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A conversation with Stan Getz, a saxophonist who is in the pantheon of jazz and bossa nova combined: this is what French saxophonist and composer Sylvain Rifflet offers. A dialogue concentrated around Focus, an album by Stan Getz that married a string quartet and a jazzy ensemble. It is this spirit that guides Sylvain Rifflet's approach, who adds a Brazilian guitar to the ensemble. The least for this return to Ipanema.
When the times start to shout loudly, Lucas Santtana decides to whisper in its ear. To get the message across, the Brazilian singer and electro ace has left his mixing desks behind and turned to minimalist bossa nova in the footsteps of Joao Gilberto. A simple acoustic guitar, and his warm and clear voice calling on Brazilians to keep their hands to themselves.