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Talismã

by Mark Duggan

Instrumental samba, bossa nova and choro with touches of jazz, on vibraphone, guitar, bass and accordion.
Genre: Brazilian: Chorinho
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1. Chorinho Na Gafieira
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2. Irresoluto
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3. Triste
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4. Above the Rain
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5. Shifting Sands
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6. Vé Se Gostas
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7. Receita de Samba
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8. Cochichando
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9. Samba Des Nues
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10. Choro de Juliana
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Talismã is a new recording project from vibraphonist Mark Duggan, rooted in the Brazilian styles of samba, bossa nova and choro. Joined by Louis Simão (bass and accordion) and Marco Tulio (violão), Talismã creates elegant and intimate chamber music with flourishes of jazz and samba suingue. Together, this trio of musicians performs lush and spacious arrangements of Brazilian classics as well as original compositions from the new CD "Talismã", creating a truly sophisticated listening experience.

Duggan and Simão have appeared together in various Brazilian music contexts across Canada including performances with guitarist/composer Guinga, cavaquinho master Henrique Cazes, guitarist Wagner Petrilli and vocalist Pedro Quental. For ten years Duggan was musical director of the Brazilian jazz group Vuja dé, while Simão currently leads his own ensemble performing all original material. Guitarist Marco Tulio from Fortaleza, Brazil, has more than 30 years experience in the genres of samba, bossa nova, choro and baião. Marco performs regularly in Brazil and Canada with a variety of singers and instrumentalists including the group O Povo, Fernando Néri, Lucia Menezes and Ricardo Black. He also performs with the group Mistura Brasileira with Moacir Bede and Nilton Fiore, and as a guitar duo with Marcos Maia.


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