JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809) Symphonie...
Les danses hongroises transcrites pour violoncelle et piano par Alfredo...
Maracangalha (Dorival Caymmi)
Céu e mar (Johny Alf)
Radamès y Pelé (Guinga-Tapajos)
Zanzibar (Edu Lobo)
Rapaz de bem (Johny Alf)
Jorge do fusa (Garto Anibal A. Sardinha)
Alegria de viver (Liuz Eça)
Brigas munca mais (A. Carlos Jobim)
Di Menor (Guinga-Tapajos)
Lula Galvao, guitare
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Lulas way to perform music is quite unique. No matter which style or rhythm, he enriches the music with his inspired arrangements and style of performance, thereby adding that certain something which makes all the difference. The repertoire of the album ‘Alegria de Viver’ is a true ear-candy. It combines technical perfection with an excellent taste of music. His interpretation of Brazilian classics are elegant and creative, in a sophisticated way simple but still unique. On ‘Alegria de Viver’ the music of the dark-skinned Brazil finds an expression, with an added touch of cheerfulness paired with a whiff of yearning. Without losing its Brazilian roots, the recording also incorporates inspirations from the world of international jazz.
He began his career in Brasília, Federal District with singer Rosa Passos and later worked as an arranger and performer on several of her several albums. He performed with Ivan Lins at concerts in the United States (Hollywood Bowl, Blue Note Jazz Club, San Francisco Jazz Festival, Clifford Brown Jazz Festival) and in Japan. With Guingahe performed at the Festival of the Guitar (Córdoba, Spain), with the Los Angeles Philharmonic (Disney Hall) with Vince Mendoza, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington D.C.), Spivey Hall (Georgia), HotHouse jazz club (Chicago), with Rosa Passos at the jazz festival in Berne, Switzerland, and with cellist Jaques Morelenbaum in Europe. He has also performed with Helio Alves, Paquito D'Rivera, Claudio Roditi, and Raul de Souza. He has recorded with Chico Buarque, Chano Dominguez, Frank Gambale, Leila Pinheiro, Kenny Rankin, Henri Salvador, and Wagner Tiso. In Guitar Player magazine of Brazil, he was voted one of the ten most popular guitarists in Brazil.