Vytas Brenner - La Ofrenda De Vytas flac mp3
The lineup for this record consists on a standard rock band (keyboards, guitars, bass and drums), a joropo llanero outfit (harp, cuatro and maracas) and an orchestral percussionist (who also plays some Venezuelan percussions). This unusual lineup contributes to give a very distinctive and unique sound to Vytas' music which represents a blend of joropo (the modern symphonic style heavily influenced by Aldemaro Romero), jazz, blues and symphonic prog. in 1972 he found his own band La Ofrenda. The debut ''La ofrenda de Vytas'' was originally released on vinyl in 1973 by Suramericana and in 1999 Anes Records gave a worldwide opportunity for any listener to catch up with Brenner's music, re-releasing the album in CD format.
bajo licencia de Suramericana Del Disco Hecho y distribuido por Anes Records . Depósito Legal: FD 38999850.
Tormenta de Barlovento, 04:05. Canto del Pilon, 04:55.
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3. Tormenta de Barlovento. Diğer Vytas Brenner Eserleri. Tümünü Gör. Lo Maximo de Vytas Brenner.
Vytas Brenner (19 September 1946 – 18 March 2004) was a Venezuelan musician, keyboardist, guitarist and composer. He was born in Tübingen, Germany, but his family migrated to Venezuela in 1949 when he was 2 years old. His mother, Margarita Brenner, was an Opera singer. Brenner began his musical studies in Caracas at "Colegio Emil Friedman" school, a prestigious institution heavily oriented toward musical education
Vytas Brenner was born in Germany in 1947, but his family left for Venezuela when he was just a child. His musical career would start after his family moved again, this time to Barcelona, where Brenner formed the Vytas Brenner Quartet with his brother Haakon and local musicians Toti Soler and Jordi Sabatés. with the addition of singer Jeanette Dimech in 1966 they became Brenner's Folk, the origin of the more successful Pic-Nic, which continued without Vytas and Haakon when their. family returned to Venezuela
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