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Brazilian Guitar Music - Release May 4th 2019

Brazilian Guitar Music - Release May 4th 2019 by Marius Noss Gundersen buy album

Marius Noss Gundersen

Label: Gvito Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

1. Estrela da Manhã 2. Bate-Coxa 3. Sambadalu 4. Irene 5. O Choro de Juliana - Micuim 6. O Choro de Juliana - Chamego 7. O Choro de Juliana - Pixula 8. O Choro de Juliana - Sarará 9. Rapsódia dos Malacos 10. Perequetés - Toada 11. Perequetés - Maxixe 12. Perequetés - Chula 13. Perequetés - Valsa 14. Baião Cansado


Marius Noss Gundersen
Marius Noss Gundersen

guitar, acoustic

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Marius Noss Gundersen, guitar

Album Description

Marius Noss Gundersen plays music by Marco Pereira. This album by guitarist Marius Gundersen has very special meaning to me. In addition to being the first time an artist dedicates an entire album to my work, Marius is an excellent interpreter. His technique and musical sensibility make these pieces; originally written for solo guitar, gain even more quality and expression, become more impactful and attractive! Marius Gundersen comprehends in a particular and profound way the essence of Brazilian music that is embedded in the repertoire he has chosen. It is quite difficult to remain faithful to the cultural aspects of another country, from another continent, far from our own musical universe. I am very impressed with the way Marius approaches these nuances, magnifying the value of the work through his interpretation. Undoubtedly this album will be a reference for any guitarist, from any part of the world, who might want to record these pieces. Thank you, Marius, for this excellent performance! Rio de Janeiro, March 10th 2019 Marco Pereira


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