ARCOLUZ RENAUD GARCIA FONS PDF
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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Renaud Garcia-Fons, Arcoluz
The mixing skills of Walter Quintus and the mastering of Antoine Demantke cannot be over-emphasized. As a composer Garcia-Fons likes to take the listener on a gypsy’s journey through the Mediterranean area, especially Andalusia, then Brittany, Latin America, India, the Arab world and even into European classical music of the past.
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Look for it, then click the link to activate your account. Flamenco guitar; Negrito Trasante: Post a comment about this album. 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 Albums by title. We sent a confirmation message to. The most astounding sound is that of Ruiz, in essence a flamenco guitarist who extracts oud-like sounds out of his instrument, especially when Trasante is playing Arabic hand drums.
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Yemen Yugoslavia Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe. My advice to new listeners: A dazzling performer on five strings, he uses his instrument’s entire range, thus dominating the music and making the bowed double bass sound rather like a cello or a violin. To not know Garcia-Fons is to completely miss out on one of the truly great virtuoso performers of the modern era, but it only takes a few moments of sincere listening to experience a revelation or epiphany that may well be life-changing.
Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio: Arcoluz
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That his virtuosity is unbridled is a foregone conclusion. Notes assault the pleasure centers of the brain. Elements of the music might seem familiar, but just palpably so, and never in an obvious way.
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It appears that Garcia-Fons has it too. There is an accompanying DVD of these tracks filmed in concert performance, as well as interviews and sidebar shots during the making of this music, with only French subtitles.
The bonus interviews with English, French, German and Spanish subtitles mean that this DVD will have greater appeal than anyone can imagine. Ruiz’s choruses suggest a technician of the highest order and Trasante pulls out his full bag of tricks from the cajon that box, rwnaud houses the resonant strings, on which the percussionist sits to claves, cowbell, rushes of passion on snare, punctuated by splashes of cymbals.
Clearly his intent to add that 5th string was no mere fanciful act. Its detailing is sharper by contrast.