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  1. Alán Chehab Quartet is an oriental jazz band from Barcelona, Spain.
    Created on 2013, Chehab´s repertoire is a mix of original compositions and traditional song arrangements with a modern perspective, incorporating elements of jazz harmonies and Afro-latin rhythms.

    Alán Chehab - oud
    Claudio Nervi - piano
    Juan Carlos Buchan - double bass
    Albert Enkaminanko - percussions

    Past shows: Madrid Jazz Festival, Al Margen Jazz Festival - Zaragoza, Festival Mudéjares de Teruel, Cinema a la Fresca Monjuïc-Barcelona, Cosmocaixa-Barcelona...

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  2. Vasco Hernández is currently one of the most promising talents of the new Flamenco guitar.

    The group currently consists of six members, which occasionally increases to eight, producing a big display on stage including singing, dancing, piano or bass. These elements all come together to create an exciting performance that blurs the lines between a stage show and a concert guitar performance.
    With this album, ‘Luz de otra manera’, his first internationally available album, Vasco hopes to unify the development of his own vision of Flamenco with the perspective of a more international audience, giving his music a more universal context.

    Algarabías (Rejoicing)
    Traditional style: ‘Bulerias’.
    The main lyrical theme portrays the musician’s feeling of homesickness brought about by some
    reflections of the sun and a peculiar atmosphere of Spanish culture. The instruments show strength and
    ability in the Flamenco ‘touch’, but softening it slightly, thus bringing it closer to the listener.
    Vasco Hernández: Flamenco guitar
    Vanesa Lledó: Vocals, palmas (clapping)
    DieGo “El Gavi”: Vocals
    Carlos Mil-Homens: Cajón, palmas (clapping)

    http://itunes.apple.com/fr/album/luz-de-…nera/id650101743
    http://www.womex.com/virtual/arc_music_…luz_de_otra_manera

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  3. Vasco Hernández is currently one of the most promising talents of the new Flamenco guitar.

    The group currently consists of six members, which occasionally increases to eight, producing a big display on stage including singing, dancing, piano or bass. These elements all come together to create an exciting performance that blurs the lines between a stage show and a concert guitar performance.
    With this album, ‘Luz de otra manera’, his first internationally available album, Vasco hopes to unify the development of his own vision of Flamenco with the perspective of a more international audience, giving his music a more universal context.

    Algarabías (Rejoicing)
    Traditional style: ‘Bulerias’.
    The main lyrical theme portrays the musician’s feeling of homesickness brought about by some
    reflections of the sun and a peculiar atmosphere of Spanish culture. The instruments show strength and
    ability in the Flamenco ‘touch’, but softening it slightly, thus bringing it closer to the listener.
    Vasco Hernández: Flamenco guitar
    Vanesa Lledó: Vocals, palmas (clapping)
    DieGo “El Gavi”: Vocals
    Carlos Mil-Homens: Cajón, palmas (clapping)

    http://itunes.apple.com/fr/album/luz-de-…nera/id650101743
    http://www.womex.com/virtual/arc_music_…luz_de_otra_manera

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  4. Alán Chehab Quartet is an oriental jazz band from Barcelona, Spain.
    Created on 2013, Chehab´s repertoire is a mix of original compositions and traditional song arrangements with a modern perspective, incorporating elements of jazz harmonies and Afro-latin rhythms.

    Alán Chehab - oud
    Claudio Nervi - piano
    Juan Carlos Buchan - double bass
    Albert Enkaminanko - percussions

    Past shows: Madrid Jazz Festival, Al Margen Jazz Festival - Zaragoza, Festival Mudéjares de Teruel, Cinema a la Fresca Monjuïc-Barcelona, Cosmocaixa-Barcelona...

    https://alanchehabquartet.bandcamp.com/

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  5. Vasco Hernández is currently one of the most promising talents of the new Flamenco guitar.

    The group currently consists of six members, which occasionally increases to eight, producing a big display on stage including singing, dancing, piano or bass. These elements all come together to create an exciting performance that blurs the lines between a stage show and a concert guitar performance.
    With this album, ‘Luz de otra manera’, his first internationally available album, Vasco hopes to unify the development of his own vision of Flamenco with the perspective of a more international audience, giving his music a more universal context.

    Algarabías (Rejoicing)
    Traditional style: ‘Bulerias’.
    The main lyrical theme portrays the musician’s feeling of homesickness brought about by some
    reflections of the sun and a peculiar atmosphere of Spanish culture. The instruments show strength and
    ability in the Flamenco ‘touch’, but softening it slightly, thus bringing it closer to the listener.
    Vasco Hernández: Flamenco guitar
    Vanesa Lledó: Vocals, palmas (clapping)
    DieGo “El Gavi”: Vocals
    Carlos Mil-Homens: Cajón, palmas (clapping)

    http://itunes.apple.com/fr/album/luz-de-…nera/id650101743
    http://www.womex.com/virtual/arc_music_…luz_de_otra_manera

    # vimeo.com/192590228 Uploaded 67 Plays 0 Comments

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