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Rita Bincoletto, Diego Vio, Max Trabucco Feat. Anais Drago – Duende (2022 24/96 FLAC)

Rita Bincoletto, Diego Vio, Max Trabucco Feat. Anais Drago - Duende (2022 24/96 FLAC)

Rita Bincoletto, Diego Vio, Max Trabucco Feat. Anais Drago – Duende (2022 24/96 FLAC)

Artist: Rita Bincoletto, Diego Vio, Max Trabucco Feat. Anais Drago
Album: Duende
Release/Reissue: 2022
Genre: Jazz

01. Mediterraneo
02. Duende
03. Amygdalaki Tsakisa
04. Desert Way
05. Esperare
06. Tres Sirenas
07. Isfahan Trip
08. Isola
09. Samba Em Naufragio

A fantastic, dreamlike journey between the coasts of the Mediterranean, an ancient sea rich in history, which has always been a communicating flow of different cultures, where instinct guides the traveler to rediscover the roots of the places that inspire Arabian melodies and ancient songs, and to be shipwrecked among the waves of this sensation. From the deep, black and lively song typically “Duende” of Spain, crossing the islands of Magna Graecia, to the gates of an enchanted city and a destination for centuries-old exchanges and inspirations between East and West. A carrefour of languages, sounds and colors, beautifully recorded to give even the most refined audiophile palates an exceptional listening perception.


Our interpretation of the term Duende, a feeling known in flamenco culture and well described by Garcìa Lorca, is to create a relationship between the opposite worlds within us, between the outer and inner world, it is a war of emotions, a mysterious link between the darkness of the unconscious and the light of conscience is what gives you the chills, an elevated state of emotion that materializes in the artistic act.


“The duende is not a question of ability, but of authentic living style, of blood, of ancient culture and, at the same time, of creation in act. “


“These black sounds are the mystery, they are the roots that sink into the silt that we all know, that we all we ignore, but from which it comes when it is substantial in art. “

Rita Bincoletto vocals
Diego Vio guitar
Max Trabucco drums
Anais Drago violin