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Joan Sanmarti

Collaborations with: Max Sunyer, Manel Camp, La Coral Cosmica, Cubik Quartet, Big Band De L’aula, Beboppourum, Santi Arisa i Lakatans,Barcelona Boulevard, Sisa, Santi Vendrell, Maria Del Mar Bonet, Hector Vila, David Lyme, Mili Bermejo, Koniec plus Big Ensemble Taller de Músics, Ze Eduardo, Agusti Fernandez, Xavier Maristany, Joan Saura, Laurent Philippe, Paolo Ghetti, Furio Di Castri, Massimo Manzi, Aldo Romano, Gringos, Kasper T. Toeplitz, John Zorn/COBRA, Orquestra Del Caos, Angel Pereira, Salvador Niebla, Acelino de Paula, Eugene Martynec, Carles Benavent, David Xirgu, Marc Parrot, Barcelona Ad Libitum, Carme Cuesta, 2impar, Dom Famularo, Marc Miralta, Omer Avital, Percussions de Barcelona, Alexis Cuadrado i Victor Prieto. Awards Album Joan Sanmarti “Inmersion“, Best Catalonian Jazz recording in 1988 by RNE3. Award Composer of Year (1996) by Associació de Músics de Jazz de Catalunya (Catalonian Jazz musicians association) . Works NYX (1995) for a wind quartet and computer system. I See Caos (1995-96) , work granted by L'Institut Universitari de l'Audiovisual /Fundació Phonos. 1ª Exposició (1996) for saxophone quartet. Xtrapolución #1 (1996) for tenor guitar, vibraphone, percussion and computer system. Xtrapolución #2 (1996) for chamber sextet. Rellotges Efimers (1997) for piano, acordion , vibraphone, synth - guitar and narrator. METRO L1 2a estació: S.Andreu (1997) for vibes, tenor guitar and electroacustic system METRO L1 3a estació: Catalunya (1997) per soprano sax, percussion ensemble and electroacustic system. METRO L1 4a estació: Sants (1997) per bass clarinet, percussion ensemble,synth-guitar and electroacustic system. Xtrapolución #3 (1997) for guitar and computer system. Dels Equilibris (1998) for percussion, accordion and cello. Xtrapolución #4 (1998) for guitar and computer system. Stratos 1 (1998) for electric guitar, percussion, brass quintet and computer system. Entre les cordes ( 1999 ) for cello, electric bass, double bass and guitar. Passadis (2000) ) for cello and computer system. Improvisacions amb La Historia d'un soldat d'Igor Stavinsky (2001). Cuina Selecta (2005) for quintet and three performers. Les Quatre portes de Fes (2006), for guitar, bass, percussion ensemble and computer system. Times Flies i Transformaciones (2009) vocal octet (commissioned for sculpture installation "Lamentations - Javier Perez") Setantacinc (2009) jazz septet

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Carles Benavent: Jazz, Flamenco and Blues

Read "Carles Benavent: Jazz, Flamenco and Blues" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Of all the instrumentalists in contemporary music, only a handful have become game changers. Jazz trumpet has Louis Armstrong, rock guitar has Jimi Hendrix, jazz saxophone has Charlie Parker. Flamenco bass guitar has Carles Benavent. Benavent's fluid, melodic and emotive style of playing is as beautiful as it is distinctive. Developed initially from a love of ...

1967

Label: Jazzgranollers records
Released: 2010

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44 de Gibraltar

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Label: Jazzgranollers records
Released: 2010
Duration: 08:32

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A traves de la pedra

Featuring the music of Joan Sanmarti
Duration: 8:53

Joan Sanmarti ensemble + Percussions de Barcelona Quatre Portes de Fes Festival Internacional de Guitarra de Roses (Girona - Spain, August 2007)
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He venido de muy lejos

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Label: New Mood Jazz Records
Released: 0
Duration: 9:53


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