Otras Tierras new Cd – English presentation

The music of Otras Tierras is an exploration of new aspects of flamenco and chill out music. On the wings of this strong moods the musical project has been conceived and developed by Fabio Armani and Miguel Fernandez, two composers of different belongings and musical culture.

Miguel is a flamenco guitar virtuoso of Argentine origins, that starting from the deep knowledge of the techniques and styles of the Flamenco tradition, composes and plays his innovative music.

The complementary aspect of Otras Tierras music is provided by the musical personality of  Fabio, more jazz and electronic oriented, in which the searching for new sounds and new forms of arrangement characterize the more innovative and modern side of the Ensemble.

This new CD, called OPEN DOORS, has been produced by the DIFFERENT LANDS label.

In the Open Doors  CD a set of new compositions is presented:

  1. Gardens of Babylon (4.39)
  2. Mystical Duende (4.41)
  3. Fuente Nueva (3.42)
  4. Water Cirrus (5.23)
  5. Open Doors (2.36)
  6. Cloud Forest (3.42)
  7. Dancing in Red Shadows (2.32)

The music of OTRAS TIERRAS is performed by the following musicians:

Fabio Armani      piano, keyboards, sampling, percussion, programming
Miguel Fernandez
     flamenco & fretless guitars, charango.
Luca Ciarla      violin, and electric violin
Abdalla Mohamed
     flutes & arabic percussion (riqq, darbukka, doholla, duff e sagat)
Flavio Ferrari      fretless bass

All tracks mixed and mastered at TANGRAM 7 Studio. All rights reserved.



Cloud Forest  performed by OTRAS TIERRAS


~ by migfern on October 29, 2011.

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