Allison Carvalho | Céu Aberto

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Céu Aberto

by Allison Carvalho

A surprisingly warm combination of classical and popular music from Brazil and Latin America featuring guitar solo and guitar, voice and percussion pieces.
Genre: Latin: Brazilian Pop
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1. Cielo Abierto
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5:28 album only
2. Laço
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2:11 album only
3. Baianas Em Movimento
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3:17 album only
4. Samba Quebrado
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2:58 album only
5. Eu Tenho Um Sol
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4:48 album only
6. Missão
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7. Menina Da Rosa
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8. Lamentos Do Morro
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3:32 album only
9. La Huida De Los Amantes Por El Valle De Los Ecos
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10. Campo
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11. O Choro De Juliana
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12. Como La Aurora
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Album Notes
Brazilian guitarist and singer, Allison Carvalho started playing the guitar at the age of 9. She was graduated in Music Education and Classical Guitar in Brazil and was personally influenced by some of the greatest classical and popular guitarists and composers such as Abel Carlevaro, Eduardo Issac, Kevin Gallagher, Paulo Bellinati, Marlos Nobre and Dori Caymmi. In Brazil, Allison performed mostly the classical repertoire. Living in New York since 2001, she currently plays a diversified repertoire blending influences from her classical background and from her passion for popular music. Her first album “Céu Aberto” (Open Sky) showcases some of her abilities as an interpreter and composer presenting a versatile selection of pieces that includes Latin and Brazilian music for solo guitar and for guitar, vocals and hand percussion.


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