Daniel Vaczi and his Glissonic Trio team up with Hunnia Records to bring us Rebus, a new Stereo DSD 256 recording at Native DSD Music. The album features Daniel Vaczi, Mate Pozsar and Zsolt Sarvari Kovacs performing with a variety of instruments including Glissotar, Saxophone, Piano, Synthesizer and Drums in a new musical adventure.
In music, a glissando (abbreviated gliss) is a glide from one pitch to another. Sonic is used to describe things related to sound. Glissonic is a completely new wind instrument family, invented by Dániel Váczi, developed with Tóbiás Terebessy since 2016.
The main novelty of Glissonic is that instead of tone holes it uses a longitudinal gap or slot on the tube of the instrument. The two sides of the slot are covered with magnetic foil which attract a magnetized ribbon on top. The ribbon is fixed on the upper end, stretched and lifted up from the lower end as a string on a violin. You can push down the ribbon anywhere, it will seal up perfectly above it, so you can produce any note in the pitch continuum. It can be played with eight fingers of the two hands or by sliding one finger up and down.
The glissonic system can be used on all kinds of wind instruments: flute, whistle, clarinet, saxophone, oboe etc. The first model is the Glissotar, based on the Hungarian tarogato, which is a single-reed instrument with a conical wooden body. We invite you to listen to Rebus and experience this new musical concept.
Daniel Vaczi Glissonic Trio
Daniel Vaczi – Glissotar (Glissonic Tarogato), Sopranino Saxophone
Mate Pozsar – Steinway D Piano, Rhodes, Analog Synthesizer
Zsolt Sarvari Kovacs – Drums
Total time: 00:40:52
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|Release Date||January 22, 2021|
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