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An eclectic musician, that's for sure. The music of Radamés Gnattali (1906-1988) might disturb a purist, but if you are free from prejudices and have your ears well opened, you will discover a fabulous craftsman, a great inventor of memories, a relentless experimenter. In this new album, entirely dedicated to the music of Gnattali, the Brazilian pianist Luís Rabello brings an historically valuable release to the international audience, with the world premiere recordings of several compositions. The album is a portrait of Gnattali's piano music, with heart warming melodies, dazzling virtuosity and a blend of Brazilian musical flavors where Classical music meets Jazz, Bossa-Nova, Samba and Choro.
An eclectic musician, that's for sure. The music of Radamés Gnattali (1906-1988) might disturb a purist, but if you are free from prejudices and have your ears well opened, you will discover a fabulous craftsman, a great inventor of memories, a relentless experimenter. In this new album, entirely dedicated to the music of Gnattali, the Brazilian pianist Luís Rabello brings an historically valuable release to the international audience, with the world premiere recordings of several compositions. The album is a portrait of Gnattali's piano music, with heart warming melodies, dazzling virtuosity and a blend of Brazilian musical flavors where Classical music meets Jazz, Bossa-Nova, Samba and Choro.
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An eclectic musician, that's for sure. The music of Radamés Gnattali (1906-1988) might disturb a purist, but if you are free from prejudices and have your ears well opened, you will discover a fabulous craftsman, a great inventor of memories, a relentless experimenter. In this new album, entirely dedicated to the music of Gnattali, the Brazilian pianist Luís Rabello brings an historically valuable release to the international audience, with the world premiere recordings of several compositions. The album is a portrait of Gnattali's piano music, with heart warming melodies, dazzling virtuosity and a blend of Brazilian musical flavors where Classical music meets Jazz, Bossa-Nova, Samba and Choro.
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