5 Songs in 5 Genres: Latin

The second chapter of my journey, a blend of south american and caribbean flavors.

Today marks the release of the second chapter of “5 Songs in 5 Genres,” and this time we’re diving into the captivating world of Latin music. Prepare to embark on a 20-minute musical journey that brings together the best of what I’ve learned over the years.

In this meticulously crafted compilation, I’ve drawn inspiration from the masters of piano, including the likes of Olegario Diaz, Tania Maria, and Otmaro Ruiz. Their virtuosity and passion have greatly influenced my work, and you’ll feel their presence in every note.

But that’s not all—prepare to be enchanted by the harmonious complexity of Brazilian composers, from the legendary Antonio Carlos Jobim to the visionary Marcos Valle. Their melodies and arrangements have been a constant source of inspiration, and I did my best to woven their genius into each track.

As you listen, you’ll witness the culmination of my studies in arrangement: the conservatory has been my classroom, and the knowledge I’ve gained has found its way into every nuanced detail of this EP.

So, without further ado, I invite you to indulge your senses in the beauty of these five songs. Experience the passion, the rhythm, and the soul that Latin music embodies. You can listen to the tracks on Bandcamp, where you have the option to purchase them and support this musical endeavor. Alternatively, you can stream them on Spotify and add them to your playlists.

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