Franco Cerri

Also known as Cerri, F. Cerri, F. Cerri,, F.Cerri, Franco Cerri Quartet, Franco Serri
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.francocerri.com, http://www.myspace.com/francocerri

Discography of Franco Cerri:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Metti Una Sera Cerri 9 Audio 1973 Music Superstereo De Luxe
2 Take The A Train 10 Audio VideoRadio
3 Bossa Nova 12 Audio 2009
4 Effetto Alfa 7 Audio Paragon (4)
5 Querce Platani E Cerri 8 Audio PDU
6 Jazzitaliano Live 2007 11 Audio 2007 Casa Del Jazz
7 Franco Cerri Jazz 9 Audio 1977 Dire (2)
8 Corso Di Chitarra 8 Audio 1982 Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri
9 Corso Di Chitarra 8 Audio 1982 Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri
10 Corso Di Chitarra 1 2 Audio 1992 Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri
11 La Sera A Casa Con Te 12 Audio 1965 CGD
12 From:Milan To:Frankfurt / Main Re: Jazz Twins 9 Audio 1985 Dire (2)
13 A Limen 7 Audio 1975 Malobbia
14 Franco Tony & Pompeo 8 Audio 1976 Malobbia
15 International Jazz Meeting 8 Audio 2009 Jazz Classics (3)
16 Jazzin' With Cerri 12 Audio 2009 Jazz Classics (3)
17 Cerri & Cerri 19 Audio 1994 Dire (2)
18 1945-1990 Franco Cerri Di Jazz In Jazz 18 Audio 1990 Dire (2)
19 En Souvenir De Milan 11 Audio 1995 CDpM LION
20 In Punta Di Cerri 12 Audio Musicisti Associati Produzioni M.A.P.
21 From Cathetus To Cicero 2 Audio 1975 Malobbia
22 Nuages 12 Audio 1976 Ricordi
23 Omaggio A Bill Evans 7 Audio 1981 Dire (2)
24 Noi Duero 21 Audio 1978 Malobbia SPA
25 Today! 12 Audio 1984 Dire (2)
26 Demoiselle 5 Audio 1979 Dire (2)
27 Un Suo Modo Di Dire 9 Audio Dire (2)
28 International Jazz Meeting 8 Audio 1961


Italian jazz guitarist and bassist player (Milan, January 29, 1926 - Italy).

Franco Cerri was not only one of the world's most popular and the most authoritative Italian guitarists, but was also one of the most important stylist in the European jazz world. He began his long and prolific career in 1945 with Gorni Kramer and in 1949 he accompanied Django Reinhardt. In the 1950s he was near great jazz masters. Working with musicians from Chet Baker to Gerry Mulligan, and from Billie Holliday to Lee Konitz, and in modern jazz quartet, he became a leader in the Italian and European jazz world. On January 1, 2006 he was named "Commendatore della Repubblica" (official title awarded for service to Italy) by President of the Italian Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi.


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