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Enten Hitti

Via Lattea (LP)

Label: Artisti Del 900

Format: LP

Genre: Folk

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Via Lattea is the new recording project of the music and performance research ensemble Enten Hitti. The work takes inspiration from research on the “feminine” and from the matrilineal transmission of life. It is the result of various research trips to the places where the culture of the “sacred female” took shape over 4000 years ago: Cyprus, Crete, Turkey, Ireland, South Africa, Indonesia … The historical and geographical suggestions have been freely reinterpreted and transformed into musical pieces which, while citing specific musical worlds in some cases, go in the direction of grasping the spirit of the “feminine” in its universality. Via Lattea is therefore a tribute to the “feminine” quality and to the cults of the Mother Goddess updated with contemporary tools. At the same time it is a tribute to the galaxy of which we are part and embodies the ensemble’s spiritual quest, suspended between earth and sky. All arranged with the minimal, hypnotic and evocative sensitivity typical of the Enten Hitti style.

Cat. number: AD9 011
Year: 2022
To Atena and the Sacred Feminine eternally protecting and generating Recorded at Hitti House Studio Treviglio (BG), Studio Telenn Sulbiate (MB), Time Track Studio Azzano (BG), MusicArt Studio Rapallo (GE), NuevaArte Studio Catania from March 2019 to March 2021. Mixed by Pierangelo Pandiscia, Gino Ape, Vincenzo Zitello at Hitti House Studio Treviglio and Studio Telenn Sulbiate, April 2021. Master and digital editing Vincenzo Zitello, Studio Telenn Sulbiate May 2021. Cover image by Matteo Guarnaccia. Cover editing Tiziano Doria. All tracks are composed by Pierangelo Pandiscia and Gino Ape with the exception of "Alma De Niqua" (by Jenny Sorrenti/Pierangelo Pandiscia/Gino Ape). Strings arrangements (viola, cello, doublebass) Vincenzo Zitello in "Black Perseus", "The Compassion Of A Star", "Beyond The Saffron Colored Ways". Viola arrangements: Giulia Ermirio in "What Clouds Know". "Where Orion Fish Dream", "Black Perseus" freely inspired by African initiatory and ritual music. Limited edition 300 copies