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Egberto Gismonti - Selected Recordings (2004)

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Egberto Gismonti - Selected Recordings (2004)
Artist: Egberto Gismonti
Title Of Album: Selected Recordings Rarum XI
Year Of Release: 2004
Label(Catalog#): ECM[B0001798-2]
Country:Brazil
Genre: Jazz, World Fusion
Quality: FLAC (tracks + .cue,log,scans)
Bitrate:Lossless
Time: 74:22
Full Size: 324 MB(+3%)

Tracklist

1. Ensaio de escola da samba (Danca dos Escravos) 8:57
2. Kalimba Lua Cheia 5:17
3. Cavaquinho 8:00
4. Bianca 6:43
5. Danca No. 1 5:22
6. 10 Anos 7:32
7. Lundu 6:34
8. Frevo 5:54
9. Selva amazonica / Pau rolou 20:03

personnel :

Egberto Gismonti - guitars, piano, flutes, wood flutes, kalimba, surdo, voice, cooking bells
Nando Carneiro - guitar
Zeca Assumpcao - doubel-bass
Jacques Morelenbaum - cello
Nana Vasconcelos - percussion, berimbau
Mauro Senise - alto saxophone
Nene - drums
Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra
Gintaras Rinkevicius conductor

Egberto Gismonti's volume in the excellent ECM Rarum series contains material from seven of his ten albums for the label as a leader, none from the 124 recordings on his own label distributed by ECM. It hardly matters. Gismonti is the most enigmatic and mercurial of the artists on the roster. Being from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he has made a life of delving deep into his country's magical musical framework that draws into itself and expands upon the many cultures that have intersected with it from Africa, Europe, and the United States. The music contained here finds Gismonti, ever the shamanistic gadfly conjurer, singing and playing no less than eight instruments, from percussion to guitars to flutes. The settings range from the stunning solo guitar of "Cavaquinho," where classical and Indian notions dovetail one another, to more conventional quartets such as the one found on "Ensaio de Escola de Samba" with another guitar, cello, and double bass, or the string players on "10 Anos," which features his piano playing in a jazz quartet with saxophone. And then there is "Frevo," a work that reflects not only Gismonti's knowledge and frenetic approach to counterpoint as it manifests itself in Brazilian and European classical music, but the frenzy of Carnaval as it engages his pianism to a symphony orchestra. These selections are sequenced nearly perfectly and offer a radiant and ambitious portrait of one of the most revered and misunderstood musicians ECM has ever recorded.~Thom Jurek

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