Morricone/Rota/Piovani stands out as an honest and organic work, not only because it has been recorded with all the musicians playing at the same time, like in a concert, being transported beyond the score, but because there is a very sincere production behind it, far from artifice.
Tugores affirms that “we are looking for an intention that comes out only by playing together”. It is a very visceral music, full of emotion and representative of each film, and we all have to experience it the same way. Besides, the audience knows these compositions, they are in the collective unconscious and that’s why we have to be authentic”, summarizes David González.
Jaume’s project is characterized by its ability to synthese, “I may not like the arrangement or the singer of a song, but I have a thing for its melody and the chords of the score”. Jaume Tugores is capable of abstracting the essence of the melodies and recreate them from the point of view of the guitar, an element that brings even more originality into his work. This is why the guitar is the main voice in this album, it is what transforms the epic of a melody into a more intimate form. The interpretation of these masterpieces given by Tugores, allows the audience to be transported, as if he had a full orchestra behind. The musicians themselves are surprised how they can create, with so few instruments, an ambience that provokes an emotion in the audience which goes in crescendo.