Atma Mundi Ensemble – The Road To Skitacha

mag 4, 2016   //   by birdlandstudio   //   Jazz Etno Acoustic  //  No Comments


℗ 2016 Birdland Sounds



Tracks 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10 recorded on 22 June 2015 at studio “Accademia” in Verona, Italy. Recording & sound engineering by Roberto Cetoli
Tracks 1, 2, 5, 8 recorded on 06 November 2015 at studio “Birdland” in Gorizia, Italy. Recording & sound engineering by Francesco Marzona
Mixed by Zoran Majstorovic and Goran Lakotic at “Magnetron Records Studio B” in Rijeka, Croatia
Mastered by Stefano Amerio at “Artesuono” studio in Cavalicco, Italy

1.Free at last (opening) 2:49
2.Signor Grando 5:53
3.Tubastraea 5:51
4.The road to Skitacha 6:40
5.Eterna mai 5:31
6.Senkwekwe 5:12
7.To Amar 7:51
8.Gebra’s love song 5:23
9.Coral sea (closing) 6:54
bonus track:
10.“1947” – Atma Mundi Ensemble feat. Arsen & Matija Dedic 4:41

All songs composed and arranged by Zoran Majstorovic except bonus track: music and lyrics by Sergio Endrigo, arranged by Zoran Majstorovic.
Album produced by Zoran Majstorovic.

Zoran Majstorovic – el. guitar on tracks 1, 2, 4 ; acc. nylon string guitar on tracks 7, 9, 10 ; oud on tracks  3, 8 ; saz on track 5 ; ukulele on track 6
Simone Serafini – doublebass on tracks 1-5 and 7-10 ; el. bass on track 6
Borko Rupena – drums and percussion on tracks 1-10
Mirko Cisilino – trumpet on tracks 1-10
Matija Dedic – piano on tracks 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10
Francesco Bearzatti – tenor sax on tracks 1, 2 ; clarinet on tracks 5, 8

Istrian soil cover artwork by Hari Ivancic

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All songs were written as a musical statement which clearly denotes the uniqueness and importance of traditional music, both as a point of departure in a compositional process which has led to these songs and also as a part of  human cultural heritage . These compositions are original works but all of them are rooted into various musical traditions and are representing an idea of musical bonding between different areas and cultures of our planet.

Bonus track is a recording we all became very emotionally attached to, being the last recording of such a great artist like Arsen Dedic was. This version of  “1947” was taken from the project “Sergio Endrigo – Momenti di jazz” produced by Alberto Zeppieri for “Musica Jazz – Italy” (MJ 1298).

Big thanks to Simone,Borko, Mirko, Matija and Francesco for giving their energy into my music.Another big thanks to all the people who were a part of the making process of this album.This music is dedicated to bringing more peace and love to our planet, Earth.

Zoran Majstorovic



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