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Natalio Nangalavite & Martin Bruhn | Juego

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Simple melodies and harmonies, elaborated with passion and deep feelings. Ancient songs, little-known rhythms, give those who listen to "JUEGO" a feeling of "sound embrace" that is good for the soul.

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Juego; simple melodies and harmonies

Elaborated with passion and deep feelings. Ancient songs, little-known rhythms, give those who listen to "JUEGO" a feeling of "sound embrace" that is good for the soul.

Natalio and Martin

Fraternal friends, they play. Is there anything more beautiful than listening or seeing someone play and have fun? A CD that tells how much more there is in Argentina besides tango, rediscovering the national culture through that folk music that creates a bridge between Argentina and the rest of Latin America.

His Sicilian roots pushed him to visit Italy, a country in which he will stay until today. A country in which he has been working and living since 1985, based in Rome. He has played and arranged for the singer Ornella Vanoni for more than twenty years. He has worked on television and played in orchestras. Numerous collaborations in both pop and jazz including Javier Girotto, Peppe Servillo, Fabrizio Bosso, Alfredo Paixao, Martìn Bruhn, Carlos Buschini, Avion Travel, Michele Ascolese, Paolo Fresu, Barbara Casini, Fabio Concato, Monica Demuru and many others.

Special guest

Paolo Fresu, who intervenes with his flugelhorn in the song "Rosa Rosa", perfectly integrating his art with the duo. A record made with love: wanted and earned.

Natalio Nangalavite

Pianist, percussionist, singer, arranger and composer. Latin jazz, pop, ethnofolk and electronics. Born in Cordoba, Argentina, of Sicilian origin, son of art (both parents pianists), he studied singing and music in his city and classical piano at the Conservatory. (Cultural information)

He left his home country in 1982 in search of new horizons of life and sound. Before arriving in Italy, he stopped In Rio de Janeiro, place in which he understood that his "Latinity" could support him even outside South America and consequently decided to arrive in Europe. He lived in Madrid and Las Palmas where he studied and worked with local musicians in the Compañía Canaria de teatro. A short stop also in Senegal where he studied Afro percussion.

Martin Bruhn

Born in Cordoba, Argentina in 1976, as a child he studied drums and percussion with Fernando Caballero. In 1998, he arrived in New York to study with Satoshi Takeishi and Portiniho. In 2001, he moved to Madrid where he currently lives. (Altre informazioni).

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