E Glebov. Adagio of the Little Prince and a Rose from The Little Prince ballet.

Published on Jun 4, 2017

“She cast her fragrance and her radiance over me. I ought never to have run away from her... I ought to have guessed all the affection that lay behind her poor little stratagems. Flowers are so inconsistent! But I was too young to know how to love her...”


“If you love a flower that lives on a star, it is sweet to look at the sky at night. All the stars are a-bloom with flowers...” 
― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince

E Glebov. Adagio of the Little Prince and a Rose from The Little Prince ballet.

Kamilo Kratc
Audio Recording
Audio Mixing
Camera Operator

Sandra Kratc
Video Recording
Video Mixing
Video Editing

Worked With:
Ivan Filipchyk: Accordion, Producer
Hanzhi Wang: Accordion

Yael & Gabriel Quartet Demo

Guitars & Arrangements : Gabriel Hermida Vocals : Yael Dray Drums : Dennis Bulhoes Bass : Joonsam Lee, Ian Hutchinson Done at Soudnworks Studio, New York, NY

Yael & Gabriel Quartet Demo

Sandra Kratc
Video Recording
Video Editing

Kamilo Kratc
Audio Recording
Audio Mixing

Worked With:
Yael Dray: Voice, Percussion, Production
Gabriel Hermida: Guitars, Voice, Production
Dennis Bulhoes: Drum Set
Joonsam Lee: Upright Bass

Work Related:
Recorded live at one of the new rooms at Astoria SoundWorks Rehearsal Studios.

Ruzza/Zottarelli - "Soundcheck" (from "Glasses, No Glasses")

"Soundcheck" This is the first track from 'Glasses, No Glasses,' Amanda Ruzza and Mauricio Zottarelli free improvisation record, featuring special guest Leo Genovese. As the name suggests, this is the actual soundcheck for the recording session, and the first thing the trio ever played together.

In-demand session musicians Amanda Ruzza (bass, effects) and Mauricio Zottarelli (drums, percussion) join forces on this provocative new release: Glasses, No Glasses - a free improvisation, live-in-the-studio recording with special guest, pianist and multi-instrumentalist Léo Genovese. This spontaneous jam in the studio defies all stereotypes while revealing different musical sides of these two Brazilian compatriots and New York City residents. A no-holds-barred effects-laden jam that recalls aspects of P-Funk, Medeski, Martin & Wood and Weather Report, Glasses, No Glasses was recorded in just two days, and without much planning. Initially scheduled as a short video-session to demonstrate a few effect pedals that both Amanda and Léo use regularly, this session/meeting quickly transcended standard musical boundaries. "It's not just music, it's a reflection of our friendship," says Amanda. "I think that's how music comes out in its purest form," adds Mauricio, "when we're just playing for fun with no compromises or preconceptions, just trying to listen to each other and arrive somewhere."

For more info, check - Glasses, No Glasses page
http://glassesnoglasses.tumblr.com/

Get the album on iTunes:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/gla...
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Recorded at Soundworks Recording Studios, NYC
Kamilo Kratc - Recording Engineer
Sandra Kratc - Camera Operator
Dave Darlington - Mixing and Mastering Engineer
Joseph Eulo - Video Editor
http://www.firstframefilms.net
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http://www.mzdrums.com
http://www.amandaruzza.com


Pimenta Music Productions
http://www.pimentamusic.com


Kamilo Kratc:
Audio Recording

Sandra Kratc:
Video Recording

The Pedalmaniacs - Pedal Jam #13 - Cuica Bass

The Pedalmaniacs Hayes Greenfield - alto saxophone and pedals Amanda Ruzza - electric bass and pedals Ignacio Rivas Bixio - drums On Chapter 13, listen to some Brazilian cuíca on the bass, plus chacarera and free improvisation. Follow this channel, Pimenta Music and check out a new chapter of The Pedalmaniacs 'pedal jam' every Tuesday morning!

Sandra Kratc
Video Recording

Kamilo Kratc
Audio Recording

Worked With:
Hayes Greenfield: Alto Saxophone, Effect Pedals
Amanda Ruzza: Electric Bass, Effect Pedals
Ignacio Rivas Bixio: Acoustic Drumset

The Pedalmaniacs - Pedal Jam #12

The Pedalmaniacs Hayes Greenfield - alto saxophone and pedals Amanda Ruzza - electric bass and pedals Ignacio Rivas Bixio - drums On Chapter 12, Ignacio plays a mean "cha-cha-cha 'ish" groove while Hayes composes a beautiful "instant" melody based on Amanda's chords on the bass. Amanda played the chords with the MXR Bass Fuzz and the MXR Stereo Chorus. The chapter ends with a beautiful drum solo by Ignacio. Follow this channel, Pimenta Music and check out a new chapter of The Pedalmaniacs 'pedal jam' every Tuesday morning! ----- The Pedalmaniacs are three friends who got together to jam at a studio in New York on a cold winter afternoon. The result is this Web Series. There were no rehearsals, arrangements, overdubs, post edits or 'ProTolls magic;' everything happened right there, at that moment. Groove, pedals and fun! www.amandaruzza.com www.hayesgreenfield.com www.ignaciorivasbixio.com ------ Recorded at Soundworks Recording Studios in Queens, NY Kamilo Kratc - Recording Engineer Sandra Kratc - Camera Operator Luis Bacque - Mixing Engineer Joseph Eulo - Video Editor www.firstframefilms.net ------- Pimenta Music Productions www.pimentamusic.com

Sandra Kratc
Video Recording

Kamilo Kratc
Audio Recording

Worked With:
Hayes Greenfield: Alto Saxophone, Effect Pedals
Amanda Ruzza: Electric Bass, Effect Pedals
Ignacio Rivas Bixio: Acoustic Drumset

The Pedalmaniacs - Pedal Jam #11 - Hip Hopin'

The Pedalmaniacs Hayes Greenfield - alto saxophone and pedals Amanda Ruzza - electric bass and pedals Ignacio Rivas Bixio - drums Follow this channel, Pimenta Music and check out a new chapter of The Pedalmaniacs 'pedal jam' every Tuesday morning! On Chapter 11, Amanda takes a solo using the Envelope Filter and the Octaver, while Ignacio lays some hip hop grooves and Hayes plays "synth chords" on the saxophone. ----- The Pedalmaniacs are three friends who got together to jam at a studio in New York on a cold winter afternoon. The result is this Web Series. There were no rehearsals, arrangements, overdubs, post edits or 'ProTolls magic;' everything happened right there, at that moment. Groove, pedals and fun! www.amandaruzza.com www.hayesgreenfield.com www.ignaciorivasbixio.com ------ Recorded at Soundworks Recording Studios in Queens, NY Kamilo Kratc - Recording Engineer Sandra Kratc - Camera Operator Luis Bacque - Mixing Engineer Joseph Eulo - Video Editor www.firstframefilms.net ------- Pimenta Music Productions www.pimentamusic.com

Sandra Kratc
Video Recording

Kamilo Kratc
Audio Recording

Worked With:
Hayes Greenfield: Alto Saxophone, Effect Pedals
Amanda Ruzza: Electric Bass, Effect Pedals
Ignacio Rivas Bixio: Acoustic Drumset

The Pedalmaniacs - Pedal Jam #6 - Funk and Avant Garde. Dig it!

The Pedalmaniacs Hayes Greenfield - alto saxophone and pedals Amanda Ruzza - electric bass and pedals Ignacio Rivas Bixio - drums On Chapter 7, rock and bebop. Follow this channel, Pimenta Music and check out a new chapter of The Pedalmaniacs 'pedal jam' every Tuesday morning!

The Pedalmaniacs - Pedal Jam #6 - Funk and Avant Garde. Dig it!

Sandra Kratc
Video Recording

Kamilo Kratc
Audio Recording

Worked With:
Hayes Greenfield: Alto Saxophone, Effect Pedals
Amanda Ruzza: Electric Bass, Effect Pedals
Ignacio Rivas Bixio: Acoustic Drumset

The Pedalmaniacs - Pedal Jam #3 - Chacarera!

The Pedalmaniacs

Hayes Greenfield - alto saxophone and pedals
Amanda Ruzza - electric bass and pedals
Ignacio Rivas Bixio - drums

On Chapter 3, Ignacio Rivas begins with a drum solo with an Argentine Chacarera vibe, Hayes plays a beautiful solo on sax, while Amanda lays it down in a funky way.

Follow this channel, Pimenta Music and check out a new chapter of The Pedalmaniacs 'pedal jam' every Tuesday morning!

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The Pedalmaniacs are three friends who got together to jam at a studio in New York on a cold winter afternoon. The result is this Web Series. There were no rehearsals, arrangements, overdubs, post-edits or 'ProTools Magic;' everything happened right there, at that moment. 
Groove, pedals and fun! 

www.amandaruzza.com
www.hayesgreenfield.com
www.ignaciorivasbixio.com

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Recorded at Soundworks Recording Studios in Queens, NY
Kamilo Kratc - Recording Engineer
Sandra Kratc - Camera Operator
Luis Bacque - Mixing Engineer
Joseph Eulo - Video Editor
www.firstframefilms.net

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Pimenta Music Productions
www.pimentamusic.com

Sandra Kratc
Video Recording

Kamilo Kratc
Audio Recording

Worked With:
Hayes Greenfield: Alto Saxophone, Effect Pedals
Amanda Ruzza: Electric Bass, Effect Pedals
Ignacio Rivas Bixio: Acoustic Drumset

The Pedalmaniacs - Pedal Jam #2

Hayes Greenfield - alto saxophone and pedals
Amanda Ruzza - electric bass and pedals
Ignacio Rivas Bixio - drums

On Chapter 2, Amanda plays a simple groove with the Mothership, while Ignacio plays the funk, and Hayes orchestrates the party with his sax and pedals!

Follow this channel, Pimenta Music and check out a new chapter of The Pedalmaniacs 'pedal jam' every Tuesday morning!

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The Pedalmaniacs are three friends who got together to jam at a studio in New York on a cold winter afternoon. The result is this Web Series. There were no rehearsals, arrangements, overdubs, post-edits or 'ProTools Magic;' everything happened right there, at that moment. 
Groove, pedals and fun! 

www.amandaruzza.com
www.hayesgreenfield.com
www.ignaciorivasbixio.com

------
Recorded at Soundworks Recording Studios in Queens, NY
Kamilo Kratc - Recording Engineer
Sandra Kratc - Camera Operator
Luis Bacque - Mixing Engineer
Joseph Eulo - Video Editor
www.firstframefilms.net

-------
Pimenta Music Productions
www.pimentamusic.com

The Pedalmaniacs - Pedal Jam #2

Sandra Kratc
Video Recording

Kamilo Kratc
Audio Recording

Worked With:
Hayes Greenfield: Alto Saxophone, Effect Pedals
Amanda Ruzza: Electric Bass, Effect Pedals
Ignacio Rivas Bixio: Acoustic Drumset