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Emiliano Sampaio: Music for Large Ensembles Vol II

Read "Music for Large Ensembles Vol II" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Emiliano Sampaio is a guitarist from Brazil who is currently headquartered in Graz, Austria. His basic band is a three-piece unit called Meretrio which also serves as the foundation of a nonet he calls Mereneu Project. The tracks on this CD are music he has composed for different expanded versions of this large group, one with ...

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MINIATUREn

Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: 10

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Music for Large Ensembles Vol II

Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: For Astor; The Gard Nilssen Pattern; Afrika; Jet Lag; Naked Tree; Balada para Brumadinho; Mr. Tappler; Relax.

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Afrika

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Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 7:48

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Solo for Zagreb

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Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 7:12

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The Groove

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Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 6:43

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Music for Small and Large Ensembles

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Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 6:46

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Music for Small and Large Ensembles

Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Solo for Zagreb; Ist es Möglich; The Groove; Round Midnight; Islamwissenschaften; Liquid; Garden Sensibilities; Hessischer Waltz; Wedding; Helsinki; Red Eyes; Answer; Open Cold; Birds; Interpretation; O Golpe; The Reverb.

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Óbvio

Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2017

Album

Better Place

Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2017


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