Amedeo Tommasi

Also known as A. T., A. Tommasi, A.Tommasi, Amadeo Thommasi, Amadeo Tommasi, Armadeo Tommasi, Armadeo Tommmasi, Jarrell, Konnell, Mantissa, Savigni, Tommasi
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Discography of Amedeo Tommasi:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 La Mazurka Del Barone Della Santa E Del Fico Fiorone 2 Audio 1975 Beat Records Company
2 Camera-Car 14 Audio Rotary
3 Tecnologia Elettronica 12 Audio 1986 Costanza Records
4 The Sound 10 Audio 2007 Arision
5 Blues For Miles Davis 9 Audio 2009 Cinedelic Records
6 High Tension 13 Audio 1980 Cenacolo
7 Ichtyologie 12 Audio 1973 Orly
8 Made In U.S.A. 15 Audio 2009 Arision
9 Giochi Di Bambini 16 Audio Flower
10 Grandangolo 11 Audio 2009 Arision
11 High Tension 13 Audio 2010 Arision
12 I Lunghi Giorni Dell'Odio (Colonna Sonora Originale) (Edizione Speciale) 19 Audio 2007 GDM
13 Zodiac 12 Audio 1970-10-00 Canopo
14 Le Meraviglie Dell'Arte 20 Audio 1970 Canopo

Amadeo Tommasi, pianist and composer (he wrote Ballata In Forma Di Blues). Born at Trieste in 1935, Tommasi is the most talented pianist of the new generation. His name came to light in 1960, during a radio transmission entitled "La coppa di jazz". He took part in the 1961 editions of the St. Vincent, Comblain La Tour and San Remo Festivals. During the same year he was awarded first prize at the Bled Festival in Yugoslavia, for the small ensemble category. On that occasion he was congratulated heartily by John Lewis himself ! He has often performed abroad and has recorded with Buddy Collette, Conte Candoli and Jacques Peltzer. A curious item is the fact that, before dedicating himself to modern jazz, he used to play the trombone in the Dixieland "Panigal Jazz Band" of Bologna. Amongst other works from his own pen are: " Zamboni 22 " (composed in Bologna), " Autostrada del Sole " and " Ballad for Micheline ".

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