Mélodie Gimard - Numen (2020) [World Fusion, Ethnic Jazz]; FLAC (tracks)

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Mélodie Gimard - Numen (2020) [World Fusion, Ethnic Jazz]; FLAC (tracks)

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Artist: Mélodie Gimard
Album: Numen
Genre: World Fusion, Ethnic Jazz
Label: One World Records
Released: 2020
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Tracklist:
  1. Numen 06:53
  2. Vida mía (Guajiras) 05:36
  3. Qué Sería? 05:07
  4. Cayó al suelo (Farruca) parte 1 04:15
  5. Deja vivir (Farruca) parte 2 04:09
  6. Laberinto (Buleria) 06:34
  7. Ideas sin palabras (Alegrias) 06:43
  8. Glosa a Caracol (Zambra) 05:00
  9. Zaïda (Romance) 04:00
  10. De bronce, homenaje a Moraito (Soleá) 06:56

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    Personnel:
  • Mélodie Gimard : Piano, Vocal & Pads
  • Matias López Expósito : Vocal
  • Ana Brenes : Vocal
  • Naike Ponce : Vocal
  • Alfredo Tejada : Vocal
  • El Chozas de Jerez : Vocal
  • Jairo Cabrera : Trumpet & Flute
  • Carlos Sarduy : Trumpet
  • Nicolas Felices : Bass
  • Agusti Espin : Bass
  • NeneMaya Upright : Bass
  • Pablo Gomez Molina : Percusión
  • Frank Durand : Drums & Roland spdx
  • Jesus Campos : Palmas
  • Marc López : Palmas

The French pianist Mélodie Gimard composed, produced & arranged her debut album NUMEN. On her original project she blends flamenco with jazz and classical music with a contemporary approach.

NUMEN is the force that pushes an artist when creating an idea used to determine a reality. It can be objects, people, feelings. Through this album, Mélodie Gimard translates the different Numen’s that have inspired her music, by telling her own story through a hybrid of Classical music with the contemporary. She expresses the tradition and language from Flamenco, seen from a new spontaneously and transgressive angle. In her compositions we find influences from both the deepest Flamenco and current artists. Chozas de Jerez, Manolo Caracol, Moraíto, Bebo Valdés, Ibrahim Maalouf or Tigran Hamasyan, all are part of the heterogeneous creative Numen of Mélodie Gimard.

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