Archangel Raphael | Bossa Roccoca

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Latin: Brazilian Jazz Jazz: Bossa Nova Moods: Mood: Dreamy
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Bossa Roccoca

by Archangel Raphael

The gentle lyricism of single note piano melodies set against jazzy orchestral string harmonies and bossa nova rythms will evoke memories of Jobim and Debussy simultaneously. Forget your troubles in the timeless music of Archangel Raphael!
Genre: Latin: Brazilian Jazz
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The Gentle lyricism of single note piano melodies set against a lush background of jazz harmonies and bossa nova rythms will evoke memories of both Antonio Carlos Jobim and Claude Debussy. From the beginning there is a strong interplay between piano and flute that leads into a more extended piano solo section, never straying from its single note style. The asymmetry of design is what gives the piece its name for "Roccoco artists opted for a more jocular, florid and graceful approach, making strong use of creamy, pastel-like colors and asymmetrical designs" - Wikipedia. The light, airy, almost pastoral feel of this music will evoke the sound of bossa nova chamber music as it might have been played during the roccoco period of 18th century Europe.


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