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Conversations with Vladimir Stowe

by Gustavo Casenave

New piano solo works from 3 times Grammy Nominee and Steinway Artist. "... exuberant, virtuosic performance..." THE NEW YORK TIMES
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Eloquent
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2. Just Kidding
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3. Revelation
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4. Answers and Questions
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5. All the Things You Are
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6. Known Topic
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7. Chan Chan Chan
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8. Fragiltimer Prologue
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9. Fragiltimer Story
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10. Unexpected Story
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11. Statement
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Album Notes

Conversations with Vladimir Stowe
Piano Solo

1. ELOQUENT 9:42
2. JUST KIDDING 1:51
3. REVELATION 6:43
4. ANSWERS AND QUESTIONS 7:49
5. ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE 4:08
6. KNOWN TOPIC 4:10
7. CHAN CHAN CHAN 2:06
8. FRAGILTIMER PROLOGUE 2:23
9. FRAGILTIMER STORY 3:13
10. UNEXPECTED STORY 1:54
11. STATEMENT 2:53

Total playing time: 44 minutes

Gustavo Casenave is a Steinway Artist.

Copyright A.S.C.A.P. 2017
All Compositions and arrangements by Gustavo Casenave except:
“All the things you are” by Jerome Kern.

Album Release Date: MAY 26th, 2017.
Recording date: August 2016
Recording location: Palais de Glace, Stowe VT.
Recording, mixing and mastering engineer: Alex
Piano: Steinway D
Label: Fula Records
Album Producer: Vicky Barranguet
CD Photos: Javier Agostinelli
CD Cover design: Vicky Barranguet www.vickybarranguet.com


This album is the result of my conversations with an exceptional musical being: Vladimir Stowe, who lives in Stowe, Vermont. Vladimir was rebuilt on recent years, and carries a tradition of excellence, that enables very unique inspiring dialogues, offering his 88 keys to establish physical contact that translates into music and stories.

Gustavo Casenave



Special Thanks

To Vicky Barranguet, Alex Venguer, Lola and Simone Casenave, Jo Fish, Hector Del Curto, Jisoo OK, Stowe Tango Music Festival, Javier Agostinelli, Eduardo Miliers, the Casenave Ocampo Family, the Barranguet Marchesoni family, and everyone who participated in anyway to make this recording possible.


GUSTAVO CASENAVE 

Gustavo Casenave is a three times Latin GRAMMY® Nominee, ACE Awardee 2015, Steinway Artist, Uruguayan pianist and composer, based in New York City. He has performed worldwide, collaborated and recorded with artists as diverse as: Yo-Yo Ma, Bette Midler, Eddie Gomez, John Patitucci, Robert Duvall, Mark Egan, Neil Sedaca, Manolo Badrena, John Benitez and the 12 cellist of the Berlin Philharmonic among many others. With 21 albums as a solo artist, he received the 2013 Con Edison Composers Residency Award, a 2013 New Music USA Grant, and a “Belgian Artistic Promotion Award” at Europe Jazz Contest 1999. He directed and performed in almost every major Tango show in the US, including Forever Tango, Tango Fire, Tango Lovers, Tango Buenos Aires and Eternal Tango Orchestra among others. He is a former Jazz Department Director at the Harbor Conservatory, in addition to giving Master Classes at Juilliard, Oberlin, Eastman and Yale University.
“…exuberant, virtuosic performance…” 
THE NEW YORK TIMES
“… ferocious performance, emotionally wrenching playing…” 
LOS ANGELES TIMES
“… enough can’t be said, sensational musician…” 
CHICAGO TRIBUNE
“… Gustavo Casenave led the virtuosic ensemble, … show stopper…” 
THE WASHINGTON POST
“… the onstage orchestra led by musical director Gustavo Casenave was dynamite…” 
THE BOSTON GLOBE
"...Casenave sounds splendid..." 
THE VILLAGE VOICE
“… one of the best pianists our country has…” 
EL PAIS - Uruguay
"... brilliant, virtuoso..." 
DIARIO LA NACION (ARGENTINA)
"... excellent pianist..." 
XAVER MAGAZINE (GERMANY)
"... virtuoso, and exciting..." 
CONCERTO MAGAZINE (AUSTRIA)
“…Approaching traditional tango with a sensibility informed by jazz and European classical music, Uruguayan pianist and composer Gustavo Casenave creates an intriguing paradox… Just check “Y Vos en la Pedrera,” a 53-second opus impeccably played at an agitated pace...” 
JAZZ TIMES



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