Diego Ramirez | Sketches of Mexico

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Sketches of Mexico

by Diego Ramirez

Musical paintings of Mexico expressed through the original compositions of composer and pianist, Diego Ramirez, accompanied by Fernando Caballero, drums and Juan Ramos, upright bass.
Genre: Latin: General
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1. Jojo
1:19 album only
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2. El Papalote De Quetzalli
4:25 album only
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3. El Nido
5:02 album only
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4. Galactic Butterfly
2:04 album only
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5. Hurricane Odile
4:45 album only
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6. 3 Eras of Mexico: Autocton Era / The Spanish Conquest / The Modern Era
8:20 album only
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7. El Negro Sambuca
2:21 album only
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8. Sol, Luna, Estrellas
3:14 album only
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9. Requete
3:14 album only
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10. Our Truth
5:53 album only
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11. La Fuerza Del Nuestro Corazón
3:22 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Pianist Diego Ramirez presents his recent compositions in the 2018 release "Sketches of Mexico". The album can be described as musical paintings of Mexico. Diego is honored to have such experienced and talented musicians as Fernando Caballero, drummer, and Juan Ramos, upright bass, accompany him. Diego studied classical music at Mexico City’s prestigious National Conservatory of Music for 10 years before branching out into jazz. Now he brings many elements of his career together, Mexican themes, Latin rhythms, jazz improvisation and his classical background, in this tribute to his homeland. For example "3 Eras of Mexico" is a serious, historical composition written in three movements in a classical tradition. Whereas "Jojo" is jazz. "El Negro Sambuca" is great fun. And "El Nido" and "Hurricane Odile" are both very visual. Diego is also proud to dedicate a song to his daughter in the piece, “El Papalote de Quetzalli" (Quetzalli's kite). Please enjoy “Sketches of Mexico”. Muchas Gracias.

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