RUSTIC NIGHTS & ROUGH PICTURES: VIKRAM ROY’S MUSIC MEETS ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI’ S ARTWORKS / THE CLIP

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The “atmospheric” music created by fellow blogger Vikram Roy   (http://vikramroyblog.com/) meets “Lacer/Actions” artworks by Roberto Alborghetti in a videoclip titled “Rustic Nights”.  

Vikram Roy – composer, producer, author and business writer living in India – has just published an album (“Rustic Nights”) which may be downloaded at:  

https://soundcloud.com/vikramroy/rustic-nights?in=vikramroy/sets/electrofusi

In “Rustic Nights” Vikram Roy plays all the instruments ( sinth, drum kits, dance pad, loops and piano) creating a compelling sound which mixes so well with eleven images from Roberto Alborghetti collection about torn and decomposed publicity posters. So let’s watch this great and artistic collaboration made possible thanks to web.         

ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI - LACER/ACTIONS 2013 - IMAGES OF TORN AND DECOMPOSED PUBLICITY POSTERS

ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI – LACER/ACTIONS 2013 – IMAGES OF TORN AND DECOMPOSED PUBLICITY POSTERS

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VOICES & ECHOES…WITH THE WONDERFUL MUSIC BY MIKE STRICKLAND (WHO THANKS FOR THE CLIP!)

When I read Susan Kahn “Empty Moon” poem at her “Emptinesscafe”Blog, I instinctively thought to a “Lacer/actions” artwork I’ve created with my torn posters and urban signs images (“Voices and Echoes From The Cities”, 2011, Canvas+ mixed media, 70×50).

From Animoto library I chose a capturing soundtrack, “Flying”, by talented composer, pianist and performer Mike Strickland. He saw this clip through my You Tube channel and he kindly sent to me his beautiful comment. Thank you so much Mike!

I invite you sharing his wonderful music at his YT channel:

http://www.youtube.com/user/gretalegs

IT’ S A “GLORIOUS MORNING” WHEN “SPRING ARRIVES” : MY ARTWORKS PHOTO GALLERY

© Roberto Alborghetti

On kind request, I’m glad to dedicate this post to “Lacer/actions” artworks I used to create GLORIOUS MORNING CLIP with the beautiful piano solo by Canadian composer and pianist Gene Emerson. When I heard her “Glorious Morning” composition I immediately thought to some of my recent artworks (images of torn poster and urban signs). I think these artworks try to interpret the sense of Gene’s piano solo inspired by a Rumi‘s ode.

Gene says : “Glorious Morning is really an ode to a beautiful, warm and sunny morning at the beginning of Spring, – after long cold winter – when the world is changing, the flowers are blooming and the birds are singing. Such a great change in nature has inspired me to compose this piece. Also, I must say, I have found Rumi’s lovely poem ‘Spring Arrives’ is very close to the spirit of this piece. His poem is so much full of optimism. He throws away all dogmas, religious fanaticism and pessimism. His free spirited vision of love and passion for life is so overwhelming. Although the poem is 800 years old, but Rumi’s description of flowers and trees would never become old and it is very relevant for our Spring in 2012…”

I want to thank all the people who appreciated the videoclip throughout the web!

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“GLORIOUS MORNING”: RUMI’S POEM INSPIRED A GREAT PIANO SOLO BY GENE EMERSON IN A CLIP WITH ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI ‘S ART

Music is colour, image, movement, poetry… and a GLORIOUS MORNING too! This is the title of a great original piano solo by Gene Emerson, from Canada. Gene is a talented composer and pianist. I was really amazed and fascinated by her music. When I heard her “Glorious Morning” I immediately thought to some of my “Lacer/actions” artworks.

 And the idea to collaborate with Gene for a clip became stronger when I read her words about the meaning she gave to her beautiful piano composition.

Gene says : “Glorious Morning is really an ode to a beautiful, warm and sunny morning at the beginning of Spring, – after long cold winter – when the world is changing, the flowers are blooming and the birds are singing. Such a great change in nature has inspired me to compose this piece. Also, I must say, I have found Rumi‘s lovely poem ‘Spring Arrives’ is very close to the spirit of this piece. His poem is so much full of optimism. He throws away all dogmas, religious fanaticism and pessimism. His free spirited vision of love and passion for life is so overwhelming. Although the poem is 800 years old, but Rumi’s description of flowers and trees would never become old and it is very relevant for our Spring in 2012…”

 

So we decided to create a videoclip, trying to mix Gene music and my artworks (images of torn posters and urban signs). I selected nine pics that recall me in some ways the  wonderful melody and the surprising Gene Emerson’s  performance. So, enjoy this video. Great music and colors for a dreamin’ and relaxing moment…

https://animoto.com/play/351O9KhFBX4T0pvwdeX0UQ

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You may follow Gene Emerson at:

http://www.youtube.com/user/emersongene1

http://pianomusiccomposition.wordpress.com/

https://www.facebook.com/emersongene