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Christian Andre Vincent | Crosswinds

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New Age: Contemporary Instrumental Classical: Contemporary Moods: Type: Instrumental
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by Christian Andre Vincent

An ecletic blend of rumba flamenca, classical and world music, a little something for everyone
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bombay
4:23 album only
2. Cafe Mocha
3:36 album only
3. Gymnopedie #1
3:06 album only
4. Cascada
3:26 album only
5. Un Dia de Noviembre
4:45 album only
6. Rattle and Burn
3:49 album only
7. Rain
3:08 album only
8. Corcovado
2:59 album only
9. Porcelain Rose
3:56 album only
10. Roma
3:41 album only
11. Parasol
5:32 album only
12. Guajiras (Traditional)
5:35 album only


Album Notes
Christian Vincent is a classical/flamenco guitarist and scholar with degrees from Broward College and Florida Atlantic University majoring in guitar performance with a minor in piano. He has taught at several music academies in South Florida and has performed throughout the state of Florida as a solo artist as well as in the master classes of world renowned artists such as Roland Dyens, Duo Assad, Ana Vidovic, and LAGQ to name a few. An aficionado of flamenco, he has had the opportunity to study flamenco guitar intensively in Granada, Spain at Carmen de las Cuevas as well as festivals and workshops in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Tucson, Arizona and most recently in Zaragoza, Spain. Christian is also an Ethnomusicologist earning a Master’s degree from the University of Arizona, specializing in Iberian and Latin American music as well as organology (the scientific study of musical instruments and their classification). He is a member of the society for ethnomusicology where he attends annual conferences presenting his research. Christian has taught at Nova Southeastern University’s Performing and Visual Arts department for three years as an adjunct professor and as a graduate teaching assistant at The University of Arizona.
As a multi-instrumentalist Christian performs on the following instruments on select tracks crosswinds: didgeridoo, doumbek, and electric bass.



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