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Sentimentale is a celebration of great music from around the world chosen by one of the greatest virtuoso talents to ever play the accordion. With his first new jazz album in 5 years, Galliano returns with a remarkable rhythm section and a recording that celebrates deep musical traditions. "Richard Galliano has been a wild card in jazz over the last 25 years. He's a virtuoso whose musicianship is complete within itself, almost orchestral; he barely needs anyone or anything else, a bandleader or body of songs, to carry out his vision. He can be dazzling with the simplest tune or the most complex."- the New York Times.
Sentimentale is a celebration of great music from around the world chosen by one of the greatest virtuoso talents to ever play the accordion. With his first new jazz album in 5 years, Galliano returns with a remarkable rhythm section and a recording that celebrates deep musical traditions. "Richard Galliano has been a wild card in jazz over the last 25 years. He's a virtuoso whose musicianship is complete within itself, almost orchestral; he barely needs anyone or anything else, a bandleader or body of songs, to carry out his vision. He can be dazzling with the simplest tune or the most complex."- the New York Times.
724101249327

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Format: CD
Label: RNCE
Rel. Date: 09/30/2014
UPC: 724101249327

Sentimentale
Artist: Richard Galliano
Format: CD
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Sentimentale is a celebration of great music from around the world chosen by one of the greatest virtuoso talents to ever play the accordion. With his first new jazz album in 5 years, Galliano returns with a remarkable rhythm section and a recording that celebrates deep musical traditions. "Richard Galliano has been a wild card in jazz over the last 25 years. He's a virtuoso whose musicianship is complete within itself, almost orchestral; he barely needs anyone or anything else, a bandleader or body of songs, to carry out his vision. He can be dazzling with the simplest tune or the most complex."- the New York Times.
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