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Bruno Mangueira

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Bruno Mangueira

Label: Tratore
Released: 2009
Duration: 01:01:01
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Track Listing

Cristina; Canavial; Choro nº 5; Devaneio; Fim de Verão; Terra Batida; Bianca; Fazenda Santa Maria; Segunda-feira com Proveta; O Picadeiro; Samba pro Toninho

Personnel

Bruno Mangueira
Bruno Mangueira

guitar, acoustic

Paulo Paulelli
Paulo Paulelli

clarinet

Robertinho Silva

percussion

Nailor Proveta

clarinet

Gabriel Grossi
Gabriel Grossi

harmonica

Rodrigo Ursaia

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel / Information

Ubaldo Versolato: tenor and baritone saxes, flute and piccolo; Nahor Gomes: trumpet; Rubinho Antunes: trumpet and flugelhorn; Sidnei Borgani: trombone; Wilson Dias: trombone; Alexey Chashnikov, Andreas Uhlemann, Carolina Kliemann, Lev Veksler, Svetlana Tereshkova and Tatiana Vinogradova: violins; Kirill Bogatyrev and Heloísa Meirelles: cellos; Tibô Delor: double bass

Album Description

Recorded in Sao Paulo, Bruno Mangueira’s first CD features some of the best musicians in Brazil. The program is drawn almost entirely from Bruno’s original repertoire, was produced and arranged by him, and includes big band and orchestral tracks. "In addition to being an inspired and talented composer, he proves to be a fine, full-fledged arranger who explores Brazilian and jazz genres in various settings. His orchestration skills are particularly noteworthy. His solos are melodic and, when necessary, can be both quite technical and uninhibited, demonstrating his solid musical foundation, maturity and versatility" (liner notes by Roberto Menescal). The CD was released at the television show Instrumental SESC Brasil (SescTV), which was recorded live in Sao Paulo in January, 2010. It was also released at concerts in New York City and at the Santa Tereza International Jazz and Bossa Fest, and was pre-selected for the Brazilian Music Award.


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