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In cerca di cibo

Contains:
  • 1. In cerca di cibo / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 2. Geppetto / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 3. Villanella / Gianluigi Trovesi
Publisher:
ECM, 2000
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Round about Weill

Contains:
  • 1. Dov'e la citta / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 2. Ach bedenken sie herr Jack O'Brien / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 3. Tango ballade / Gianluigi Trovesi
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Publisher:
ECM, 2005
CD

In cerca di cibo

Contains:
  • 1. In cerca di cibo / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 2. Geppetto / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 3. Villanella / Gianluigi Trovesi
Genre:
Publisher:
ECM, 2008
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Frère Jacques : Round about Offenbach

Contains:
  • 1. Sognando hélène; oui c'est un rêve / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 2. Ah que les hommes sont bêtes; mon dieu mon dieu / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 3. Piff paff pouff; la duchessa nei caraibi / Gianluigi Trovesi
Publisher:
ECM Records, 2011
CD

Ansema

Contains:
  • 1. Mazurtango / Tre Martelli
  • 2. La 'nsla tera benedia / Tre Martelli
  • 3. La bela marianin / Tre Martelli
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Publisher:
Felmay, 2014
CD

L'archiliuto

Contains:
  • 1. L'orchestre del cuore / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 2. Vino briscola e canti al bar Rosa / Gianluigi Trovesi
  • 3. L'organetto di Luigi Savoia / Gianluigi Trovesi
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Publisher:
Egea, 2002

Gianni Coscia on Wikipedia

Gianni Coscia (born January 23, 1931 in Alessandria) is an Italian jazz accordionist. Originally a lawyer, Coscia began focusing full-time on jazz music. Expresses an interest in developing "the remote values of cultural and popular tradition through the language of jazz." Has toured widely on the international jazz circuit. Of interest: the liner notes to his first CD were written by his former classmate Umberto Eco and he collaborated with Luciano Berio in the writing of the music o…

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Gianni Coscia