El Angel.Oscar Feldman El Angel (Songosaurus 724781)
Argentine saxophonist Feldman has a field day trading Day trading
Establishing and liquidating the same position or positions within one day's trading. eights with such notables as Cuban saxophonist Paquito D'Rivera Paquito D'Rivera (born 4 June, 1948) is a Cuban alto saxophonist, clarinetist and soprano saxophonist. Biography
Paquito was a child prodigy. He started learning music with his father Tito Rivera at the age of 5, who was a well-known classical saxophonist and conductor in , Brazilian trumpeter Claudio Roditti, and countryman Gato Barbieri on this impressive solo debut. Featured on alto, tenor, and soprano, Feldman boasts a bright-edged tone and charts melody-wise, sinuous sinuous /sin·u·ous/ (sin´u-us) bending in and out; winding.
bending in and out; winding. solo lines on catchy fare like his own "Chachablu" and Lennie Tristano's bopish "Wow," on which he engages in a blazing duet with D'Rivera. The session's rhythm section is an all-star assemblage, with Venezuela native Ed Simon on piano, and a largely Peruvian rhythm section, featuring bassist Oscar Stagnaro, drummer Alex Acuna, and label head Richie Zellon on guitar. Tracks like Argentine composer Carlos Franzetti's "Mambo Tango," featuring Barbieri, and "Candombe pa'los Shakers," featuring Uruguayan keyboardist Hugo Fattoruso on the ceremonial drums of his small country, help underscore the viability of a jazz approach to a truly Pan-American program that includes such jaunty jaun·ty
adj. jaun·ti·er, jaun·ti·est
1. Having a buoyant or self-confident air; brisk.
2. Crisp and dapper in appearance; natty.
b. Genteel. Feldman originals as "Viva Belgrano de Cordoba cor·do·ba
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[American Spanish córdoba, after Francisco Fernández de Córdoba (1475?-1526?), Spanish explorer.]
Noun 1. ," a joyous combination of modern jazz and modern mambo rhythms.
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