" Tarde Músicais Café Mestiço "
In this work, the trio brings choro, chamamé, the tango "Oblivion" of Piazolla and the classic "La Catedral" by the Paraguayan composer Augustín Barrios, with an arrangement inspired by the flamenco rhythm Bulería.
Also interprets what was the important meeting of Jacob do Bandolim with Portuguese guitarist Armandinho, one of the greatest references of Portuguese music.
The union of the cajon, 7 string guitar and the Portuguese guitar traditionally does not exist in the choro or the fado, and thus, the trio innovates in the language playing the famous cry "I Want to Be Sossego" in that formation.
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