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Luz de la Noche [Light of the Night]
     

Luz de la Noche [Light of the Night]

by Florencia Ruiz
 
Renowned on the international music scene since the early 2000s, ethereal-voiced Argentine vocalist Florencia Ruiz made her U.S. debut with this hypnotic, richly textured collection, whose powerful emotional dynamics are driven by matching her exquisite Spanish vocals to a swirl of jazz, new age, classical, orchestral, and worldbeat influences. See more details below

Overview

Renowned on the international music scene since the early 2000s, ethereal-voiced Argentine vocalist Florencia Ruiz made her U.S. debut with this hypnotic, richly textured collection, whose powerful emotional dynamics are driven by matching her exquisite Spanish vocals to a swirl of jazz, new age, classical, orchestral, and worldbeat influences. Luz de la Noche (Light of the Night) is comprised of mostly short, several-minute thematic pieces that translate in English to such concepts as "We'll Enlighten" (the dramatic, sweeping opener "Albumbraremos"), "It Isn't" (the contemplative "No Está"), "Maybe" (the graceful vocal-acoustic guitar-violin trio "Por Ahi"), "Winter" ("Invierno," a haunting Enya-like trip through the season), and "Childhood" (the folk-classical meditation "Niñez"). The singer also gives her wider audience a glimpse of where she's headed creatively by calling the next-to-last track "El Futuro, Flor" ("The Future, Flor"), which fluctuates between classical dreaminess and booming percussion, horn, and electric guitar-fired sections. Ruiz's wild eclecticism might not appeal to purists who think Latin singers should focus on their indigenous music -- but she makes a compelling case for following a joyfully schizophrenic muse.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/20/2011
Label:
Adventure Music
UPC:
0823421106720
catalogNumber:
1067
Rank:
305071

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Florencia Ruiz   Primary Artist,Guitar,Electric Guitar,Ukulele,Vocals
Hugo Fattoruso   Piano
Jaques Morelenbaum   Cello
Diego Sánchez   Cello
Carlos Villavicencio   Synthesizer,Percussion,Piano,Keyboards,Hammond Organ,Electric Piano
Victor Skorupski   Bass Clarinet
Ariel Minimal   Electric Guitar
Pablo Agri   Violin
Andres Ruiz   Drums
Facundo Guevara   Percussion,Triangle
Elizabeth Ridolfi   Viola
Julián Gandara   Cello
Juan Quintero   Vocals,spanish guitar
Mintcho Garrammone   Electric Bass
Mono Hurtado   Contrabass (Vocal)
Juan Scalona   Trombone
Álvaro Suárez Vazquez   French Horn
Alejandro Moffardin   Electric Bass
Momoko Aida   Violin
Miguel Pagliarulo   Drums
Marcos Cabezaz   Percussion,Vibes
Juampi Di Leone   Flute
Jerónimo Izarrualde   Drums
Javier Cárdenas   Viola
Iván Tkachuk   Electric Bass

Technical Credits

Eduardo Chermont   Engineer
Carlos Villavicencio   Arranger,Director,Programming,Producer
Osvel Costa   Engineer
Oscar Gimenez   Engineer
Norberto Villagra   Engineer
Maria Camillo   Graphic Design,Adaptation
Florencia Ruiz   Composer
Facundo Rodriguez   Engineer
Mauro Taranto   Engineer
Lorena Cisneros   Vocal Coach

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