Wood, Saffron

Lorenzo Scopelliti based in Italy is famous within the ambientmusic and poetry. He is also known through his collaborations with Alio Die.
Wood, Saffron
Alio Die + Saffron Wood - Corteggiando le Messi

Artist:  Alio Die
P: 2005 
Composedand recorded in 2004-05, with Saffron Wood playing psaltery and zither while Alio Die provides all other sound via flute, loops and field recordings (plus a piano sample borrowed from another collaborator, Festina Lente), ‘Corteggiandole Messi’ is stunning. It actually sounds like the ambient sounds have been recorded out of the ether without human interference, all very delicate and fragile. An unobtrusive and meditative suite sweetly soothing without even beingin the neighbourhood of cloying. Italian soundscapist Alio Die loves to collaborate, and before getting to one of his finest solo records to date, let us pause to reflect on a couple of his finerco-piloting gigs from the past couple of years.

All Tracks Composed and Performed by Stefano Musso(©BMI) and Lorenzo Scopelliti
between 2004 and 2005, at Temple and Mobile Studio.
Alio Die : zither, psaltery, kalimba, flutes, drones and loops , editing and field recordings.
Saffron Wood: psaltery and zither
Thanks to Festina Lente for piano’s sample on “Argentea Nostalgia” .
Special thanks to Alessandro Mazzitelli
for his precious technical support.

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Saffron Wood - Platonica Filosofia della Temperanza

Artist: Saffron Wood
A land hidden from controled pleasures of  rationality among soul an internal platonic part, it is the first andoncy CD by Lorenzo Scopelliti, single musical expression of Saffron Wood, rich in enthusiasm and  love, emboried between discoring and long harmonious. An important page rich in inconsious caracters and sonorous pigments put togheter. In an original evocative hemisphire a thinking walk between the greek Skopelos and the mediteranean Sicily. The Friscalettu flutes, the impulsive tibetan trumpet and his bells. The vibrating harmoniuns dances of the sicilian Maranzannu and the  Vietnamese Danmoi, the evocative sonority of the Indian Dilruba and the Egyptian Rebab, the shy puffs of the Shakuhachi and the indian Bansuri, the cymbals, the ceramic and glass percussions, are in this  way translated and trasformed omeopathicly in "Platonic Philosophy" expressing the possible prophecy among soul, ground and the acoustic steps of a special peace.... where we often like to find ourselves.

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