Jardim Abandonado - Sergio & Odair Assad


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  • ASIN: B000UKW4ZO
Binding: Audio CD
CatalogNumberList:
  • CatalogNumberListElement= 7559799710
  • Creator:
  • 0= Claude Debussy
  • 1= George Gershwin
  • 2= Adam Guettel
  • 3= Antonio Carlos Jobim
  • 4= Darius Milhaud
  • 5= Clarice Assad
  • 6= Odair Assad
  • 7= Sergio Assad
  • EAN: 0075597997101
    EANList:
  • EANListElement= 0075597997101
  • ItemDimensions:
  • Height= 50
  • Length= 500
  • Weight= 22
  • Width= 575
  • Label: Nonesuch
    Manufacturer: Nonesuch
    MPN: 075597997101
    NumberOfDiscs: 1
    NumberOfItems: 1
    PackageDimensions:
  • Height= 50
  • Length= 560
  • Weight= 20
  • Width= 500
  • PackageQuantity: 1
    PartNumber: 075597997101
    ProductGroup: Music
    ProductTypeName: ABIS_MUSIC
    PublicationDate: 2007-09-18
    Publisher: Nonesuch
    ReleaseDate: 2007-09-18
    Studio: Nonesuch
    Title: Jardim Abandonado - Sergio & Odair Assad
    UPC: 075597997101
    UPCList:
  • UPCListElement= 075597997101
  • Product Description

    For their seventh Nonesuch album, Jardim Abandonado (Abandoned Garden), the guitar-playing duo of Sergio and Odair Assad offer a collection of tracks culled from the duo s performance repertoire of the last decade. The album will released September 18, 2007. The duo will tour the U.S. this fall, and also play a series of dates with their sister Badi Assad, guitars /vocals; Romero Lubambo, acoustic jazz guitar; and Celso Machado, percussion /vocals as part of the Brazilian Guitar Festival
    (complete itinerary below). The Assad brothers, who ve played together for more than 40 years, have been acclaimed by critics around the world for the extraordinary range of their repertoire, for Sergio s innovative arrangements and transcriptions, and for the unique nature of the brothers musical interplay. As the Los Angeles Times once put it, their work together is so precise,
    so perfectly synchronized that it reaches far beyond musical partnership into a kind of creative symbiosis. The Washington Post
    took that praise one step further, calling the Assads the best two-guitar team in existence, maybe even in history.