On their stunning new instrumental guitar masterpiece, Guitar Noir, San Francisco’s Aqua Velvets combine their now signature sound with a variety of musical nuances influenced by some of their favorite film music composers of the ’50s and ’60s to create a new body of work that continues to explore and shape the sound of modern instrumental music. The perfect soundtrack for a ’90s film noir, the rhythmically seductive Guitar Noir sets the scene for smoky nightclubs, pri…
The soundtrack to Tangaria Quartet captures every moment of every song in the film in high quality audio recording format. A perfect compliment to the film! Richard Galliano: Tangaria Quartet was recorded live during Jazz In Marciac on August 6, 2006. Tangaria features the music of its world-renowned members – Richard Galliano, Alexis Cardenas, Philippe Aerts, and Rafaël Mejias, as well as their special guest, Hamilton de Holanda on mandolin.
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“Luz Negra is a travel, a story of emotions in color, the musical tale of a life made of meetings, of shared passions by discovering new countries with different lights, climates and rhythms.” — Richard Galliano, São Paulo, September 2006Richard Galliano is known as the master of accordion. Inspired by his mentor, Astor Piazzolla, Galliano turned a popular instrument into a universal one. Galliano composed Luz Negra under the influence of Latin-American melodies while recording in…
“Love Day embraces the ever-present feeling of Love for music and for the people who matter to me and accompany me in life…day after day.” – Richard Galliano
With Love Day, Richard Galliano, the most prominent French jazz musician of today, continues his journey of human and musical encounters. Recorded in April 2008 at the legendary Capitol Studios in Los Angeles, Galliano, who is dedicated to mixing jazz with accordion sounds, is joined by artists that he has m
Richard Galliano, the world famous jazzman and accordion maestro, is releasing a new album “10 Years Ago”. This album illustrates Richard Galliano’s constant interest in collaboration and experimentation. The album partners Galliano with the undersung but brimming-hot Brussels Jazz Orchestra on nine Galliano compositions and Astor Piazolla’s “Michelangelo 70.”