The Day After the Silence - 1976 Piano Solo
When it was recorded Italy was going through an explosive period of political change, which also affected the new jazz scene, which was gradually moving closer towards that of other European countries. Italian jazz was about to experience a genuine moment of renaissance, which would lead to an exponential growth in the number of musicians and the variety of trends, Italy entered a phase that was full of new talent and new ideas. In this context Enrico Pieranunzi began to make a name for himself thanks to his originality and the technical and expressive mastery, which is so evident his music and of which this CD is an eloquent testimony.
Upon its release 'The Day after the Silence' was met with enthusiastic reviews by the critics of the time. For example Salvatore Biamonte praised Pieranunzi's "masterly technique, impeccable taste and extraordinary imagination", while the Canadian magazine Coda declared that he was "the most interesting pianist active in Italy, whose phrases are articulated with great care, and whose mind is as agile as his fingers".
Personnel: Enrico Pieranunzi (piano)
- The Day After the Silence
- Trichromatic Line
- Blue Song
- Our Blues
- Blues Up
- The Mood is Good
- The Flight of Belphegor
- A Gay Day
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