Dom Salvador, (born 1938 in Rio Claro) stage name of Salvador da Silva Filho, is a Brazilian jazz/MPB pianist most notable for his Rio 65 Trio that featured the Brazilian jazz drummer Edison Machado and bassist Sergio Barrozo. He also did tours of Europe with musicians like Sylvia Telles. In May 1976, he recorded his one and only American jazz album, "My Family," for Muse Records in New York City
Album · 1968 · 12 Songs. Dom Salvador Dom Salvador. Listen on Apple Music.
Dom Salvador is an award-winning Brazilian jazz pianist, composer, and arranger. Dom Salvador plays MONK happens this THURSDAY the 12th at the legendary "jazz church" Minton's in Harlem. Its a special show by a Brazilian Music and Jazz Legend (soon to be 80!). The concert is part of a Latin Jazz Series happening every Thursdays at Minton's. Minton's is the real deal, a true New York Experience. The concert is one of the outcomes of a lot of hard work brought by a group of "dreamers with a can do attitude " reunited around Dom Salvador 's art. Come check it out at Minton's 206 West 118th Street! Dom Salvador Quartet plays Monk
Dom Salvador – piano and accordion Luiz Carlos – drums and vocals Rubão Sabino – bass Oberdam P. Magalhães – Alto sax and flute Serginho – trombone Darcy – trumpet and flugelhorn José Carlos – guitar Nelsinho – percussion and vocal Mariá – vocal. Artistîc direction – Ian Guest Photography – Franklin Correâ.
Album by Dom Salvador. was sampled in. The Unfallen Kingdom by Gramatik (2009). Music Takes Me Up by Mr. Scruff feat.
Artist: Dom Salvador. Album: Dom Salvador, 2017.
|Moeda, Reza E Cor|
|Folia De Reis|
|O Tempo Será Tua Paz|
|Be By My Side|
|Cantiga Por Luciana|
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