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Ritmo - The Chick Corea Symphony Tribute
Artist: Emilio Solla
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 09/29/2023
UPC: 5054197159701

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1. Spain
2. Children's Song No.1
3. Love Castle
4. Crystal Silence (Vocal Version)
5. Pixieland Rag
6. Leprechaun's Dream
7. My Spanish Heart
8. Children's Song No.14
9. Armando's Rhumba
10. Medley: Children's Song No.6 ; No.20
11. El Bozo (Pt. II)

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THE CHICK COREA SYMPHONY TRIBUTE. RITMO was recorded live back in July 2021 at the ADDA Auditorium in Alicante (Spain) during the FIJAZZ Festival.Conceived and produced by conductor/drummer JOSEP VICENT, ADDA Symphony Orchestra's Music Director, with arrangements by Latin Grammy Award Winner pianist and composer Emilio Solla, RITMO is a celebration of Chick Corea's music and it's tremendous influence in contemporary Jazz and it's fusion with Latin music. Featuring 5 times Grammy Award & 14 times Latin Grammy Award winner saxophonist PAQUITO D'RIVERA and flamenco singer and saxophonist ANTONIO LIZANA, RITMO is created for a full 80 piece Symphony Orchestra and jazz trio to produce "One of the most magnificent musical sounds that has ever existed" in the words of Chick Corea himself about Symphony Orchestras.12 among the most iconic and remembered pieces of Corea's immense production are revisited, reconceived and exalted through the impressive sonority of The ADDA Symphony Orchestra of Spain and the inspiration of the extraordinary soloists.Paquito de Rivera said about the project: "We all love Chick's music, so the impeccable arranging work of Emilio, the quality and dedication of a very young and talented orchestra and conductor, plus the typical enthusiasm of the Spanish people at a magnificent auditorium, worked all to our advantage."

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