Ginga: a Brazilian way to Groove
August 24, 2018 (No Comments) by Ganved14

Boemia – Heitor dos Prazeres

“Brazilian music in all its forms has enjoyed tremendous popularity in recent years, especially among jazz musicians who appreciate its rhythmic complexity coupled with its harmonic sophistication.”

So begins a lovely exposition on the most subtle aspect of Brazilian rhythmic grooves by pianist/flutist (and member of the Flute Journal editorial board), Jovino Santos Neto entitled: Ginga: a Brazilian way to Groove.

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