During the summer 2018 we played in some beautiful places. Here are some pictures and some music form our concerts. We are always happy to play in such wonderful locations.
A classic Christmas song
In this video Anna D’Acunto (vocals) and Leo Ravera (piano) play Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. The song was performed for the first time in 1944 by Judy Garland for the picture Meet Me in Saint-Louis. This tune is a classic Christmas song, but it’s different from others of the kind because it’s tender and melancholic.
From 1968 Samba Festival
Salsamba trio plays a song from the Brazilian guitarist and composter rasiliano Baden Powell entitled Lapinha. The song classified as the best song at 1968 Samba Festival.
A Cuban bolero made famous by Nat King Cole
Quizás, Quizás, Quizás is a song from the Cuban composer Osvaldo Farrés and performed among the others by Nat King Cole. In this recording SalSamba trio features the saxophone player Alberto Benicchi.
A Swing tune from the fabulous twenties
SalSamba trio plays an old American song from the roaring twenties, at the beginning of the swing era. The song is entitled I’ve Found a New Baby and was written by Jack Palmer and Spencer williams. The song’s rhythm is truly irresistible.
Salsamba trio, the first CD
The compilation dedicated to Brazilian music. SalSamba Trio plays Antonio Carlos Jobim, Baden Powell, Joao Gilberto, Marcos Valle, Luiz Bonfa, Palmer-Williams. Inspired by the historical trios of the Brazilian tradition like Zimbo Trio and Trio Da Paz, SalSamba trio possesses a clear and accurate sound supported and exalted by the strong rhythms of Brazilian popular music.
SalSamba Trio meets Alberto Benicchi, Minha Saudade
In this recording SalSamba trio features the saxophone player Alberto Benicchi. The band plays some typical songs of the SalSamba trio repertoire like Quizas Quizas Quizas, Cha Cha Guere, Once I Loved and some Brazilian-flavoured songs composed by Coleman Hawkins like Stumpy Bossanova, Clouds, Samba Para Bean. Complete the CD Lou’s Blues by Lou Donaldson and Minha Saudade by Joao Donato, the song that gives its title to the album