Bruno Tommaso

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Bruno Tommaso (born 1946) is an Italian jazz double-bass player and composer, the cousin of fellow double-bass player Giovanni Tommaso. The first president of the Italian Association of Jazz Musicians and a founding member of the Italian Instabile Orchestra, Tommaso has performed with such musicians as Enrico Rava, Mario Schiano, Franco d'Andrea, Eugenio Colombo and Enrico Pieranunzi, among others.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • Su Un Tema Di Jerome Kern. Splasc(h). 1981. 
  • Barga Jazz. Splasc(h). 1987. 
  • Steamboat Bill, Jr. Imprint. 1998. 
  • Ulisse E L'Ombra. Imprint. 2000.  w/ Roberto Rossi
  • Original Soundtrack For Charles And Mary, Onyx Jazz Club, Matera, 2013. With Riccardo Parrucci, fl, Fabrizio Desideri, Rossano Emili, sax - cl, Marco Bartalini, flg, Gloria Merani, Marco Domenichelli, vl, Flaminia Zanelli, vla, Elisabetta Casapieri, vc, Marco Cattani, gtr, Andrea Pellegrini, p, Giacomo Riggi, vib, Nino Pellegrini, cb, Paolo Corsi, dr. Bruno Tommaso, compos., dir.

With the Italian Instabile Orchestra[edit]

As contributor[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martinelli, Francesco. "Bruno Tommaso Biography". Allmusic.