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  • CD (14 juin 1994)
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Ecm Records
  • ASIN : B0000031TF
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6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Par Larry L. Looney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This recording, from 1985, presents bandoneón master Dino Saluzzi in a small-group setting, accompanied by some of the finest musicians in the ECM roster: Palle Mikkelborg (trumpet and flugelhorn), Charlie Haden (bass) and Pierre Favre (percussion). As usual with ECM releases, the recording is crystalline - their audio standards have always set the highest standards for sound reproduction, clear and pristine. It puts the listener right into the room with the players.
All of the compositions on this album are by Saluzzi - but he never attempts to steal the show, respecting and indeed reveling in the contributions from his friends. Each one of them adds a bit of their individual soul to the mix - and the result is honest and beautiful music. Call it `world' (for Saluzzi's themes and consciousness have their foundations in his homeland of Argentina), or call it `jazz' (for its freedom and its embrace of the staggering improvisational abilities of the participants), or simply file it under `ECM'.
There are times when the interplay between the two ends of Saluzzi's bandoneón and Mikkelborg's horn give the impression that there are more than two instruments at work - add to the mix the firm foundation (and melodic contributions) from Charlie Haden's exceptional bass work and the multi-faceted percussion of Pierre Favre and you have a great example of the whole being greater than the sum of the parts. Some of Favre's contributions in particular will stretch your conception of the meaning of the word `percussion'.
The melodies at play here are some of the loveliest I've ever heard - and some of the most emotional. At the heart of this music is the heart of the players - and the urge to share with the listener the feelings they hold within them is one for which we should be grateful. Saluzzi's bandoneón is more than just a glorified squeezebox - if you've never heard one, the depth of expression of which it's capable will cause you to reconsider whatever preconceived notions you might have about `accordions'.
I haven't heard every recording Dino has released - but I've experienced quite a few of them, and I haven't been disappointed by a single one. I hold him in the highest regard, and I would buy anything new I found by him without any preview - I highly recommend giving his work a listen. This album is a great place to start - and his latest release (RESPONSORIUM, from 2002, with the great Palle Danielsson on bass and José Maria Saluzzi, Dino's son, on guitar) is one of my favorite albums of the last ten years. I was appalled to read a review calling his music `mindless noodling' - it's anything but that. There's a whole range of emotion in his playing, along with superb musicianship, imagination and deep thought - he's a master.
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Best album for rainy days. 23 février 2006
Par Dream Warrior - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Sultry, cool,and moody. One of the best combos of instruments I have ever heard. This hard to find CD needs to be re-issued and available to listening audiences right away.I've had this on an old cassette for years. I can't get tired of it. Luckily, I just scored the last issue CD. Like the late, great Piazzola the sound of mood tango has enormous subtleties and power. Saluzzi takes this music medium one step further, weaving dreamscapes of bandone?n, with phrases of bass and trumphet and light percussion that tell some strange stories. Grab a copy somewhere, folks!
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DS, bandoneon; Palle Mikkelborg, tpt, flglhn; Charlie Haden, b; Pierre Favre, perc.

I first heard Saluzzi on Tomasz Stanko's memorable From the Green Hill (2000). I liked it and ordered Saluzzi[`s lovely trio album, Responsorium (2003), Saluzzi's plangent bandoneon matched up with guitar (his son, Jose Maria Saluzzi) and bass (the wonderful Palle Danielsson). Lastly, I heard him on ECM's birthday surprise album for Georgian composer Giya Kancheli, Themes from the Songbook (2011), which contraposed him with Gidon Kremer's classical violin and a Russian vibraphone player whose name I don't recall. The impression I gained from this admittedly limited exposure to the Argentinian Saluzzi was of an artist of catholic musical tastes, comfortable in the worlds of jazz, tango and world music, and possessed of formidable technique and great musical sensitivity. I don't know of anyone quite like him on his unorthodox instrument: he's like Astor Piazzolla in some respects but he's recorded in much more jazz-oriented contexts than his great peer typically did.

Once Upon a Time is a great album, if not a classic than awfully close to it. Saluzzi's mastery of his complicated but versatile instrument is at the heart of it but look at his accomplices! Palle Mikkelborg Miles-influenced trumpet and flugelhorn, at places overdubbed to create a sonorous chordal backdrop; the subtle drumming of Pierre Favre (the first time I `ve heard him); above all, the wonderful bass playing of Charlie Haden. If Saluzzi's bandoneon (and composing and arranging) drive this album, it is Haden's woody, lyrical, thoughtful bass playing, in backup and solo, that lifts it above the very good to the extraordinary.

My particular favorites? An intermezzo (1:45 minutes long), "And the Father Said...", with Haden taking the lead and Saluzzi filling in behind him with rich thick chords. Haden's lovely ballad, "Silence," done solo by Saluzzi. Mikkelborg's song, "We Are the Children," which ends with the sound of children recorded at a primary school in Argentina.

It's albums like this that remind me why I love jazz so much. No, not jazz! Music!
unrequited love.. 26 octobre 2014
Par J. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Dino and Charlie Hayden wandering around on an endless riff somewhere between film score and jazz and Dino sort of keeps up the Astor tradition. Nostalgia, longing, sidewalk cafes, undefined desires, unrequited love....you get the picture.
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