The material here was recorded for the Verve and MPS labels, and this two-disc, import retrospective of the work of legendary pianist Oscar Peterson is not only representative, but solid from top to bottom, showcasing many of his finest moments on wax in both live and studio recordings with his great trio of Herb Ellis and Ray Brown as well as in other settings. This is as fine an introduction as there is and, for the money, simply cannot be beaten.
Read and learn. PA SABER DE FLAMENCO 3 is a sample of the best flamenco in all ages, classic and contemporary. It is also a good choice, affordable and quality of the various moods of flamenco. It is also, as he read the classic slogan, a bunch of bottled Andalusia. For the listener to understand as a people worth celebrating and joy, tears and joy is expressed. In the voice of the top performers today as Paco de Lucia, flamboyant Prince of Asturias Prize, Tomatito, Manolo Sanlúcar and Carmen Linares. But not forgetting the classics of this art as Mairena, Caracol, Bambino, The Paquera de Jerez or Juanito Valderrama. Shrimp And of course, that has marked the development of contemporary flamenco. To learn, to know and to recognize, that is, recognize, rediscover. Because the world is already well known; what remains to be discovered are the emotions. The heart, our heart.
If ever there were a recording that should be played in small doses, it's this one! Alan Hovhaness' serene, metaphysical, meditative music can send you into a near trance-state or, depending on the work, into a rage. Working with the principles of oriental art and mysticism, Hovhaness creates musical cells of exquisite beauty and then, coming from that same paradigm, repeats them seemingly endlessly.