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Painel

by Marco Antonio da Costa

Featuring brazilian guitar style. This is the first project by Marco Antonio da Costa (Brasilian guitarist) , a dynamic album that presents its music as a gathering of cultural influences that converge into Brazilian Music and Jazz.
Genre: Latin: Brazilian Jazz
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1. Afroaxé
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2. Samba Roubado
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3. Painel
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4. Sentindo Europa
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5. Mi Patronita
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6. Alguém chegou
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7. Tema pra Baden
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8. Ao anoitecer
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9. Eu sou o tal
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10. Descobertas
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11. Vamos amar, Vamos jogar
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12. Prima primavera
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Greetings Music lovers! I have finally managed to present my first CD, "Painel"! The repertoire on the disc is mostly my own work - however, there is also a collaboration with the poet/musician Kadu Mauad, and compositions from Daniel Ribeiro, Henrique Pacheco, Diogo Guanabara (all brazilian musician friends). In 2008, at the suggestion of a respected guitar teacher from Sao Paulo, Fernando Correia, and a friend (and bass player) from Belém named Felipe Oliveira, I decided to live here in Graz, Austria, to study music at the Kunstuniversität Graz. Fortunately, this unexpected choice was wise. I have noticed an improvement in my touch on the guitar, in my musical ideas. This is the result of both the new techniques I have learned and from playing with musicians from different cultures and musical experiences than mine. At the music school in Graz, my studies are focused on Jazz because it has a significant amount of contemporary value. However, my compositions are mainly Brazilian influenced: they were composed in the middle of my musical adventure around the world. Guess what: I discovered that Jazz and Brazilian music have more in common than I could have ever imagined! While composing, I explored several of my influences; anything was possible! I spent quite some time developing the songs. I traveled, conceptualized, played and re-played; I recorded myself, I wrote scores, and in the end, I tried to show the musicians how it sounded in my head - they contributed immensely with their insight and sensibility. The result is "Painel", gathering of different cultures and influences. I began recording this project in Natal - RN in the "Promídia" studio with musician Eduardo Taufic, who was the pianist, recording/mixing engineer, arrangements counselor, and Music Supervisor in this project; a key person! Afterwards, the great musicians from Natal - Brazil honoured me with their interpretations on my work. The people who live in Natal - Brazil certainly know who they are. These people are part of the artistic life in that city, and they help the music from that part of Brazil to be even more beautiful. I want to thank: Daniel Ribeiro, Juliano Ferreira, Junior "Primata", Darlan Marley, Yury Antonioni, Antonio de Padua, Diogo Guanabara, Fidja Novaes, Valéria Oliveira, Samir Tarik, Ronaldo Freire, Eduardo Taufic, and last but not least Caio Padilha. Thank you all for making this possible! You gave wings to my imagination! I hope guys I can show here in Europe all the nice work you have done in "Painel"! I've also met amazing musicians in Austria who have refined my musical tastes and gifted me with a different sound. People also from diferent parts of Brazil and people from across Europe - Finland, Italy, Austria, Serbia, and Armenia – no matter the nation, they all made new "links" between different musical idioms on the CD "Painel". And they played well! They grooved on Bossa Nova, they brought Jazz, they played Capoeira and sang in Portuguese. I would also like to extend gratitude to these fine musicians: Tuomo Uusitalo, Nicolo Ravenni, Alberto Lovison, Peter Kaisa Josel, Anush Apoyan, Jelena Bukusic, Fernando Paiva, Daniel Lima, Daniela Lima, Felipe Oliveira and Valmir Lira. I hope to return in full all the help and goodwill you have given me! And for you, the listener, i present to you my new work, "Painel": a musical painting of my dreams, where the notes hold the brush and the chords add the color! I hope these colors bring you as much joy as they brought me! - "Marco Antonio da Costa"

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