Monday, April 21, 2008

Radames Gnattali - Ernesto Nazareth (1954)

Hello, good evening! Yesterday, we had a collaboration of cvllos that was supposed to be a never heard album by the legendary Casé, but it was only a reissue of a previous Caetano Rodrigues collaboration. You can check the story below at Brazilian Jazz Quartet - Jazz & Coffee (1958). Today, the tireless cvllos quickly recover all his prestige to our community, sending an anthological album, which is the first LP recorded by Maestro Radames Gnattali in 1954, entirely dedicated to the work of another important Brazilian musician, Ernesto Nazareth. Let's see.

This is Radames Gnattali - Ernesto Nazareth (1954), for Continental, featuring Radames Gnattali piano and orchestra arranged by Radames Gnattali. I'm the past of Brazilian instrumental music to the forthcoming Enciclopédia Instrumental Brasileira website and the contribution of Radames Gnattali becomes very clear every day that passes. In Ernesto Nazareth tribute, the young maestro delivers piano playing and makes arrangements for the entire session. This album should be taken by its historical importance, I decided to keep the transfer as close as possible to the original album and some noise occurs. Thanks cvllos for this important contribution to Loronix. Tracks include:

01 - Expansiva (Ernesto Nazareth) Valsa
02 - Tenebroso (Ernesto Nazareth) Tango
03 - Ameno Resedá (Ernesto Nazareth) Polca-choro
04 - Odeon (Ernesto Nazareth) Tango
05 - Fon-fon (Ernesto Nazareth) Tango
06 - Apanhei-te Cavaquinho (Ernesto Nazareth) Polca-choro
07 - Confidências (Ernesto Nazareth) Valsa
08 - Batuque (Ernesto Nazareth) Tango

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Zeca, certainly my beloved father, Senhor Manoel, will be delighted right there from the "second floor" just admiring the wonderfull job you did with his LP. Thanks for your effort and good taste.