Diary of a young man with a piano; note by note.


“I am a free prince, and I have as much authority to make war on the whole world, as he who has a hundred sail of ships at sea, and an army of 100,000 men in the field.”

Samuel Bellamy

In these pages, I’ve collected some experiences of my music, my research, my daily life, and my musical practice. Some of them are pure experiments of improvisation (open improvisation, armonic, melodic, etc.. ), some are rearranged songs, some are my own compositions, some are recorded composition/improvisation exercises. All of them are unpretentious, you are welcome to listen to them as they are and just enjoy them.

Feel free to comment and write me; I’ll try to respond to you as soon as possible. Please remember that I’m only a student and musical researcher: be kind and patient.

Thanks for listening and reading.

This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.

Leonard Bernstein

Technical notes: all these recordings are home made. They are taken with two microphones and the Zoom H4 recorder. Edited with Audacity.

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