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Gaua

by Mikel Azpiroz

A minimalistic solo piano album, gliding above 19th-century impressionism, gospel and blues.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Eulieta
2:55 $1.20
2. Gaueko Arimak
6:26 $1.20
3. Agur Hank
5:00 $1.20
4. Sararen Dantza
5:01 $1.20
5. Galdera Zirkularra
4:08 $1.20
6. Etxean
2:44 $1.20
7. Sugaar
5:19 $1.20
8. Haustura
2:58 $1.20
9. Trenbidea
3:08 $1.20
10. Jolasean
2:05 $1.20
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Travel and music are the pillars of Mikel Azpiroz’s (San Sebastián, 1971) life. He started playing piano when he began receiving education in classical music when he was six years old, and at a very early age he was already carefully listening to everything that came out of his family’s record player, being especially excited about African-American music. The sound of the Hammond B3 organ won him over, and he founded Elkano Browning Cream, the group with which he develops his creativity through rhythm. His versatility with the piano and organ makes him a musician that is sought after for outside projects. As the duality of travel and music feed off of each other (Australia, USA, Nigeria, China, Ecuador, India…), he continues to create a diverse and distinct musical personality that generally falls somewhere between more rhythmic jazz, blues, and other genres of music from all over the world.

Mikel Azpiroz discovers his more personal and intimate side with the compositions on his album "Gaua". Here he plays with space, silence, melody and tempo elasticity in the mysterious world that arises from the resonances of the piano and transports us to an environment of night where invisible souls can be felt. The songs are slow and minimalistic, gliding above 19th-century impressionism, gospel and blues.

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