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Aka Moon With Ictus
Aka Moon With Ictus
Invisible mother
 
Record Labels Carbon 7
Phonographic reference C7-038
Released July 1999
Media cd
 

The 3 albums INVISIBLE SUN, INVISIBLE MOTHER and INVISIBLE MOON make up a triptych composed by Fabrizio Cassol for Aka Moon.

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 Performers

Fabrizio Cassol - Alto saxophone, Composer    
Michel Hatzigeorgiou - Electric bass    
Stéphane Galland - Drums    
George-Elie Octors - Conductor    
Tkashi Yamane - Clarinet    
Piet Van Bockstal - Oboe, English horn    
George Van Dam - Violin    
Paul De Clerck - Viola    
Gery Cambier - Double bass    
Jean-Luc Plouvier - Piano, Celesta (on 18, 19, 20)    


 Bands

Aka Moon  


 Tracks

Part 1
1.   Genese    
2.   The Lake, The Light And The Mountain      
3.   Inner Fire      
4.   Birth Of Ganga      
 
Part 2
5.   Constellation 1      
6.   Constellation 2      
7.   Invisible Mother      
8.   Constellation 4      
9.   Constellation 4      
10.   Constellation 5 "The Mother"      
11.   The Joy Of Siva      
12.   Constellation 6      
13.   Constellation 7      
 
Part 3
14.   The Calls      
15.   Stone Of Wisdom      
16.   After Accomplishment      
17.   School Of Mysteries      
 
Part 4
18.   The Wind    
19.   Ascension      
20.   Praying After Meditation      

Compositions : Fabrizio Cassol

The music of INVISIBLE MOTHER is based mainly on two ancestral schools of knowledge: the I Ching (Chinese book of changes), which follows the principle of mutation of the different elements; and Karnatic music (from South India), which includes specific rhythms and harmonic logics (gati betam & srutti betam) in keeping with the moods and colours of the different ragas and talas.
We also try to connect two different approaches: the tradition of Western written music (Ictus) & improvised music (Aka Moon), which means the synchronisation of different attitudes to sounds, memories, times, spaces and intentions...
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