the double bass as an expressive soloist instrument in a recital of music from countries around the world. The scope of time and space are both explored here, ranging from Max Bruch's 1881 composition Kol Nidrei to works newly composed for Sciascia and ports of call from Spain to Japan. Sciascia's expert and sensitive choice of repertoire reflects his long-standing wish to render the bass as expressive as a human voice.
        
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