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Travesia: Canciones de Latinoamerica

by Prisca y Marieva Davila

It is the second album together of the outstanding pianists, Venezuelan singers and composers Prisca and Marieva Dávila, where they interpret themes of their authorship and a selection of emblematic songs of diverse countries of America. The Dávila sisters have developed a musical language that fuses jazz, flamenco, Venezuelan and classical music and in this album also incorporate other genres such as pop, rock, bolero, ballad, latin jazz, tango and bossanova. The album has the participation of excellent Venezuelan musicians.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. El Día Que Me Quieras (A 4 Manos)
5:02 $0.99
2. Estoy Aquí (feat. Eduardo Davila & Alejandro Zavala)
3:38 $0.99
3. Samba de Verao
3:47 $0.99
4. Subversivos (feat. Gabriel Davila & Alejandro Zavala)
4:26 $0.99
5. Amanecí Otra Vez (feat. Leonte Ortega)
4:01 $0.99
6. Bulerieva (feat. Goyo Reyna, Luisa Ocque, Leonte Ortega & Tex Vocal)
3:36 $0.99
7. Nueve Meses
5:27 $0.99
8. La Flor de la Canela
5:04 $0.99
9. Pikitango
5:29 $0.99
10. Bolero de la Despedida (feat. Eric Chacon & Alejandro Zavala)
4:21 $0.99
11. Lágrimas Negras (A 4 Manos) [feat. Goyo Reyna]
3:06 $0.99
12. Manteca (A 4 Manos) [feat. GGerardo Rosales]
4:37 $0.99
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Album Notes
The sisters Dávila, Prisca, pianist, singer and composer and Marieva, pianist, composer, singer and bailaora, fuse the charm of classical music, the harmonization and improvisation of jazz and the enchantment of flamenco with Venezuelan music.

Since 2010 they have developed the project together "Un piano, dos hermanas" in which they play four hands music and with Prisca on piano and Marieva as bailaora, they interpret themes that fuse Venezuelan rhythms with jazz and flamenco.Prisca and Marieva, have a wide academic formation, both are graduates of piano in the conservatory with the teacher María Auxiliadora Diaz, students of Marisela Leal in the singing and disciples of the teacher Gerry Weil. They also have university degrees, Prisca holds a degree in history and Marieva, a social communicator.
Important exponents of music in the country, such as Aldemaro Romero, Gerry Weil, Eddy Marcano, Ilan Chester, have praised the recordings as soloists of both artists. Marieva recorded in 2010 her album "Piano round and round" and Prisca has 5 albums "Piano Jazz Venezolano II" (2011), "Piano in Venezuelan song II" (2009), "Piano En Canto Venezolano" (2007) "Estoy Aquí" (2005) and "Piano jazz Venezolano" (2003). Throughout their careers they have been recognized by the media and the public in various venues in Venezuela, the United States, Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, the Czech Republic, Korea, Great Bretaña etc
The Dávila sisters have also recorded together two albums, the first "Un piano, dos hermanas" (2014), awarded in Venezuela as "Best classic record of the year" at the Pepsi Music Awards 2015 and recently released their new album "Travesía "Songs of Latin America (2017), in which they interpret themes of his authorship and a selection of emblematic songs of diverse countries of America



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