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The Aperion Project – Gods, Demigods & Demons

The Aperion Project – Gods, Demigods & Demons

The Aperion Project is devoted to the production, recording and performing of various forms of music. Consisting of two musicians - Brandon Rizzo (trumpet/flugelhorn/keyboard) and Gabe Patti (saxophones) - the musical output of The Aperion Project ranges from live improvised music to electro-acoustic studio projects.

Tracks:
1. Icelos
2. Newtrackmellow
3. Black Narcissus
4. Satellite Motion
5. The Fermi Paradox
6. Parallax of One Arc Second

Aperion is an ancient Greek word meaning “boundless” or “formless substance” first described by the ancient Greek philosopher Anaximander.

The Aperion Project is devoted to the production, recording and performing of various forms of music. Consisting of two musicians - Brandon Rizzo (trumpet/flugelhorn/keyboard) and Gabe Patti (saxophones) - the musical output of The Aperion Project ranges from live improvised music to electro-acoustic studio projects.

Gods, Demigods and Demons came together over about a 6-8 month period:

01 Icelos is a minor deity from Greek mythology.
02 Newtrackmello was created spontaneously at the keyboard, semi-derived from a piece of music by Erik Satie
03 Black Narcissus was composed over 10 years ago, it is a modal piece based off the Phrygian mode in AABBAA form, each section of the form being 6 bars long.
04 Satellite Motion goes out to DJ Motion
05 The Fermi Paradox is an idea put forth by Enrico Fermi concerning extraterrestrial life
06 Parallax of One Arc Second is longhand for Parsec which is an astronomical measure of distance. This piece was recorded and improvised in one sitting.

Official website: http://www.aperionproject.org
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/aperionproject

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Format: Download
Released: June 2008
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