Cymbals is an album by guitarist Vinicius Cantuária. Cantuária produced the album. He also wrote or co-wrote nine of the compositions. The album was recorded in New York and released in 2008.
On Cymbals, singer, songwriter, and guitarist Vinicius Cantuaria has once again taken the bossa nova from his native Brazil and stretched it to the breaking point. This album follows nearly two and a half years after the fine Silva, released in October of 2005.
This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 112/152 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Vinicius Cantuária. Vinicius canta Antonio Carlos Jobim.
Vinicius Cantuaria – Cymbals. Label: Naïve – WN 145133. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Producer – Vinicius Cantuária. Cello – Eric Friedlander. Percussion – Marivaldo Dos Santos.
Cymbals is a bossa nova music album recording by VINICIUS CANTUÁRIA released in 2007 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Acoustic Guitar – Marc Ribot Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Producer – Vinicius Cantuária Cello – Eric Friedlander Percussion – Marivaldo Dos Santos Piano – Brad Mehldau Tenor Saxophone – David Binney Trumpet – Michael Leonhart Violin – Jenny Scheinman. Naïve – WN 145133 (France). Thanks to snobb for the addition. Cymbals Koch Records 2008.
Vinicius Cantuaria - Chuva 04:43. Vinicius Cantuaria - Vivo Sonhando 02:44. Vinicius Cantuaria - Voce Esta Sumindo 04:39. Vinicius Cantuaria - Prantos 04:55. Vinicius Cantuaria - O Batuque 03:30. Vinicius Cantuaria - Ominira 04:21. Vinicius Cantuaria - Tua Cara 03:31. Vinicius Cantuaria - Champs de Mars 02:57. Vinicius Cantuaria - To You 01:33. Silva - Vinicius Cantuaria. Indio de Apartamento - Vinicius Cantuaria. Samba Carioca - Vinicius Cantuaria. Nu Brasil - Vinicius Cantuaria. Lagrimas Mexicanas - Vinicius Cantuaria.
Unlike previous albums, Cymbals was recorded entirely in New York.
Vinicius Cantuaria, Cymbals. You could trawl through acres of supposedly "sexy" Brazil chill albums without finding tracks as good as the 11 songs on this entirely delightful album from itarist Cantuaria. The album opens with the irresistibly breezy Galope, which boasts the kind of feelgood hook you wish "commerical" pop writers had the wit to create. The title reminds us that Cantuaria began his professional career as a percussionist; each groove is exquisitely nuanced (and often played by the artist himself), and there are few superfluous notes.