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Mozar Terra


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Mozar Terra (1950 - 2006), composer, arranger and pianist, released “Caderno de Composição”, the first CD in his own name, in 2001 - a gifted work where he shows all the originality of his strongly Brazilian approach. Having played with famous musicians as Milton Banana, Caetano Veloso and Lucio Alves in Brazil, he lived in Paris where he played at many jazz clubs, recorded two albums with drummer Nene (“Ponto dos Músicos” and “Minuano”) and joined Joyce’s European Tour. Later in Denmark, he gave various workshops at the Danish Jazz Center, as well as at the Rotterdams Conservatorium in Holland, and also toured with drummer Edson Machado (“Edson Machado e Boa Nova”), with whom he traveled to USA. Back in Brazil, already known and respected for his work, he was invited to participate in the Project “Tom Brasil” touring all the country and recording the CD “Quarteto Livre” with Sizão Machado (bass), Teco Cardoso (saxes/flutes) and Tutty Moreno (drums)


Caderno de Composição

Label: Maritaca
Released: 2001


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