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Thomas Clausen: Brazilian Quartet

Read "Brazilian Quartet" reviewed by Jim Josselyn


The rhythms of Latin music have crossed many cultural and geographic borders. Throughout history the Latin influence has made a strong mark on classical, jazz, pop, rock and a variety of world music. German pianist and composer Thomas Clausen puts his hand in the pot with his latest effort, “Brazilian Quartet".

The set opens with “The Old Man In The Midnight Sea", a frantic, playful romp through the tides - sort of like ‘70’s Chick Corea with a sense of ...


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