Hi, a few years ago I released "Crossthing" an album featuring a great sax player: Max Ionata.
In this track you can hear ourselves playing solos and trading eights and fours on "Crossthing", a composition of mine.
The tune has a funk pedal and a swinging bebop bridge, hence ita name...
Hi, I just added this new mouthpiece review to my youtube channel.
The mouthpiece is made with CNC machines and then carefully handfinished by Alessandro Degola in Modena, Italy.
It is made of German hard rubber, overall the mouthpiece is inspired by vintage Otto Links.
It has some...
Hi, in this period I am transcribing all the time, and I am fascinated in particular by other instruments than saxophone.
I find it useful to open our mind to different approaches. I have found that trumpet and piano players have a different swing feel than saxophonist and different harmonics...
Hi, this is a vlog that I did last year, but I noticed that I never posted it because I forgot to add english subtitles.
Now I added them.
I want to share the benefits of practicing (and creating) walking bass lines on our instruments.
1 It is a great way to deepen into the chord changes and the...
Hi, the only thing I want to say is that during this hard period I had lots of fun doing this episode.
Starring: Camilla, as dog / Myself as saxplayer and "fool storyteller" / Historic records as solos that I transcribed.
Hope you like. Subscribe to be updated, I will upload all of the...
Hello. Today my vlog restarts after a long break. Did you miss it, didn't you? I do! In this episode I have played and analyzed a phrase by Cannonball Adderley from "Things are getting better". Subscribe to support my channel and to be updated. Enjoy!
Please let me know what do you think.
Hello, I grew up listening to this fantastic piano solo from the legendary album "Kind of blue" by Miles Davis, so I decided to play it on bari sax. Wynton Kelly 's solo is a perfect example of building ideas using "call and response" and connecting each phrase to the next one. It is a...
Hello everyone, this is "I mean you" with my trio with Pietro Ciancaglini on bass and Andrea Nunzi on drums.
I love playing Monk's music, especially with a pianoless trio.
The camera position is a bit odd i know, haha!
Hi, I recorded my last gig with a zoom Q4N.
I bought it few days ago, but it seems a very portable tool to record gigs.
Overall the conderser mics are good and the audio is better than the video, but it is a very usable device, not expensive and super easy to carry.
This is a solo on "Nobody...
Hi, I have recently released "Trisonic", my 3rd album as a bandleader and composer.
This is an interview by Simon Sargsyan, hope you enjoy it
Hi, this is "wobblin around" the second video live in studio from my new album "Trisonic".
The group is a trio with Pietro Ciancaglini on bass, Andrea Nunzi on drums and me on baritone saxophone.
The time shuffles between 7/4 and 3/4, it wobbles... hence the title.
I am very grateful to Greg...
Hi, I am very pleased to let you know that "Trisonic", my new album is finally out now!
Greg Osby, a fantastic sax player that collaborated with great musicians like Herbie Hancock, Jack De Johnette and Dizzy Gillespie wrote the liner notes:
"...Fabrizio D'Alisera has a very strong voice on...
Hi, I want to share the way this "chord spelling" arpeggio exercises.
I have used "all the thing you are" as a platform for this study.
I have played every chord both in root position and in all inversions.
Hope you like it, subscribe to my channel to be updated, a new video every monday...
Hi, in this new vlog I talked about the Gregory's jazz connection:a new weekly gig with different arrangements and repertoire every wednesday.
I used a zoom Q4N to shot the live video, so you can see how it works on automatic setting.
Subscribe to my youtube channel and follow my facebook page...
Hi, this is a new video of my coposition "night journey", a bossa groove based in 5/4 played live with my quintet.
This track is contained in my new cd "Mr. Jobhopper" out now for alfa music.
Hope you enjoy!
Hi, this is a tune from my concert at the Alexanderplatz Jazz Club in Rome.
The tune is entitled "silent bob" : I usually write pieces full of chords and substitutions, but for the first time I wanted to write a minimalist tune, a sort of swing mantra with 2 chords, I think the tiltle represents...