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Description: There exist two french records also as MC with the same number, one has gatefoldcover. The french reissue cd is a digipack with a page-booklet in french and english by Dominique Dreyfus. Style: Own compositions mixed with well-known romantic baroque and standard themes. The Baden of later times is also on this early record: his love to Bach and his special guitar sound.
Last page update: August Comments:. The sound of the original record was never the best. To much bad re-printings exist and circled around on vinyl and also on cd. The begin of a much better sound was the japanese cd release in and the new release in to the fifth anniversary of Badens passing.
Both cds are ways to rediscover this album, which has a exotic mix of brazilian and european compositions. The new french cd is a digipack with a page-booklet with three pictures. The japanese edition POCJ includes the complete cover, but not the linernotes.
Pictures of his second arrival in Paris would be better: a Brazilian carrying a musical world in his guitarcase. We thank our friends Jerome Outhier France for his gift and french translation of the linernotes and Robert G. Germany for his english translation. And Horst for his scans of the japanese cd. This music only asks, as Brazil, for regognition and love. From African rythms to his personal perceiving of classical european composers, and through delicate reminiscence of melodies from the Antilles, to negro american jazz accents: BP reminds all these influences on his guitar.
He's 27 years old. Born in Rio. He played since 8 y. After having studied in Rio academy, where he improved his style and learned composition, he started like many other, in clubs with little rythmic entities. After some concerts in the Village Vanguard, his friend and poet Vinicius de Moraes made him come to Paris in the late of He gave recitals and tv shows: Living room, musicorama etc Asked for his guitaristic influences he answers: Segovia, Van Eps, Django are people that are part of the musical world i love.
With this record you'll be able to discover samples from this musical universe. Afterwards he recorded the melody. The choro which was originally an improvisation over folkoric patterns, turns here into a guitar piece. The metronome replaces the whole rythm section. Fitting perfectly with this souless rythm, BP shows here its astounding technique. This is a dance which partly look like wrestle, and is done by Nordeste youth, especially in the Bahia area.
It is undoubtly of African inspiration. Baden plays the first which is in turn played by the orchestra. Then the guitar plays the second theme, and then the two parts are played together, and taken by cello and Francoise Waleh's voice. Bach in mind. Baden takes it as a basis for a free improvisation, with a complete command on the instrument.
There exist two french records also as MC with the same number, one has gatefoldcover. Own compositions mixed with well-known romantic baroque and standard themes.
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