Crown Shyness Part 2
Roberto Paci Dalò & Francesco Poggianti
a music dialogue between two artists:
Roberto Paci Dalò and Francesco Poggianti
Crown Shyness is a natural phenomenon observed in some tree species, in which the crowns of fully stocked trees don’t touch each other, forming a web of lightning-like gaps.
In musical terms, Crown Shyness can be seen as a performance where two artists create a new sound aesthetic respecting each other’s space and freedom.
The performance was recorded seven years ago in Siena for the FieldSquare project, in collaboration with the FuoriCampo Art Gallery.
The idea by Francesco Poggianti and Maso Ricci consisted in a sound reflection on the place, a meeting between different music sensibilities, within the close space of the art gallery.
released February 18, 2022
what’s your wish for tomorrow?
what’s your expectation for the future?
This music has been composed and produced with a vertical piano, a tenor flute and a laptop.
Domani (Tomorrow in italian language) represents a lucid and at the same time dreamlike vision of the “next day”, that desire for rebirth and renewed lightness that is felt when in difficult moments we manage to abandon ourselves, even if only for a few moments, to a deep and sincere hope.
released June 27, 2020
absens / absence
An inner journey through detachment from the world of appearance observing the essence of what surrounds us
released December 20, 2018