They are tangible reflections that has become the full cultural luggage of Lorenzo Scopelliti, where he developed a decisive link to an esthetic and has refined the music with electronica and acoustics. It was in 1993 when the first single titled “Deep Water” It is was inserted in the compilation "The Promises of Silence" It was a suite rendition of 9 intense minutes which are caught up in the profound elements of water. Water has been one of the elements which has been treated with the sensibility of Saffron Wood, that is everything that is macroscopic, the innermost or the heart, it was most likely the ideal expression for that period.The yielding rave results brought forth a hiatus of more or less in the next years, a pause for mediation that that was not unfortunate at all, Lorenzo spent a period of three years in the fascinating Brazilian and Amazon world, where he studied and learned new music in those rich populations of the new frontier. After such a prolific exile he contacted his close collaborator Alessandro Mazzitelli, important part in the first part of music of Saffron Wood. Saffron decides to return to his musical sound and new projects are initiating, some of which are therapeutic sounds.
“The Sleep of Seeds” was the first expressive collaboration with Alio die (also a long time friend) that finally immortalizes their meeting, diliniating a possible walk to come, ( a new future). The next projects will be a sole project and possibly another collaboration with Alio Die again. Lorenzo Scopelliti plays keyboards, and various acoustic instruments of ethic nature, with which he refines every sort of sounds and atmospheres. Its lend themselves by natural materials such as glass, wood , ceramic, bamboo, water, metal used in opportune formula...
again and away we go, but in particular to all the nature that is part of the global world of flutes: the bansuri, indian flutes, oboe and double axe,long canes with the blow trumpet. He also uses digital recordings where he then reworks them on his computer. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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