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Pedro Soler|Barlande

Barlande

Pedro Soler & Gaspar Claus

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A flamenco guitar and a cello... a father and his son. Barlande is a demonstration of the talent that runs deep in the veins of this family fusion... it is a musical lava. The fire of Pedro Soler's flamenco embarked in Gaspar Claus' four tense strings is far from clichés and far from preconceived ideas. The discussion between the two men is colourful, powerful yet both calm and furious. An atypical duo for a hypnotic record. © MZ/Qobuz

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1
Insomnio Mineral (Rondeña)
Gaspar Claus
00:06:05

Pedro Soler, performer & composer - Gaspar Claus, performer & composer

2011 InFiné 2011 InFiné

2
Guajira Borrachita (Guajira)
Gaspar Claus
00:03:32

Pedro Soler, performer & composer - Gaspar Claus, performer & composer

2011 InFiné 2011 InFiné

3
Barlande (Seguiriya)
Gaspar Claus
00:07:21

Pedro Soler, performer & composer - Gaspar Claus, performer & composer

2011 InFiné 2011 InFiné

4
Caminos
Gaspar Claus
00:02:52

Pedro Soler, performer & composer - Gaspar Claus, performer & composer

2011 InFiné 2011 InFiné

5
Caballitos De Mar (Alegria)
Gaspar Claus
00:04:43

Pedro Soler, performer & composer - Gaspar Claus, performer & composer

2011 InFiné 2011 InFiné

6
Sueños Indecisos (Tientos)
Gaspar Claus
00:07:44

Pedro Soler, performer & composer - Gaspar Claus, performer & composer

2011 InFiné 2011 InFiné

7
Rostro Descolorido (Saeta)
Gaspar Claus
00:03:57

Pedro Soler, performer & composer - Gaspar Claus, performer & composer

2011 InFiné 2011 InFiné

8
Encuentro En Brooklyn (Minera) [feat. Bryce Dessner & Sufjan Stevens]
Gaspar Claus
00:09:22

Pedro Soler, performer & composer - Gaspar Claus, performer & composer

2011 InFiné 2011 InFiné

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A flamenco guitar and a cello... a father and his son. Barlande is a demonstration of the talent that runs deep in the veins of this family fusion... it is a musical lava. The fire of Pedro Soler's flamenco embarked in Gaspar Claus' four tense strings is far from clichés and far from preconceived ideas. The discussion between the two men is colourful, powerful yet both calm and furious. An atypical duo for a hypnotic record. © MZ/Qobuz

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