Alessandra Celletti, the new single Daydream is released on December 10th

The work anticipates the next album, dedicated to the Native American Sacajawea, a symbol of women’s independence

Alessandra Celletti’s new single Daydream is out on 10 December. The pianist’s work anticipates a concept album, dedicated to Sacajawea, a Native American symbol of women’s courage and freedom. “The world of the Native Americans has always fascinated me, since I was a child – explains the artist -. I admire their way of life, their respect for the land, their poetry ”. The single is a sweet and dreamy song, a sort of Prelude in which the sound of the piano is counterpointed by a delicate guitar arpeggio, entrusted to the musician Alberto Tre, who collaborates on several pieces of the album. Distributed by Believe Music on all digital platforms

The musician, after several years, decided to take up a musical project, dedicated to Sacajawea, a Native American of the Shoshoni tribe (years ago it was released in limited edition ‘Sketches of Sacajawea’, produced by Gianni Maroccolo). Born in the late 1700s at just 17 years of age, Sacajawea led the expedition of the English captains Lewis and Clark to explore Northwest America to the shores of the Pacific and her help was decisive in the success of the enterprise. A young woman alone with a newborn baby on her shoulders, Sacajawea is an example of freedom and courage. At the beginning of the twentieth century the feminist association National American Woman Suffrage Association has elected her as a symbol of women’s independence, erecting numerous statues and plaques in his honor.

The album, which will simply be titled ‘Sacajawea’ and is scheduled for release in early 2022, will be a musical tale of an exciting and, at least in Europe, still unknown adventure. And it will also be the way to share the culture of Native Americans, founded on a sincere and profound respect for the earth: “Sometimes dreams are wiser than waking. Treat the land well: it was not given to you by your parents, it was lent to you by your children ”.