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by Coreto

Jazz with mediterranean influences written for a large ensemble of 11 elements of the new generation of Jazz musicians in from Oporto, Portugal
Genre: Jazz: Modern Big Band
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1. Kalenderi
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2. Satírico
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3. Ensaio Primeiro
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4. Corrente
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5. Aeroporto
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6. Danças a Leste
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“CORETO” is a group formed by 11 elements of the new generation of musicians based in Oporto - Portugal, whose individual activities are already recognized in the national jazz scene.
This group arises in the heart of “Porta-Jazz Association” with the aim of creating a "space" to explore and materialize an experimental and original repertoire, coming from various creative sources that emerge in Jazz in Portugal.

“Aljamia” is the startup of this project given trough the music of João Pedro Brandão that, after a study dedicated to the Mediterranean traditional music, explored elements and concepts related to it, without forgetting the reason that lead him to write this music - Jazz.

released 18 June 2012 by CARIMBO PORTA-JAZZ
All Songs Composed and Arranged by João Pedro Brandão

João Pedro Brandão – Alto Sax & Flute
José Pedro Coelho – Tenor Sax
Fernando Sanchez – Tenor Sax
Rui Teixeira – Baritone Sax
Ricardo Formoso – Trumpet
Susana Santos Silva – Trumpet
Daniel Dias – Trombone
Andreia Santos – Trombone
Alexandre Dahmen – Piano
José Carlos Barbosa – Double Bass
José Marrucho – Drums


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