Tadeu Coelho & Karen Thielen | Azules - Enchanting Latin Music For The Soul

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Azules - Enchanting Latin Music For The Soul

by Tadeu Coelho & Karen Thielen

Latin or Latin-influenced traditional and newly composed works beautifully arranged for flute and harp.
Genre: Latin: Brazilian Folk
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1. Oleaje
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2. Canto De Estio
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2:47 album only
3. Azules
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2:55 album only
4. REminiscencias
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2:48 album only
5. Poemeto
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2:59 album only
6. Margarida
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7. Amor Perdido
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8. Zinha
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3:15 album only
9. Perdoa-Me
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10. Tardes Em Lindoya
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11. Estrellita
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3:36 album only
12. La Paloma
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13. Quiubo Amigo
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14. Cancion De Los Dos
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15. Mil Noches
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16. Besame Mucho
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17. Cielito Lindo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Tadeu Coelho frequently appears as soloist, chamber musician, and master clinician throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas. He has performed as first solo flutist of the Santa Fe Symphony, Hofer Symphoniker in Germany, and the Spoleto Festival Orchestra in Italy, among others. Dr. Coelho is on the faculty of the North Carolina School of the Arts where he is also chair of the Woodwind Department. As a recipient of many awards and scholarships, (including those from the Rockefeller Foundation, Fideicomiso para la cultura México/EUA, USIA/Fulbright, LASPAU, and CAPES), Tadeu Coelho received his Doctor of Musical Arts from the Manhattan School of Music as a student of Julius Baker and Ransom Wilson. Started on the flute by his father, Coelho also studied with Keith Underwood, Thomas Nyfenger, Andrew Lolya, and Arthur Ephross. In his native Brazil, Coelho studied also with Spartacco Rossi, João Dias Carrasqueira, and Jean-Noel Sagaard. Mr. Coelho gave his New York recital debut at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in April of 1992. Tadeu Coelho is a recording artist. His solo CDs include: Nocturnes, Modernly Classic, Eighteenth-Century Flute Sonata, Life Drawing, ¡Rompe!, Flute Music from Brazil, and Flutists of the World. He also appears on Albany Records performing Villa-Lobos with his brother Ben and on 3 D Classics performing music by Thomas Delio. Dr. Coelho has published the complete works of Pattápio Silva and other pieces for flute as well as collections of daily exercises with accompanying CDs. Tadeu Coelho is a Miyazawa artist and performs on a platinum flute. For more information, please visit: www.tadeucoelho.com.

Karen Kirk Thielen began her professional career in 1980 as Principal Harp of the Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México, and after two seasons was invited to Houston, Texas where she performed as Second Harp of the Houston Symphony and Houston Grand Opera, and as Principal Harp of the Houston Pops Orchestra. Since returning home to California in 1986, Karen has worked with the San Francisco Symphony, Opera, and Ballet Orchestras, San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, and with the Carmel Bach Festival and the Mendocino and Cabrillo Music Festivals. She is Principal Harp of the Monterey Symphony and Opera San Jose, and is Second Harp with Symphony Silicon Valley, formerly the San Jose Symphony, where Karen was a member from 1986-2002. Karen is instructor of harp at both Santa Clara University and San Jose State University, coaches the harp section of the Peninsula Youth Orchestra, and maintains an active private teaching studio of children and adults. Her own studies were at the University of California at Santa Barbara, with summers at the Music Academy of the West, and continued in the graduate program at Boston University and the Tanglewood Institute, with renowned harpist Lucile Lawrence.


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Rodney Kirk

Azules
This album is a wonderfully soothing melding of flute and harp. The Latin theme is perfect and the artists are superb. I have purchased copies for dear friends and they all rave about the quality of the musical interpretations. I may buy more - the perfect gift.

Terry Hanson

Azules
This is truly a charming album of familiar & not-so-familiar latino easy-listening pieces performed by a pair of artists who undoubtedly play far more challenging music most of the time, yet here they express an ease & lack of pretension that is really nice.

Stephani Briscombe

Azules
A great CD to have while on a trip driving in the car or simply with which to unwind. I gave one to friends in Tuscon Arizona (musicians) and they loved it and they gave one to family in South America who also sent back their thoughts. Will try to put their e-mail into this:the disc of the harp and flute is BEAUTIFUL!! Thank you!! Yeka and little ones left yesterday for Bogotá. I'm sure Yeka will enjoy it also.