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Antonio Serrano

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Antonio Serrano is a virtuoso of his instrument, one of the biggest names on the current Spanish jazz scene and one of the most sought after session musicians in the country. Endowed with an atonishing technical facility and deep theoretical knowledge, Serrano also shows an enormous musical versatility that is faithfully reflected in his long history of collaboration. His harmonica moves with equal ease in musical fields as far apart as jazz, flamenco, pop and classical. He has shared the stage with artists such as Barbara Hendricks and Placido Domingo, with countless Classical Orchestras in Europe, Wynton Marsalis, Lou Bennet, Toots Thielemans Vicente Amigo, Clarles Benavent and the great Paco de Lucia amongst many others.

Album

The Art Of Conversation

Label: Nardis Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Row On; The Art Of Conversation; Trying Times; Georgette; Song For A Sucker Like You.

Album

En Casa Limon

Label: S-Curve Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Guitar Confessions; Tom's Song; Saturday Morning Jig; Burlería; Nili’s Waltz; I'll Never Ride A Horse Again; Así Mi Corazón; Flor En Masada #3; Autumn Longing; Tears For Barcelona; Stolen Kiss #2; Too Old To Die Young #2

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Article: Album Review

BvR Flamenco Big Band: Luz de Luna

Read "Luz de Luna" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Luz de Luna is the second album by the BvR Flamenco Big Band, which is based in the Netherlands, and not, as might be assumed, in Spain. The band's Spanish roots are strong, however, as leader Bernard van Rossum (hence the name BvR) was born and raised in that country and has lived in the Netherlands ...


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