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Spinelli, Alexian Santino
Romanó Drom (Romany Caravan) for Accordion, Voice and Orchestra
[Score]


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Contents: Romanó dives/ Murdevèlë Mèngre/ A briglie sciolte/ La danza del fuoco/ Romanó bravalipé/ Ave Maria romaní (musica: Paolo di Biase)/ Melologo (musica: Fabio Neri)/ Echi d’oriente/ Romanó sunó/ La danza del Beng/ Pri ni thèm fiddèrë (Domenico Arcieri - Santino Spinelli)

Performance Material on Hire
[Solo: Voice - 2.1.2.1 - 2.2.0.0 - Timp.Perc.Glock.Darabukka - Acn.Buzuki.Gtr.Pf - Str]

Author: Alexian Santino Spinelli (*1964)
Publication Date: 10-1-2008
Series: Romany Music
Edition: Score
Pages: pp. 296
Size: 230x310 mm
Binding: Paperback (Soft Cover)
ISMN: 979-0-2153-1586-0
Code: ROM 1A

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Alexian website: www.alexian.it

CNI Music website: www.cnimusic.it

Ethnoworld website: www.ethnoworldmusic.com


You can hear the pieces from this collection on iTunes at the following links:

Romanó dives

Murdevèlë Mèngre

Ave Maria romaní

Romanó sunó

Pri ni thèm fiddère

 

Biographical Notes

Product detailsSantino Spinelli (1964), in art Alexian, artist of international reputation and accordion virtuoso, is an Abruzzese Rom pertaining to the more ancient Romany community established in Italy. Musician, composer and poet, he teaches Romany Language and Culture at the University of Chieti and at the University of Trieste. During the 6th World Congress of the International Romany Union (October 2004), not governmental organism that represents the Romany communities of all the world at the ONU, he has been named ambassador of the Romany art and culture in the world. His production includes: the CDs Romanó Drom – Carovana romaní (Ethnoworld, 2002), Parovibbé – Metamorfosi (Ethnoworld, 2004), So me sinoˇm – Ciò che sono (Ethnoworld, 2004, 3 CDs), Andrè miró Romanó Gi – Viaggio nella mia anima Rom (Ass. Thèm Romanó e Provincia dell’Aquila, 2006, 2 CDs), Romanó Thèm – Orizzonti Rom (Compagnia Nuove Indye, 2007), Me pase ko Murdevèlë – Io ac-Canto a Dio (Compagnia Nuove Indye, 2008); the two poetry books Gilí RomaníCanto Rom (Lacio Drom, Roma 1988) and RomanipéIdentità romaní (Solfanelli, Chieti 1993); the historical essay Baro romano drom – La lunga strada di rom, sinti, kale, manouches e romanichals (Meltemi editore, Roma 2003). Website: www.alexian.it

Series Details

Romany Music

The music, with its high instructive and communicative value, has played, over the centuries, an active role in Romany society in the defence, preservation and transmission of the Romany culture, identity and language, that’s to say the romanipé. Since Renaissance the Roma, moving around from square to square and from castle to castle, have influenced cultured musicians, bringing rhythmic, musical and instrumental innovations. But it was particularly in the Romantic era – when the concepts of nation, cultural roots, local folklore and freedom were asserted – that great composers like Listz, Brahms, Schubert and later Dvorák, Musorgskij, Ravel, Debussy, Bartók, Stravinskij, took inspiration largely on the Romany musical tradition.
Europe, a cultural mosaic, is also a musical mosaic and every people is the guardian of rhythms and styles that have been renewed through the ages. In this rich cultural European mosaic, Roma originally coming from North India have given their input, with different colors and shapes.
In many countries the Romany culture has become part of the local folklore and often the folklore of those countries identifies with the Romany art or culture: the flamenco in Spain, Hungarian violinists, Romanian cymbalisti, music in Russia and in the countries of the former Yugoslavia. Some musical kinds derive from Roma, like the Czárdás and Verbunkos but also, as just said, flamenco and lots of Balkan music, beside Jazz Manouche.

Reviews

Giornale della Musica (12/08)
Alexian trascritto - Può la 'romanipé', cioè l'essenza stessa dell'identità e della cultura romaní, esplicarsi in un contesto ben poco istintivo e molto più mediato come quello di un'intera orchestra? Probabilmente sì, e a dimostrarcelo è l'alfiere in Italia del mondo rom, Santino 'Alexian' Spinelli, che in collaborazione con la casa editrice Ut Orpheus, Ethnoworld e Cni Music pubblica tre volumi di partiture di composizioni romaní trascritte per orchestra. Brani come 'Romanó dives' o 'Romanó sunó' assumono un nuovo spettrocromatico nelle intavolature per archi, legni e ottoni. La verve ritmica tipica della musica romaní viene accentuata dagli ostinati dell'intera orchestra, mentre le melodie di influsso arabo sottendono armonie più complesse.