Rosa Passos Quartet
Discos: MPB / Jazz
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|Estilo||MPB / Jazz|
|Año de Edición Original||2021|
Rosa Passos (voz, guitarra acústica)
Fabio Torres (piano), Paulo Paulelli (contrabajo), Celso de Almeida (batería).
Grabado "ao vivo" en el Copenhagen Jazzhouse, en Copenhague (Dinamarca), el 7 de julio de 2001.
Grabación inédita registrada en vivo durante la gira del verano europeo de 2001. En espléndida forma, la gran cantante, guitarrista y compositora bahiana interpreta un repertorio con mayoría de composiciones de Dorival Caymmi, no en vano había lanzado su disco "Canta caymmi" pocos meses antes.
"Rossa Passos is considered one of the most important and loved Brazilian singers. Many music fans view her as the queen of modern bossa nova and samba, and she’s equally loved in South America, Japan, USA and Europe. Whether she’s playing with Kenny Barron or Yo Yo Ma she easily sells out Carnegie Hall in New York. She also enjoys touring with her quartet at jazz festivals and jazz clubs around Europe.
Rosa Passos is part of the golden generation of Brazilan musicians that includes Joao Bosco, Joyce Moreno, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, Maria Bethania, Milton Nascimento, Ivan Lins and many other great artists. Rosa Passos is especially loved for her elegance and soft touch. Her musicality is an inspiration to singers all over the world.
Her music speaks to everyone, you don’t need to know about jazz or music to understand and enjoy, there is something universal to her vocal and approach that instantly makes the listener go along on the journey Rosa sets out for. It’s always beautiful and if you close your eyes you can feel the Brasilian soul and see the beaches for your inner eyes.
On July 7th, 2001 Rosa Passos played two sets at the famous Copenhagen Jazzhouse, one of the best jazz clubs in Europe for more than 25 years. The concerts took place as part of a bigger summer tour of Europe, with Rosa Passos playing all the important jazz festivals. In 2001 she was still unknown to the audience in Copenhagen, but Steen Rasmussen, a Danish pianist who was there,"