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Canto América

Canto América

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Wayne Wallace

Label: Patois Records
Released: 2016
Views: 514

Track Listing

Canto América (Amanecer/Dawn); La Propaganda De Hoy; Stardust; Afro Blue; Hispaniola; El Médico; El Caldero De Ogun; Ochun's Road; Canto América (Puesta Del Sol/Sunset).


Formazione complessiva: Michael Spiro: percussioni, arrangementi; Wayne Wallace: trombone, euphonium, arrangementi; Colin Douglas: batteria, percussioni; David Belove: basso elettrico; Murray Low: pianoforte; Jeremy Allen: contrabbasso, basso fretless; Jamaal Baptiste: pianoforte; Christian Tumalan: pianoforte; Jesus Diaz: voce guida; Mike Mixtaki: voce; Edgardo Cambon: voce; Fito Reinoso: voce; John Santos: voce; Cecilia Englehart: vox humana; Maria Marquez: vox humana; Joe Galvin: voce, percussioni; Kristin Olson: voce, percussioni; Nate Johnson: voce; John Calloway: flauto; Tom Walsh: sax contralto; Joe Anderson: tromba, ewi; Brennan Johns: trombone, trombone basso, mellophone, corno francese; Steven Banks: clarinetto, clarinetto basso; Gabe Young: oboe; Marco Nunez flauto, alto flauto; Matt Shugert: flauto; Daniel Stern: violino solista; Charlene Kluegel: violino; Maria Jose Romero: violino; Nidhal Jebali: violino; Yoni Gertner : viola; Tze-Ying Wu: viola; Etan Young: violoncello; Brady Anderson: violoncello; Eric Juberg: sax contralto; Jonah Tarver: sax contralto; Sam Motter: sax tenore; Tonu Maas: sax tenore; Theo Simpson: sax baritono; Rachel Rodgers: flauto; Alexandra Signor: tromba; Joe Anderson: tromba; Iantheia Calhoun: tromba; Cean Robinson: tromba; Kevin Wilson: tromba; John Sorsen: trombone; Brennan Johns: trombone; Miro Sorber: trombone; Richard Marshall: trombone; Min Ju Kim: violino.


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