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The pieces on this album are partly standards from the Broadway repertoire like "Night & Day" or "But Beautiful". Others such as "Someday My Prince Will Come" or "Estate" were written later and became standards. Finally, the title "En La Orilla Del Mundo" comes from South American culture, to which I am very attached through my Hispanic roots. For me, these pieces have several points in common: strong and singular melodies, as well as harmonic frameworks that are sufficiently interesting and flexible to allow the jazzman that I am to express himself. My manner of interpreting these works is to stay quite close to the original composition, without artifice, while adding a personal touch.
The pieces on this album are partly standards from the Broadway repertoire like "Night & Day" or "But Beautiful". Others such as "Someday My Prince Will Come" or "Estate" were written later and became standards. Finally, the title "En La Orilla Del Mundo" comes from South American culture, to which I am very attached through my Hispanic roots. For me, these pieces have several points in common: strong and singular melodies, as well as harmonic frameworks that are sufficiently interesting and flexible to allow the jazzman that I am to express himself. My manner of interpreting these works is to stay quite close to the original composition, without artifice, while adding a personal touch.
725095382021
Andres Jimenez - Night & Day

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Format: CD
Label: TCB MUSIC
Rel. Date: 07/12/2024
UPC: 725095382021

Night & Day
Artist: Andres Jimenez
Format: CD
New: Available $17.99
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The pieces on this album are partly standards from the Broadway repertoire like "Night & Day" or "But Beautiful". Others such as "Someday My Prince Will Come" or "Estate" were written later and became standards. Finally, the title "En La Orilla Del Mundo" comes from South American culture, to which I am very attached through my Hispanic roots. For me, these pieces have several points in common: strong and singular melodies, as well as harmonic frameworks that are sufficiently interesting and flexible to allow the jazzman that I am to express himself. My manner of interpreting these works is to stay quite close to the original composition, without artifice, while adding a personal touch.
        
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