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Gaia Wilmer Octet | Migrations

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Migrations

by Gaia Wilmer Octet

Drawing inspiration from Brazilian music, its harmonies, rhythms and melodies, and from contemporary jazz, Gaia creates a unique and colorful world of music that is both cerebral and emotional.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. After Them
4:44 album only
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2. Criancada
5:41 album only
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3. Migrations
7:17 album only
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4. Helen
5:43 album only
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5. Cha
8:25 album only
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6. No Talking
6:40 album only
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7. Nostalgias
5:54 album only
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8. Acuri
6:49 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Gaia Wilmer Octet is: Yulia Musayelyan – flutes; Song Yi Jeon – voice; Gaia Wilmer and Gustavo D’Amico – saxophones; Leandro Pellegrino – guitar; Vitor Gonçalves – piano and accordion; Mayo Pamplona – bass; Richie Barshay – drums.

MIGRATIONS, introduces the music of Brazilian composer and saxophonist Gaia Wilmer, an emerging voice in the contemporary jazz community. Drawing inspiration from Brazilian music, its harmonies, rhythms and melodies, and from contemporary jazz, Gaia creates a unique and colorful world of music that is both cerebral and emotional. Her music draws inspiration from composers such as Hermeto Pascoal, Guillermo Klein, Kenny Wheeler, Vijay Iyer and Maria Schneider and the pieces generate their shapes and feelings from the idea of home; the strong relationship with Brazilian and Latin American cultures and with contemporary jazz and the relationship between people.

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