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Edmar Castaneda | Edmar Castaneda World Ensemble: Live At the Jazz Standard

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Edmar Castaneda World Ensemble: Live At the Jazz Standard

by Edmar Castaneda

When Colombian harp virtuoso Edmar Castañeda plays, it’s hard to believe only one man and not a trio of harpists is performing. Castañeda’s remarkable technique—he plays lead, rhythm, and bass lines all at once—is equaled only by his soulful improvisation
Genre: Latin: Latin Jazz
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1. Cuarto de Colores (En Vivo)
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2. Entre Cuerdas (En Vivo)
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3. Jesus de Nazareth (En Vivo)
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4. Double Portion (En Vivo)
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5. Carrao Carrao (En Vivo)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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“Almost a world unto himself” (The New York Times).
Edmar Castaneda World Ensemble live album at the Jazz Standard in New York, a collaboration with amazing musicians from all over the world, Brazil, Tukey, Israel, USA, Colombia, Chile playing original music.
Featuring Gregoire Maret Harmonica - Andrea Tierra Vocal- Marshall Gilkes Trombone -Itai Kriss Flute - Shlomi Cohen Soprano Sax - Pablo Vergara Piano -Rodrigo Villalon Drums - Dave David Silliman Percussion -Tamer Pinarbasi Kanun -Sergio krakowski Pandero.
Edmar is…an enormous talent, he has the versatility and the enchanting charisma of a musician who has taken his harp out of the shadow to become one of the most original musicians from the Big Apple. ( Paquito D'Rivera)

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