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Yehuda Glantz Come Back – fusion judia latino jazz

by yossi December 12, 2010

Composed, Performed and Produced by Yehuda Glantz
Avi Adrian on Piano – Oran Ben Avi Tenor Saxophone – Shai Chamani Bass -
Alon Yafe Percussion -Barak Aharon Drums – Rafael Barkatz 2nd saxophone
The composition was originally created in 1980 in tel aviv israel
and re-arranged for a cultural social event in 2004 describing the transitions of a retrospective eclectic repertoire of 24 years of Yehuda Glantz composition.
One of its events in Israel featured Yehuda Glantz and his seven piece band accompanied by the Israel Symphony Orchestra as an ensemble of 82 top performing musicians on stage.
This NOMADE is a collection of Spanish and Hebrew songs adapted to creating a symphony for our times fusing together traditional melodies and original instrumental compositions done to new arrangements, as well as Israeli cultural contemporary soul music with rhythms and instruments from South America.
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/yehudadvd
all the very best from the Jerusalem Music Network

yossi
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