New Yor-Uba : 30 years : a musical celebration of Cuba in America /

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Author / Creator:Rosewoman, Michele, composer, arranger of music, musician, singer.
Imprint:[United States] : Advance Dance Disques, [2013]
℗2013
Description:2 audio discs ; digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Language:Spanish
English
Subject:Popular music -- 2011-2020.
Folk music -- Cuba.
Jazz -- 2011-2020.
Latin jazz.
Folk music.
Jazz.
Latin jazz.
Popular music.
Cuba.
Format: CD Audio Music recording
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11719102
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Varying Form of Title:30 years : a musical celebration of Cuba in America
Other authors / contributors:New Yor-Uba (Musical group), performer.
Sound characteristics:digital optical
Digital file characteristics:audio file CD audio
Notes:Title from disc label.
Compact discs.
Pedrito Martinez, lead vocals, bata, congas ; Freddie Hendrix, trumpet, flugelhorn ; Oliver Lake, soprano and alto saxophones, flute ; Mike Lee, tenor saxophone, flute ; Vincent Gardner, trombone ; Howard Johnson, baritone saxophone, tuba ; Michele Rosewoman, piano, Rhodes, vocals ; Yunior Terry, acoustic bass ; Adam Cruz, drums ; Roman Diaz, bata, congas, vocals ; Abraham Rodriguez, bata, vocals, clave ; Daniel Carbonell, bata, shaker ; Nina Rodriguez, additional vocals ; Chanell Crichlow, additional tuba.
Sung in Spanish.
Summary:Michele Rosewoman pushes the envelope at the outer limits of jazz improvisation while keeping firmly rooted in both jazz and centuries-old Afro-Cuban folkloric tradition. Widely credited as being one of the first composers to synthesize sacred Cuban folkloric music with a thoroughly contemporary jazz concept, Rosewoman's magnum opus, double-CD set is the realization of a distinct creative vision 30 years in the making.
Standard no.:884501954204
Publisher's no.:AD0354 Advance Dance Disques

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