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Daniele Sepe

The music of the world converges with the performances and recordings of saxophonist, flautist, and composer Daniele Sepe. While rooted in improvisational jazz, Sepe provides found motivation in from free-form jazz and middle ages chant to hip-hop and digital dance music. A graduate from the Conservatory of Naples, using a level in flute functionality, Sepe continued to review saxophone and structure. After a longer period being a sideman for rings led by G. Paoli, R. DeSimone, T. De Sio, and R. Murolo, he released his solo profession in the first ’90s. His debut single record, Mulamusica — Il Parco, released in 1991, was set alongside the innovative recordings of Frank Zappa and Nino Rota. Music from his 1994 record Vite Perdite was utilized by filmmaker Mario Martone for his film Amore Molesto. The record was reissued internationally in 1996. Sepe proceeds to perform along with his rings, Artwork Enemble of Soccavo and Tuba Furious.

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