Schema Records

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Schema Records
Founded1997 (1997)
FounderLuciano Cantone, Davide Rosa
Country of originItaly

Schema Records is a prominent Italian record label in Milan, Italy, that specializes in jazz, Brazilian, and Latin-influenced music. Schema is a sublabel of Ishtar a recording and publishing company based in Milan, which runs the sublabels Schema Rearward, Sensible, Summer Dawn, Big Sur Recordings and Milano 2000.

Schema was founded in 1997 by Luciano Cantone and Davide Rosa. Their catalogue includes music by Alessandro Magnanini, Balanco, Benny Bailey, Eraldo Volonté, Gerardo Frisina, Giorgio Azzolini, Johnny Griffin, Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland Big Band, Les Hommes, Mario Biondi, Neos, Nicola Conte, Piero Umiliani, Pietro Ciancaglini, Quartetto di Lucca, Rosalia de Souza, Sahib Shibab, Soulstance, Steve Evans, and Toco.[1][2][3]


  • Artless
  • Balanço
  • Beat Out Shrine
  • Cabaret Noir
  • Charles Hilton Brown
  • Combogranata
  • Conte & Petrella
  • Doctor Abstract
  • Drumagick
  • Fez Combo
  • Fragmentorchestra
  • Gerardo Frisina
  • Il Trio Di Romano Mussolini
  • Intensive Jazz Sextet
  • Les Hommes
  • Lorenzo Tucci
  • Mario Biondi
  • Neos
  • Nicola Conte
  • P. Fedreghini and M. Bianchi
  • Paolo Achenza Trio
  • Paolo Fedreghini
  • Quartetto Lo Greco
  • Quartetto Moderno
  • Quintetto Lo Greco
  • Quintetto X
  • Rosalia de Souza
  • Rosario Giuliani Quartetto
  • S-Tone Inc.
  • Schema Sextet
  • Soulstance
  • Steve Evans
  • Street Jazz Unit
  • The Cabildo's Three
  • The Dining Rooms
  • The Invisible Session
  • The Jazz Convention
  • Toco
  • Vuca
  • Was a Bee


  1. ^ Baekgaard, Jacob (16 January 2015). "The Sophisticated World of Schema Records". All About Jazz. Retrieved 22 March 2017.
  2. ^ Baekgaard, Jacob (19 January 2015). "Schema Rearward: The Reward of Visiting the Past". All About Jazz. Retrieved 22 March 2017.
  3. ^ " | About". Retrieved 22 March 2017.

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