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Cordeone - Latchi Raisa
Latchi Raisa
Artist: Cordeone
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 03/31/2023
UPC: 3560530406927

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Cordeone, world famous accordionist, with original and musical compositions, presents his 1st album in the Jazz / Swing style.Cordeone: of Portuguese origin, he is based in New York and spends half of the time in New York and the other half of the time in FranceLatchi Raïsa means Bon voyage in the gypsy language. It was his friend Marcel Loeffler (great accordionist in the Traveler community) who baptized him after listening to him. This name takes on it's full meaning when you know that the name of a city in the world has slipped into each title of the album.The formation is made up of Cordeone on accordion, Portuguese guitar and vocals, Samson Schmitt on lead guitar, Gabriel Bonnin on violin, Giovanni Colletti on double bass and Sylvain Prince on accompaniment guitar. Also invited were his friends Costel Nitescu on the violin and Marcel Loeffler on the accordina."An accordionist that I have spotted for some time now. Quirky and musical." Richard GallianoCordeone - accordion, Portuguese guitarGabriel Bonnin - violinSylvain Prince - rhythm guitarGiovanni Colletti - double bassSamson Schmitt - lead guitarCostel Nitescu - violinMarcel Loeffler - accordina