The Luis D'elias Ensemble | Orígenes y Destinos

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Orígenes y Destinos

by The Luis D'elias Ensemble

Orígenes y Destinos is a musical journey that showcases the rhythms and sounds of South America as experienced through a blend of traditions and contemporary genres like jazz, rock and pop.
Genre: World: South American
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1. Vientos del Sur
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2. Noches de Lluvia
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3. Onda
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4. Dance, You're On Tv!
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5. Descendant
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6. Merengue Pa'l Camino
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7. Curiara al Mar
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8. Orígenes y Destinos
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9. Tiembla Tierra, Pt. I
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10. Tiembla Tierra, Pt. II
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Where Venezuelan merengue meets jazz and joropo meets rock, that's the crossroad that defines Orígenes y Destinos. A musical journey across a wide range of styles and genres, all anchored by the rhythms and traditions of Venezuela.

The album is the musical representation of the way we all change during our lifetime although our essence remains the same throughout. Venezuela has a rich history of music influenced by afro-cuban rhythms, european traditions and native Venezuelan instrumentation and folklore. Nonetheless, this history is ever changing, and with this album we embrace the new influences of rock, jazz and contemporary aesthetics into this vast tradition, carving a new transformation, while at the same time honoring the essence of this music. The album is all about the bridge between the origins and the destinations, whether it is from Caracas to New York, past and future or joropo and rock. Let this music start you on a new journey through the lands of joropo and merengue, and see if you find yourself transformed, just as we have when crafting this music.

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Natalia Cataldo

Espectacular
Espectacular interpretación de joven talento venezolano, se ve que dedico todo su esfuerzo por demostrar el talento que lleva adentro. Felicitaciones Luis que sigan los éxitos. Recomendado infinitamente %
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Matthew Shell

Tight musicianship
This is an amazingly orchestrated album. The musicianship is tight, the arrangements are soulful and beautiful, and the direction of the album focuses primarily on instrumental music, which I love. There are two tracks that feature female vocal performances and Spanish, and those are beautiful as well. However the moments where all of the instruments play together show a very unique, tasteful, artsy and wonderful spin on Latin music. If I had to pick a standout set of tracks it would be the last two pieces of the album. These two tracks combine to make an epic finale to the album. This project is a must listen.
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