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The lowest-priced, brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Inhe joined the European Youth Orchestra. Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above fise required to play this audio clip. Rise by Raynald Colom CD. Raynald Colom – Interlude 1: Raynald was born in Vincennes France in The album can be defined as BAM music, Black American Music, a term used in by Nicholas Payton advocating a tighter musical concept expressing black identity to which Raynald Colom is akin.
Show more Show less. Powder Kega fabulous composition by Wayne Shorter, grows in intensity after a powerful start. It features the trumpet of Raynald Colom and a strong rhythm section with solos by Gregory Hutchinson which build up to a fast melody played by the trumpet and a splendid solo by Danny Grissett.
In Raynald was nominated as a young promise on the EuroDjango Awards.
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This piece, a tribute to the work of American composer Edward Ries begins with an intimate dialogue between bass and piano which grows in intensity until the appearance of the Fender Rhodes.
Like his first album My fifty-one Minutes Raynald Colom closes the album with a trumpet and electric piano duo playing an enchanting ballad, a version of The Peacocksa Jimmy Rowles composition first recorded inone of the tracks from the film Round Midnight made famous by pianist Bill Evans among others. In his family moved to Barcelona Spainwhere he continued his musical studies, and got some private tuition by Wynton Marsalis, Roy Hargrove and Kenny Barron.