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CD Booklet 8 Pages - Release Date: 30/04/1998 - World Music - Sicily
1. Temp Sainza Temp
4. Li Vuci di L'Omini
Viaggiari is the first CD recorded by Agricantus in which the group finds itself having to deal within a contaminated music with electronics oriented dance. From this record then begins the turning etnotrance who will accompany the group to this day.
The arrangements of the songs on the EP, but Anninnia, are cared for by David Pinelli. The vuci text of the men is inspired by a poem written by Ignazio Buttitta, while that of Sainza Temp Temp by Linard Bardill.
Toni Acquaviva: Voice
Mario Crispi: Flute mouthpiece Changed, Arghoul, Zummara
Giuseppe Panzeca: Choir
David Pinelli: Programming
Mario Rivera: Bass Guitar, Choir
Rosie Wiederkehr: Voice
Agricantus (from the latin: the singing of the corn field): is a band gender 'world ethnic-electronica' , born in Palermo. The group became famous in the mid 90's with the 'sound' of bandleader Tonj Acquaviva, and the arrival of Swiss singer Rosie Wiederkehr. From the beginning, Agricantus (Latin: the song of the corn field), has always had a boundless vision of the world, from which to extract a musical narrative through links with the cultures of the five continents. His artistic journey is symbolically based on 'vision of peace between peoples', that peace can be built continuously through the sounds, music and words. The intention is to enrich their music with sounds and colors, languages and scripts, with the desire to lead the listener through a continuous 'growing' and 'lowering' of music, to switch to another possible world.
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