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Paulo Sa - Brazilian Things

By Mandolin Cafe
January 21, 2010 - 8:15 am

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Paulo Sá -  Brazilian Things

Paulo Sá - Brazilian Things

Brazilian master mandolinist and composer Paulo Sá's new recording Brazilian Things has been released and is available on CD Baby.

Sá is a founding member of the Rio de Janeiro based modern Choro ensemble, Rio Trio, and former columnist to Mandolin Quarterly and holds both masters and doctorate degrees in Brazilian Popular Music from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

Ela Só Diz Que Não Sabe
Mês De Maio
Tupi Guaraná
Como As águias
Hoje É Dia De Festa
Coisas Brasileiras
Nau Frágil
San Diego
Sol De Estio
Rai-kai Baião
The New: Vic Is Coming

Additional information:
Paulo's MySpace Video page
Genre: Latin, Brazilian, jazz
Released: January, 2010
Purchase: From amazon.com


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January 21, 2010 11:17 PM
So great to hear new music from Paulo. He is really on the cutting edge of what is happening with Brazilian Choro, and specifically with the mandolin in Brazil. This is a real extension from what he was doing with the more classical sounding Rio Trio, with a great Brazilian groove, incorporating a wide swath of genres, mixing in some electric instruments, but still solidly based in the choro and samba sound. Very cool!!
Al Bergstein
August 01, 2010 01:43 PM
Superb playing. Well worth purchasing this CD if you are into Brazilian music.
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