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Egberto Gismonti

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Egberto Gismonti
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Egberto Gismonti, 1980
Background information
Birth nameEgberto Amin Gismonti
Born (1947-12-05) 5 December 1947 (age 71)
Carmo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
GenresProgressive rock, folk rock, jazz
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter
Instruments8-string guitar, 10 string guitar, piano, wood flutes, kalimba, Indian organ
Years active1969–present
LabelsECM, EMI
Associated actsJan Garbarek
Charlie Haden
Nana Vasconcelos

Egberto Amin Gismonti (born December 5, 1947 in Carmo, state of Rio de Janeiro)[1] is a Brazilian composer, guitarist and pianist.[1]

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Biography

Egberto Gismonti in Buenos Aires, 2017.
Egberto Gismonti in Buenos Aires, 2017.
Egberto Gismonti - Portrait by Gert Chesi
Egberto Gismonti - Portrait by Gert Chesi

Gismonti was born in the small city of Carmo, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, into a musical family. His mother was from Sicily and his father was from Beirut, Lebanon. At the age of six, he started studying the piano at the Brazilian Conservatory of Music. After studying the classical repertoire in Brazil for fifteen years, he went to Paris to delve into modern music. He studied with Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), after acceptance as a student by the composer Jean Barraqué, a student of Anton Webern and Schoenberg. Boulanger encouraged Gismonti to write the collective Brazilian experience into his music.[2]

Gismonti is a self-taught guitarist. After returning to Brazil, he designed guitars with more than six strings, expanding the possibilities of the instrument. Approaching the fretboard as if it were a keyboard, Gismonti gives the impression that there is more than a single guitar player. Gismonti's sojourn in the Xingu region of the Amazon basin made a lasting impression. This is documented musically in tunes like "Yualapeti" and "Sapain" (Yualapeti shaman, Sapain) and in the recordings Dança das Cabeças (Dance of the Heads, 1977), Sol do Meio-Dia (Noon Sun, 1978), which he dedicated to the Xingu, and Duas Vozes (Two Voices, 1984).[3]

The musical career of Gismonti spans five decades. The major phases are distinguished by record company, the ensemble format, and the musical collaborators. The most important ensembles are his Brazilian group Academia de Danças, including Mauro Senise (saxophone and flutes), Zeca Assumpção (bass) and Nenê (Realcino Lima Filho, drums and percussion), the duo with Naná Vasconcelos (percussion), and the trio with Charlie Haden (bass) and Jan Garbarek (saxophone). Dança das Cabecas, the first ECM record, was nominated 'Album of the Year' by Stereo Review and received the 1977 Großer Deutscher Schallplattenpreis.[4]

Discography

  • Egberto Gismonti (Elenco, 1969)
  • Sonho '70 (Polydor, 1970)
  • Orfeo Novo (MPS, 1970)
  • Água e Vinho (EMI-Odeon, 1972)[5]
  • Egberto Gismonti (EMI-Odeon, 1973)
  • Árvore (Decca/ECM, 1973)
  • Academia de Danças (EMI, 1974)
  • Corações Futuristas (Odeon, 1976)
  • Carmo (EMI, 1977)
  • Dança das Cabeças (ECM, 1977) with Naná Vasconcelos
  • Nó Caipira (Odeon, 1978)
  • Sol do Meio Dia (ECM, 1978)
  • Solo (ECM, 1979)
  • Mágico (ECM, 1979) with Charlie Haden and Jan Garbarek
  • Circense (1980)
  • Folk Songs (ECM, 1981) with Charlie Haden and Jan Garbarek
  • Sanfona (ECM, 1981) solo and with Academia de Dancas
  • Em Família (EMI, 1981)
  • Fantasia (1982)
  • Cidade Coração (1983)
  • Bandeira do Brasil (1984)
  • Duas Vozes (ECM, 1984) with Naná Vasconcelos
  • Trem Caipira (ECM, 1985)
  • Live at Berlin Jazzbühne Jazz Festival (1984)
  • Alma (1986)
  • O Pagador de Promessas (1988)
  • Dança dos Escravos (ECM, 1989)
  • Feixe de Luz (1988)
  • Presents a Musical Childhood with Infância (1990)
  • Amazônia (ECM, 1991)
  • Kuarup (Carmo, 1991)
  • Infância (ECM, 1991)
  • Casa das Andorinhas (1992)
  • Música de Sobrevivência (1993)
  • Brasil Musical (1993)
  • Zig Zag (ECM, 1995)
  • Forrobodó (Carmo, 1996)
  • Violão (Carmo, 1996)
  • Meeting Point (ECM, 1997)
  • In Montreal (ECM, 2001) with Charlie Haden
  • Corações Futuristas (EMI, 2001)
  • Retratos (EMI, 2004)
  • Mágico: Carta de Amor (ECM, 2012) with Jan Garbarek and Charlie Haden

References

  1. ^ a b AllMusic Biography
  2. ^ Gilman, Bruce. "Egberto Gismonti". Brazzil.com. Retrieved 2016-06-28.
  3. ^ "Egberto Gismonti". Biography. ECM Records. Retrieved 2016-06-28.
  4. ^ "Egberto Gismonti". Biography. AllAboutJAzz. Retrieved 2016-06-28.
  5. ^ "Egberto Gismonti é destaque na série "Discos Fundamentais"" (in Portuguese). OlhoVivo. 2012-11-13. Retrieved 2012-11-13.

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