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Ten Miles to Bisbee [film score]

Personnel:
María Teresa Lozano: soprano
Santi Caballero: flute
El Pricto: clarinet
Luiz Rocha: bass clarinet
Agustí Martínez: alto sax
Tom Chant: tenor sax
Clara Canimas: bassoon
Marc García: french horn
Andrés Acebes: trumpet
Frédéric Filiatre: trombone
Lucas Suárez: electric guitar, banjo & lapsteel
Manel Miralles: prepared guitar
Joanna Miramontes: piano
Vasco Trilla: percussion
Owen Kilfeather: percussion
Núria Andorrà: marimba/percussion
Julia Álvaro, Isaac Bachs, Adriana González,
Clara Núria Joan Marí: violins
Agnès Ruiz, Elena Martínez: violas
Laura Isbert, Marta Pons: cellos
Johannes Nästesjö: double bass

EXT. Canyon, Dom & Bob (V.O.) and The Escape composed and conducted by Javier Bayón; Ten Miles to Bisbee – Main Theme and POV: Final Judgement composed by Javier Bayón and Iván Cester, conducted by Javier Bayón;
The Ghost Goes West composed and conducted by Owen Kilfeather; Any Old Macaroni composed and conducted by El Pricto.
Cover Art and Design by Margarita Rojas

Jam Session @ Robadors 23, 2nd July 2015

El Pricto y Luiz Rocha at Robadors Sessions

Great! Two consecutives jam sessions of Free Improvisation.
You can find some photos of the Robadors Sessions jam at Dani Álvarez’ blog The Way You Look Tonight

1st Impro Jam @ Nocturna Discordia

names for the random groups at the 1st Impro Jam - Nocturna Discordia #32
Nocturna Discordia – Names for the random groups

Impro Jam at Soda Acústic – Nocturna Discordia #32 – 1st July 2015

Discordian Records organizes Free Improvisation concerts every Wednesday at Soda and yesterday was the first jam session. The opening concert was a quartet composed by Ada Rave (ts), Nicolas Chientaroli (pn), Vasco Trilla (dr) and me, Luiz Rocha (cl).

Ada y Nico curate the Impro Jam in Amsterdan. Playing and sharing a house with them at a the Free Flow Festival in south Italy and joining some great jams in Portugal at MIA and Desterro made me feel the urge to see such a thing in Barcelona: a meeting place where free improvisers – with different backgrounds, concepts and experience, can share music and communicate.

Simple mechanism: for each performance we threw a 4 sided dice to define if the group was either a solo, a duo, a trio or a quartet; then we picked the names of the musicians out of a hat. The grand finale was El Pricto conducting an improvisation with all the musicians who wanted to join.

Will be repeated.

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A big synchronicity… today (one day later) the pals from Sessions at Robadors are closing the season with a jam.