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Ada Rovatti

Ada Rovatti
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Italy
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Ada Rovatti is an Italian saxophonist, composer, and arranger. After traveling around the world and studying, she is now based in New York with her husband, Randy Brecker.
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http://www.adarovatti.com
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Releases on file (9)
Randy Brecker / Ada Rovatti — Brecker Plays Rovatti - Sacred Bond Randy Brecker / Ada Rovatti — Brecker Plays Rovatti - Sacred Bond
(Piloo, 2019, CD / DL)
Randy Brecker & NDR Bigband - The Hamburg Radio Jazz Orchestra — Rocks Randy Brecker & NDR Bigband - The Hamburg Radio Jazz Orchestra — Rocks
(Piloo PR010, 2019, CD / DL)
Lisa Maxwell's Jazz Orchestra — Shiny! Lisa Maxwell's Jazz Orchestra — Shiny!
(Uncle Marvin Music, 2019, CD)
Ada Rovatti — Disguise Ada Rovatti — Disguise
(Piloo PR008, 2014, CD)
Ada Rovatti — Green Factor Ada Rovatti — Green Factor
(Piloo PR001, 2009, CD)
Ada Rovatti — Airbop Ada Rovatti — Airbop
(Apria Records 000104, 2006, CD)
John McLaughlin — Industrial Zen John McLaughlin — Industrial Zen
(Verve 0602498393284, 2006, CD)
Randy Brecker — 34th N Lex Randy Brecker — 34th N Lex
(ESC EFA 03684-2, 2003, CD)
Ada Rovatti — Under the Hat Ada Rovatti — Under the Hat
(Apria Records NIC 90014, 2003, CD)

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