Tramontana

Tramontana by Juan Andrés Ospina
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Juan Andrés Ospina

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Tramontana; Todavía No, feat. Paquito D’Rivera; 102 Fahrenheit; Like Someone in Love; Recuerdos de un Reloj de Pared; Ver Llover.


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Sam Hoyt: trumpet; Jonathan Powell: trumpet; Brian Davis: trumpet; Guido Gonzalez: trumpet; Michael Fahie:, trombone; Matthew McDonald: trombone; Malec Heermans: trombone; James Rogers: bass trombone; Hadar Noiberg: flute; Alex Terrier: soprano sax/alto sax; Uri Gurvich: alto sax/flute; Linus Wyrsch: tenor sax/clarinet; Justin Flynn: tenor sax/clarinet: Carl Maraghi: baritone sax/ bass clarinet; Carolina Calvache: piano (#1, #3, #4, #5); Nicolás Ospina: piano (#6); Juan Andrés Ospina: piano (#2); Nadav Remez: guitar; Andrés Rotmistrovsky: electric bass; Marcelo Woloski: percussion; Petros Klampanis: upright bass (#5); Franco Pinna: drums (#2, #6); Ronen Itzik: drums (#1, #3); Dan Pugach: drums (#4, #5); Magda Giannikou: accordion (#5); Sofia Ribeiro: voice (#1); Lucia Pulido: voice (#6). SPECIAL GUEST: Paquito D’Rivera: soprano sax (#2).

Album Description

Powerful yet invisible, momentarily ferocious yet leaving behind idyllic, crystal clear skies; the Tramontana is a true force of nature, a gale force wind that lashes Spain’s Catalan coastline. It serves as an apt inspiration for composer and bandleader Juan Andrés Ospina, who has experienced its strength and beauty firsthand and has translated the wind’s stirring and awe-invoking qualities into music for Tramontana, the debut release by his phenomenal big band. Soul- stirring and vigorous, a family affair as well as a multinational congregation, the Juan Andrés Ospina Big Band embodies the contradictory essence of this formidable natural phenomenon. Due out April 20, 2018 Tramontana is the extraordinary fulfillment of nearly a decade of dreaming and a lifetime’s immersion in music. Born into a musical and artistic family in Bogotá, Colombia, Ospina chanced into his gift for big band composing and arranging while a student at Boston’s Berklee College of Music. The album’s realization follows a successful, inventive Kickstarter campaign and the enthusiastic encouragement of renowned bandleaders Paquito D’Rivera and Maria Schneider. It brings together a gifted ensemble of artists of ten different nationalities, performing Ospina’s striking originals, one radically transformed standard, and a passionate song by Colombian singer Lucia Pulido.


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