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Nile Dances 04:49
Wind Islands 07:08
Amygdala 05:54
Nausicaa 04:14
Nostoi 03:54
Gurges 04:54


Composed, recorded and released in 1990, Cetacea was born with the aim to make aware the audiences of the Mediterranean Sea problematic pollution and the Marine Mammals disappearance.
Produced by ICTUS and the Italian Cetacea Foundation, WWF and GreenPeace, the CD incorporates the voices of the Marine Mammals into the music texture.


Andrea Centazzo - Percussion, Keyboards and Sampling
Jeoff Warren - Flute
Carlo Actis Dato - Bass Clarinet
Cristina Michelini - Vocals
Riccardo Massari - Keyboards
Michele Vanni - Electric Guitar
Andrea Fari’ - additional Percussion
Lucia Clonfero - Violin
Marco Malatesta - additional Percussion

Recorded between January and July 1990 at ICTUS Studios in Bologna, Italy
Recording, mixing, editing and cover art by Andrea Centazzo


released May 5, 2020

All compositions by Andrea Centazzo (ASCAP)
Andrea Centazzo Ensemble

Recorded, mixed, designed and produced
by Andrea Centazzo
ICTUS 204 – single CD – made in USA
File under “new music/minimal/new age music”


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ICTUS Records Long Beach, California

Steve Lacy, Alvin Curran, John Zorn, Evan Parker, Derek Bailey, Perry Robinson, Henry Kaiser, Elliott Sharp and many more are the musicians that recorded with Andrea Centazzo for ICTUS.
In 2012, his Alma Mater, the University of Bologna Italy honored him by establishing the “Fondo e Archivio Andrea Centazzo” part of the University Library, where all his scores & recordings are housed & available.
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