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Amy Duncan and Brass Tacks

Amy Duncan is an American pianist, composer and arranger originally from New York, who lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She originally put her band, Brass Tacks, together in New York in 1984, where they played in various venues around the city for a number of years. Brass Tacks.is a 10-piece jazz ensemble consisting of two trumpets, two trombones, two euphoniums, a tuba, acoustic bass, piano and drums. They play only original music and arrangements by Amy, which could be described as based in jazz, but taking off in a number of different directions, including samba, bossa nova, funk, salsa, Middle Eastern and African

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Passarinho do Mato (Bird of the Jungle)

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Label: Independent Records
Released: 2002
Duration: 05:08


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