Audio Files – DL041 Taka’s Question.
Improvisations with piano, percussion and voice
DL041 Taka’s Question
Piano: Paolo Vergari
Percussion: Massimiliano Dragoni
Voice: Elisa Tonelli
1 Blues – Vergari-Dragoni-Tonelli-2011
2 Chopin – Vergari-Dragoni-Tonelli-2011
3 Invention (BWV 797) – Vergari-Dragoni-Tonelli-2011
4 Bach (ich ruf zu dir) – Vergari-Dragoni-Tonelli-2011
5 Summertime – Vergari-Dragoni-Tonelli-2011
6 Finale – Vergari-Dragoni-Tonelli-2011
7 Double (finale 2) – Vergari-Dragoni-Tonelli-2011
Improvisation is the art of putting into music, blurt, the emotions of the moment. What we hear about this recording are dialogues between musicians filtered by their taste and driven by their emotions.
The piano provides the musical ground, often giving rise to dialogue, but also responding to other musicians’ invitations.
Percussion provides the rhythm base and triggers dialogue when the musician feels inspiration.
The voice guides the plot of the song and answers when the pianist conducts the dialogue.
These braids, based solely on the sensitivity of the moment of every single musician, transform the original base of famous songs, taken from classical and jazz, into original compositions.
The theater, with modern architecture but with classical sounds, allows a homogeneous sound throughout the spectrum but highly detailed.
The wooden floor of the stage, with curtains on the walls, give a wide picture of the soundtrack.
The mix of microphones placed on the instruments, with those dedicated to the scale, allowed a credible reconstruction of the sound event.
Listened then, in the home environment, the instruments are of natural size. The piano to the left about 3 meters from the listening point, the percussion right a little behind, and the voice, when it appears in the song, slightly centered forward. All of these elements stand out accurately in the soundtrack.
An album to enjoy for emotions and for realism of reproduction.
Formato/Media type – Wav 24dB/96KHz – Complete Album € 4,9