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Urban/R&B: Soul Moods: Type: Instrumental World: Belly Dancing Jazz: Jazz Fusion

By Location
ITALY

JASSNIRO

Jassniro makes his first steps in music in 1990 joining as a keyboardist the afro-band "Kilimandjaro" & the campaign "Africa for Italy" , to promote ethnic african music produced in Italy, and with the special participation of Mr. Nelson Mandela. Later on , in Rovereto , Jassniro & the Kilimandjaro join the 3 days live for Africa, with the participation of artists such as Chala Mouana and Aziz Inanga .In 1991 joins the afro-cuban band Shalana, based in Perugia, collaborating with artists from R.D.Congo,Ivory Coast,Gabon,and performing live all over the region Umbria . Nowadays,he is up to his research work on instrumental music, midiphonic programming & soundtracks themes.
""When we feel confused and we do not find referring points, and our friends seem more distant to us, then let us must seek other values in things that initially they appeared banal, and perhaps they show a different essence. Our full spirituality can be carried out even in the relations out of our similar, in elements of nature, like animals, or music… " "When I think of life as a strange dream I reflect on our time, and not just the hours, minutes, seconds, that scan our days. I believe in new ways of making music like taking the sounds of nature (such as waterfalls, wolves, rivers, thunders)or more overtalking and screams taken live from the streets to mix on instrumental phrases, in a free style like Mr. Coltrane... Now it's time for a new emotional music"-
JASSNIRO..
"After a long process my idea of music has changed.. I am working on a project like putting much 'overtalking' in instrumental phrases, like going to a market and taking some 'real samplings', such as voices from the crowd & noises or some samplings from the nature and putting them in the form of emotional patterns through an intense music blending...
Music should reflect life as a recording live session, based not only of musical tools, but also of sounds taken from our ordinary life..."