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Stefano Bollani deals again with romance

In 2008, Stefano Bollani declared his love for Brazilian music with the album Carioca.

By Max Dembo | Video of the Day | August 8, 2018

Ten years later, he is continuing the romance, this time with his own compositions. Alongside the Milianese pianist, we have great representatives of Brazilian music, such as Jorge Hedler on the double bass, Jurim Moreira on the drums, Armando Marçal and Thiago da Serrinha on percussion. And finally, the big-name guests, Caetano Veloso, João Bosco, Jaques Morelenbaum and Hamilton de Holanda. In short, it is a mouthwatering cast-list, making for some equally delicious music. What's particularly magical is the way that Bollani manages the gap between his native boot and faraway Brazil. Throughout Que Bom, he creates, alongside his collaborators, a meaningful original, with all the charms of a music whose subtle roots lie owe as much to Veloso, as to a nostalgia-tinged Nino Rota.


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