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El Cumbanchero by Mark Weinstein

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Album Title: El Cumbanchero
Label: Jazzheads
Released: 2011

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Fiona's Comments

Tune gallops along, full of happiness and light. Mark's talent with flute is on full display here, and Arun's compositions just sing with lyrical flavor. Masterful large ensemble piece. Jazz from the Glen Ridge, NJ scene.

About the Album

Personnel: Mark Weinstein (flute), Arun Ortiz (piano & arrangements), Yunior Terry (bass), Mauricio Herrera (timbales), Yusnier Snchez Bustamante (conga), Francisco Salazar (violin), Everhard Parades (violin), Samuel Marchn (viola), and Brian Sanders (cello).

Track Listing

El Cumbanchero; La Mulata Rumbera; Doña Olga; Aruancó; Av. Pinto Tapiro; Perla Marina; Armoniosos De Amalia; Danzón De Liz; Contigo En La Distancia.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Mark Weinstein: concert flute, alto flute, bass flute; Aruán Ortiz: piano; Yunior Terry: bass; Mauricio Herrera: timbales, conga, guiro; Yusnier Sánchez Bustamante: conga (1, 2, 4); Marc Szammer; violin (3, 7- 9); Elena Rojas Crocker: violin (3, 7-9); Francisco Salazar: violin (1, 2, 6); Everhard Parades: violin (1, 2, 6); Samuel Marchán: viola; Aristides Rivas: cello (3, 5, 7-9); Brian Sanders: cello (1, 2, 6).

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January 17, 2012

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