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by Alejandro Florez & Tibagui

We are three unique acoustic guitars plus drums, bass, clarinet and flute, playing music rich in danceable rhythms, elaborate melodies and sophisticated harmonies, based on Colombian tradition but injected with improvisation and interaction.
Genre: World: South American
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1. Machuqueros
Tibaguí
4:51 $0.99
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2. Danza Nublada
Tibaguí
3:42 $0.99
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3. Cansao
Tibaguí
2:48 $0.99
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4. Pájaro Nocturno
Tibaguí
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5. Añoranza
Tibaguí
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6. El Retrato
Tibaguí
7:59 $0.99
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7. Reguero
Tibaguí
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8. Flores Secas
Tibaguí
3:49 $0.99
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9. Que Aúllen Los Perros
Tibaguí
4:59 $0.99
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10. Mis Secretos
Tibaguí
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TIBAGUI

Tibaguí Trio, a group developed in New York by guitarist and composer Alejandro Flórez, started out as a project to perform the subtle, expressive music written for the Colombian guitar trio. The ensemble of bandola (relative of the mandolin), tiple (resembling the Cuban tres) and guitar has been for many generations the standard of the music in the Andes of Colombia. Bambuco, guabina, pasillo, danza and marcha are some of the danceable grooves played in the country’s mountainous regions. The music of Tibagui is directly related to this rich legacy made up of Indigenous, African and European elements.

Tibaguí is now redefining its musical heritage. In its expanded version, the group features the three guitars alongside the sophisticated sounds of clarinet, flute, double bass and percussion. The group performs an all-original repertoire made up of refined compositions, most of which include improvisation as a fundamental element. The band members, well- versed in jazz and different Latin American genres, bring together their experiences to tell an exciting story of tradition and innovation.

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