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Gabriele Mirabassi & Roberto Taufic - Um Brasil Diferente (2014)

13-10-2014, 19:22
Music | Jazz

Gabriele Mirabassi & Roberto Taufic - Um Brasil Diferente (2014)

Artist: Gabriele Mirabassi & Roberto Taufic
Title Of Album: Um Brasil Diferente
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Brazilian Jazz
Label: Dodicilune
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 52:20
Total Size: 122 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Jongo De Compadres (3:05)
02. O Mar Nos Teus Olhos (4:43)
03. Maxixando (1:58)
04. As Rosas Nao Falam (4:56)
05. Quem Te Viu, Quem Te Ve (4:52)
06. Valsinha Pra Duda (3:17)
07. Desalento (5:00)
08. Violao Vadio (4:29)
09. Tempo Feliz (3:25)
10. Desprezado (5:43)
11. Arrivederci E Grazie (4:35)
12. Noite (2:31)
13. Suburbano Coraçao (3:40)

"Um Brasil diferente" is the title of the new project by clarinettist Gabriele Mirabassi and guitarist Roberto Taufic, produced by the label Dodicilune Salento and distributed in Italy and abroad by IRD. The disc will be presented Wednesday, 8 October with a concert in the Teatro Studio Borgne Auditorium in Rome.

"Um Brasil diferente" Two travels in the opposite direction, a round and a return that cross halfway: so you might define the encounter between the two musicians. Mirabassi discovers Brazil a decade ago and since then he attended with such earnestness that it become a central reference point of his human and musical experience. Taufic started from Natal, in the northeast of Brazil, as a boy to Italy, where somehow has made the reverse path, letting the European attitude towards his atavistic jazz fecondasse musical language. Hence was born "Um Brasil diferente," rereading of a repertoire of songs and instrumental pieces from various eras which have in common the fact of having been the sound of generations of Brazilians (Jongo de compadres, As Rosas Não Falam, Quem te viu quem te vê, Desalento, Violão, Vadio, Tempo feliz, Desprezado, Noite e Coração Suburban), to which they add their own compositions (or mar nos teus olhos, Maxixando and pra Valsinha Duda of Taufic and goodbye and thank you for always linked to Mirabassi) double strand to the idea of the gaze from afar, trying the perspective and the clarity of vision that you earn just away from the watched. A deep identity Brazil object of respect and affection, seen from a peculiar angle, that the two protagonists have discovered have in common at this point in the first leg and back of the other.
"Born in Honduras to Palestinian parents, was raised in Brazil between samba, Elvis Presley, Arab cuisine, rodas de Choro, rock and Luiz Gonzaga and landed in Italy in the early 90, when still playing bella musica popular Brasileira in and when I started having the possibility of collaborating with musicians and artists from different countries, and the way I play the Brasil could only be Diferente", points out in his introduction to Robert Taufic disk. "It was very nice and inspiring encounter at some point Gabriel, that having a path contrary to mine, it is totally immersed in Brazil of great composers with the attitude of a child they know new friends. Our disk becomes the meeting point of the two instruments, the Brazilian guitar and clarinet jazz and classic ".
"Despite being born and raised and still lived in the hills of Umbria, the clarinet that I have found very early in her hands was immediately an extraordinary opportunity to reach out to the world," explains Gabriele Mirabassi. "Not only continues to bring me around to all continents, but mostly gives me the priceless privilege of making extraordinary ncontri. This our planet indeed hides (but only to those who do not want to even make the effort to be with eyes and ears open) an infinite treasure of wonderful music. And behind every music there is equally wonderful people who cares, who playing, singing or dancing, anyone who "simply" listening ".

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