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Brouwer: The Book of Signs - Bellinati: Concerto Caboclo

Brasil Guitar Duo, Delaware Symphony Orchestra, David Amado

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The Book of Signs  
1.1
I. The Signs of Memory. Theme & Variations
Leo Brouwer; Brasil Guitar Duo; Delaware Symphony Orchestra; David Amado
15:40
1.2
II. Variaciones sobre un tema sentimental
Leo Brouwer; Brasil Guitar Duo; Delaware Symphony Orchestra; David Amado
13:49
1.3
III. Allegro
Leo Brouwer; Brasil Guitar Duo; Delaware Symphony Orchestra; David Amado
15:21
Concerto Caboclo  
1.4
I. Toada. Andante, quasi andantino
Paulo Bellinati; Brasil Guitar Duo; Delaware Symphony Orchestra; David Amado
8:03
1.5
II. Moda di viola. Adagio
Paulo Bellinati; Brasil Guitar Duo; Delaware Symphony Orchestra; David Amado
5:49
1.6
III. Ponteado. Vivo
Paulo Bellinati; Brasil Guitar Duo; Delaware Symphony Orchestra; David Amado
5:22
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:04
Classical guitarists have admired and idolized the compositional output from one of the foremost Latin American composers, Leo Brouwer. The Brasil Guitar Duo takes on this massive project to celebrate the Brazilian rhythms and majestic melodies all to pay tribute to their country's music.
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