Romero Lubambo & Leny Andrade Duet On Jobim’s Dindi

by chipboaz on November 22, 2016

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Each different instrumental combination frames musicians in a different light, and one of my favorites has to be the duet. It’s completely exposed, stripping away typical elements of genre, leaving just the strengths – and weakness – of the two musicians on stage. The success of the performance relies completely upon the creativity, ability, and interaction of those two musicians. It’s their ability to see the possibilities inherent in their musicality and their willingness to take paths less traveled.

That’s why I was so thrilled to find this video of two masters of Brazilian music performing one of my favorite songs from the legendary Antonio Carlos Jobim. Guitarist Romero Lubambo has long been a sign of excellence in Brazilian music, impressing the music world with his command of the country’s music as well as a strong fluency in jazz. Vocalist Leny Andrade is recognized as a top interpreter of Brazilian Jazz, often consider the “Ella Fitzgerald” of Brazilian music. Combining all this experience and expertise on stage, the two musicians deliver a intimate and insightful version of “Dindi” that can’t be missed.

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