Gonzalo Bergara Quartet | Claroscuro

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Claroscuro

by Gonzalo Bergara Quartet

Classical, Jazzy, Latin, a rocking mix of Acoustic Guitar, Violin and memorable tunes
Genre: Avant Garde: Classical Avant-Garde
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1. Caledonia
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2. Resurrection
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3. Diciembre
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4. Abril
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5. Febrero
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6. Ida y Vuelta
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7. Marzo
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8. Mayo
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9. Enero
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10. All Right
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The Gonzalo Bergara Quartet
The all-acoustic Gonzalo Bergara Quartet plays a modern variant of 1930’s Django Reinhardt-inspired gypsy jazz. Composer and lead guitarist Gonzalo Bergara mixes a cascade of arpeggios with the sounds of Paris and his native Argentina. His first CD, Porteña Soledad, was Editor’s Pick in Guitar Player Magazine, and Vintage Guitar Magazine called it a "masterpiece." The Gonzalo Bergara Quartet consists of Gonzalo Bergara on lead guitar, Max O'Rourke on rhythm guitar, Leah Zeger on violin, and Brian Netlzey on upright bass. The music is heavily influenced by Django Reinhardt and the Hot Club of France, as well as the traditional jazz and music of Bergara's true home, Buenos Aires. "Gonzalo Bergara’s music exists in a way that very little music does. He has lavished such care on every phrase, built each arrangement with such lapidary precision and pared away anything extraneous, the music becomes sculpture. It has weight, density, gravity. This is serious... and deeply moving

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