His contribution to music has been enormous and, as often happens, undervalued in life and discovered too late.
His approach to jazz after 1945, through the recording of Charlie Parker and Stan Getz.Five years later, a leader of the Jazz Club of Padua, listens casually and presents him, for the first time, to the Italian public.
Already in 1953 he recorded two sides for Columbia, with Eraldo Volonte, Gil Cuppini and other, but, despite the successes, for Barigozzi in our small country begin the difficulties.
In 1955 he accepts some records abroad, in France, Germany and Sweden.
In 1965 he returned to Italy and performs some of his most important experiences in jazz, playing with Chet Baker, Lionel Hampton and Jack Teagarden.
Many of his recordings, among which I like to remember in addition to this, the quartet recorded in 1971 for the DIRE, "Flautissimo" and "Woman's Colours", both recorded for FONOVIDEO.
Recorded at "Titania's Studio",
Giancarlo Barigozzi (ten sax, soprano sax, fl, bass cl),
A1) Modal - 5'25"
B1) Oriental Road - 4'33"