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Balada para Brumadinho by Emiliano Sampaio

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Album Title: Music for Large Ensembles Vol II
Label: Sessionwork Records
Released: 2020

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About the Album

“Balada para Brumadinho” is a homage to all the Brazilians who lost everything in the tragic events that occurred in Brumadinho city. I hope this will never be forgotten, and that those responsible will repair the damage they have caused to the people, and to the region as a whole.

Track Listing

For Astor; The Gard Nilssen Pattern; Afrika; Jet Lag; Naked Tree; Balada para Brumadinho; Mr. Tappler; Relax.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Simon Kintopp: trombone (6); Johannes Oppel: trombone (6); Karl Rossmann: trumpet (6); Zan Cesar: trumpet (6); Michael Lagger: piano (6); Michael Leitner, Isabella Sedlaczek, Andreas Semlitsch, Anna van der Merwe, Iulia Ioanas, Yanet Infanzon, Darja Vasovic, Alyona Pynzenyk, Miona Vujovic, Nicolas Jose Sanchez Gilabert: violin (1,3,8); Anita Gnamus, Cristina Arandes, Jao Kotaro, Meng Jung: viola (1,3,8); Charlotte Hirschberg, Fernando Trigueros, Katja Finsel, Gustavo Rodriguez: cello (1,3,8).

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Date featured

February 22, 2020

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