Brasilian Music Treasure Hunt
-notes from a search for musical treasure from Brazil -a quest for insight and understanding with a tendency to lapse into compulsive shopping

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Miscelânea Vanguardiosa:
Miscelânea 16 - Luciana Souza - Instrumentista da Voz
Continuando a série "A Voz como Instrumento", neste programa vamos ouvir composições e interpretações dessa jovem cantora que certamente figura entre os grandes nomes do cenário mundial.

Jovino Santos Neto:
Jazz Camp West 2006
I just returned from a beautiful week teaching at Jazz Camp West, a gathering of about 320 musicians held each summer in La Honda, located in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California.
Batuki di Bangu
This video of the JSN Quinteto was shot in New York City in 2005 when we performed at the Chamber Music America Conference.
Hermeto Pascoal e Grupo - Peixinho
This is a rare film with Hermeto and Grupo playing the tune "Peixinho" circa 1985. The band is: Hermeto on electric grand piano, myself on flute, Carlos Malta on alto saxophone, Itiberê Zwarg on bass, marcio Bahia on drums and Pernambuco on percussion.
Hermeto Pascoal - Susto
I found this video of the Hermeto Pascoal Group performing at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1979. We are playing the frevo "Susto", from the "Zabumbê-Bum-á" record.

Jovino Santos Neto
Jovino Santos Neto played last night to an appreciative audience at The Montreal Bistro. The joy in the room was papable.

Jovino Santos: Brazilian Survival of the Hippest
Pianist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist Jovino Santos Neto falls into that select group of musicians who have a massive dose of talent and an original vision. A self-professed disciple of Hermeto Pascoal, with whom he played for 15 years, Santos Neto displays a similar angularity, rhythmic asymmetry, and combination of the traditional and the revolutionary.