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Mané Fernandes Quinteto · “Homenagem a Bernardo Sassetti”
Mané Fernandes Quinteto · “Homenagem a Bernardo Sassetti”
Outono em Jazz
TUE OCT 18 · 9PM SALA SUGGIA
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    JOÃO PAULO ESTEVES DA SILVA, CARLOS BARRETO e ALEXANDRE FRAZÃO
    “Homenagem a Bernardo Sassetti”
    JOÃO PAULO ESTEVES DA SILVA piano
    CARLOS BARRETTO contrabaixo
    ALEXANDRE FRAZÃO bateria

     

    MANÉ FERNANDES ENTER THE sQUIGG
    MANÉ FERNANDES guitarra e electrónicas
    JOSÉ SOARES saxofone alto
    JOSÉ DIOGO MARTINS piano
    LUCA CURCIO contrabaixo, synth bass
    SIMON ALBERTSEN bateria

     

    A fair tribute to the musical legacy of Bernardo Sassetti by one of the most important trios in the national jazz scene. On September 29, 2007, Bernardo Sassetti performed at Culturgest with the enthusiasm that a celebration imposes: his trio with Carlos Barretto and Alexandre Frazão celebrated 10 years of existence and this event served also to underline the fantastic frequency and longevity with which we were able to count on this Portuguese jazz trio. Sixteen years later, this concert is brought to life. On stage, Barretto and Frazão rely on João Paulo Esteves da Silva to remember and remind us of Sassetti's music and the reason why we are all together in this room.

    Guitarist, composer and improviser based in Porto and Copenhagen, Mané Fernandes is part of a broad experimental music scene that he likes to call “Post-Beat Aesthetics”. This quintet, born in Copenhagen, in a “hippie collective” house from the 70s, brings to Outono em Jazz its latest work ENTER THE sQUIGG. In it, the group created an original rhythmic and conceptual language based on the compositions of Mané Fernandes, exploring the universe of micro-rhythms, the live recording method followed by ideas produced in the studio, centred on the sound and role of the drums, greatly influenced by Malcolm Braff and his “General Theory of Rhythm”. A decisive statement in Mané Fernandes' career as a composer, ENTER THE sQUIGG is also a treatise on rhythm and itselody, fed by the many 'songs' of the African-American tradition.

     


     

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