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Gabriel Szternsztejn

by Gabriel Szternsztejn

A blend of jazz, tango, southamerican folk music and contemporary harmonies and rythms. With a mainly acoustic sound, and having the guitar as main overall voice, improvisation still retains an important place in this work
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tan Bien
5:12 $1.20
2. Dias de lluvia
4:40 $1.20
3. Trenes pasados
5:31 $1.20
4. El compartimiento
3:22 $1.20
5. El viento
5:41 $1.20
6. Tanto tiempo
4:42 $1.20
7. Una vez, una tarde
4:21 $1.20
8. Remar
4:31 $1.20
9. Farol
3:57 $1.20
10. Estrella de piedra
4:19 $1.20
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"Argentinean acoustic jazz guitarist Gabriel Szternsztejn is flat-out incredible. It's easy to hear from the first strains of the opening track "Tan Bien" that Szternsztejn enjoys teasing together complex polyrhythms with melodies that soar contagiously from the heart. He's been blessed to fall in with musical partners who share the talent to complete Szternsztejn's intricate musical vision...Many of Szternsztejn's compositions are characterized by dreamy open-string minor and modal reflections similar to the compositions of John Abercrombie and Ralph Towner, but often progress to become paradoxically inflected with a celebratory Brazilian exultation... Should the world be truly attuned to rewarding talent, Szternsztejn will be quickly known." (Alan Fark, "Minor 7th").

"Gabriel Szternsztejn is a bearer of the future of guitar playing roaming alongside the border regions of several musical geographies. Improvisational-minded music, as Szternsztejn produces here, immediately remits to jazz. There are, nevertheless, suggestive vistas from elsewhere such as Classical and European derived folk forms



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