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28-05-2004

Aiello, Massimo
Tribute to Beethoven - drum in the symphony no. 9

reviewed by Antonio Rettura (e-mail: antonio@rockit.it)

 

Some things aren’t suitable to middle-ways:           you can love or hate them!

It’s certain that someone will disagree knowing that a drummer intruded in the german Master’s great opera, while some other shout “Heresy”. We want to forget for a moment the more “snob” purists and go to discover what is there underneath this atypical and interesting fusion between classical music and drums.

Massimo Aiello doesn’t done nothing but adding a new instrument to the orchestra (isn’t enough?), where nobody had write the score before. We can guess that this is a work that needs a great knowledge, in Beethoven’s opera in first, and especially in drums. For who that don’t know him, the neapolitan musician wich live in Veneto began his career in the 80’s collaborating also with Aldo Tagliapietra (singer of Le Orme), Ricky Gianco, and he played with Tullio De Piscopo. Owner of  an indisputable technique and talent, he enrich the symphony without invading it, emphasizing and making the most of the tension bends during the four opera’s movements.

All in all we can declare that Massimo Aiello had carried out a double tribute: one to the opera, the other because, in a certain way, he had made topical and modern the masterpiece of the german composer, making it more near to the new generations.

For who that ever listened to classical music (and to the Beethoven’s operas in particular) this is the right time, an umpteenth interesting spur to do that…


 
Aiello, Massimo

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Anno di uscita: 2001
Supporto: CD
Etichetta: Azzurra Music
Durata: 79:30

Tracce:
1. 1° Movement: allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso
2. 2° Movement: molto vivace
3. 3° Movement: adagio molto e cantabile (Present for Ludwig)
4. 4° Movement: presto con coro finale / Inno alla gioia / melodic drum solo / resto del finale

Formazione:
- Massimo Aiello: batteria
- Supporto registrato dell’orchestra Camerata Cassovia diretta da Walter Attanasi

Produzione artistica:
- Massimo Aiello

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