Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio: Arcoluz jazz review by Jerry D’Souza, published on October 4, Find thousands reviews at All About Jazz!. French bass virtuoso Renaud Garcia-Fons has grown into a living legend, both for his breathtaking technique and his talent as a composer. A dazzling performer . Renaud Garcia-Fons, the extraordinary French/Spanish double-bass virtuoso, brings together fans of folk and world music, lovers of classical.
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Read on to view our project ideas Elements of the music might seem familiar, but just palpably so, and never in an obvious way. Email address It will remain private. The most astounding sound is that of Ruiz, in essence a flamenco guitarist who extracts oud-like sounds out of his garvia, especially when Trasante is playing Arabic hand drums.
Membership has its privileges! Membership has its privileges. First name and Last name. Rehaud Hanging Out In Love. Jazz Latin New Age. It bears mention that the title of the album, Arcoluz and its first track, of the same name, set the tone and manner of the music to follow.
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Search News by title. Album Showcase Buy Now. But even the Mediterranean has the blues. The dynamic tension in this piece is dramatic and will lead the listener to dizzying heights before bringing him or her down to the earth pulsating with primal song. Jazz Story I love jazz because it gives me freedom of mind. By Marek Szerszenowicz Member since: Sign in or sign up to build your personalized All About Jazz experience!
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Listening to the CD, hearing music that you can only hear performed live, may be a daunting task. Password Reset your password. Search Tracks by musician. Look for it, then click the link to activate your account.
Just let the music ebb and flow, carrying echoes of places distant and not so far away. Film Reviews Green Book: Search Photos by photo tag. Enja Records buy. It is music of genius, but also music that bubbles renud of a soul consumed by the fervor at the center of its very being. Jazz Poll Help us identify the world’s top jazz venues. Post a comment about this album. Renuad love jazz because it gives me freedom of mind. Its detailing is sharper by contrast.
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Post a comment about this album. Search Photos by photo tag. Sign in or sign up to create or claim your musician profile page. Apart from the obvious significance of the “40 days,” there is an almost mystical fervor in this piece.
I love jazz because it gives me freedom of mind. We sent a confirmation message to. The bonus interviews with English, French, German and Spanish subtitles mean that this DVD will have greater appeal than anyone can imagine.