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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You will also marvel at Garcia-Fons’s extraordinary ability to bow and strike the strings at the same time creating the spectacular introduction to “Entremundo. Sign in or sign up to upload and share your publicity or live event photos.
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We sent a confirmation message to. Release Date January 30, Ruiz’s choruses suggest a technician of the highest order and Trasante pulls out his full bag of tricks from the cajon that box, which houses the resonant strings, on which the percussionist sits to claves, cowbell, rushes of passion on snare, punctuated by splashes of cymbals.
This must rank with some of the finest digital recording and mastering on disc. Especially when he bows in the absolutely upper-register ostensibly by the bridge afcoluz just below, fnos bridge and tailpiece.
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Film Reviews Green Book: Read on to view our project ideas Elements of the music might seem familiar, but just palpably so, and never in an obvious way. Thanks for joining the All About Jazz community! Album Showcase Buy Now.
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For Pros Sign in or sign up to create or claim your musician profile page. Then you also find yourself moved by the consummate dynamics of the group playing music that is steaming with passion. Sign in or sign up to upload your events. There is also the fact that the bass is firmly front and center of the trio, which suggests the Renaud Garcia-Fons’s contribution to the development of the instrument.
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Renaud Garcia-Fons Trio: Arcoluz
Once you get past the fact that Renaud Garcia-Fons was making a case for his Oriental-sounding bull-fiddle on that eponymous album, he was defining his voice, the sounds he hears and dreams in and the resultant music in his extraordinary art.
Film Reviews Green Book: However, the late German trombonist, Albert Mangelsdorf, had this great gift, as does reed player Pharoah Sanders, who was probably born with it. Look for it, then click the link to activate your account. Track listing is identical atcoluz the DVD as well.
The bonus interviews with English, French, German and Spanish subtitles mean that this DVD will have greater appeal than anyone can imagine.
The most astounding sound is that of Ruiz, in essence a flamenco guitarist who extracts gardia sounds out of his instrument, especially when Trasante is playing Arabic hand drums. These tracks flow like dark and shimmering waters moving through lengthy tributaries that branch off in rich prismatic directions, with the journey greater than the actual final colorful destination.