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Subjects Info
RD: 2022-04-22
Label: Persona Editorial Ltd
Fileunder: Jazz / Latin / Chanson
Bahía is a beautiful mix of classical cello and vocals, drawing on Cuban son, samba, bossa nova, tango, jazz and chanson. It opens with ‘Habana’, where she was born 26 years ago to a musical family - her father acclaimed Chilean pianist Carlos Maza and her mother Cuban guitarist Mirza Sierra. The title track ‘Bahia’, is an ode to the district in Havana where she spent her childhood and built her memories, translating the crazy sensation of Cuba into her music. The album travels through Latin America – ‘Huayno’ is based on a Quechua rhythm and dance from Peru, ‘TodoIrá Bien’ (‘Everything will be fine’), written during lockdown, draws on Cuban son and ‘Astor Piazzola’ on tango, which she composed originally for a quartet in celebration of the centenary of the Argentinian composer.

The album was recorded acousBcally in Barcelona in one take: “direct, simple, sincere in one go, one afternoon was enough”. For Ana Carla it is a post-pandemic album where the importance of the present cannot be overstated. For example, there is no sub-text in ‘PeBtFrançais’: “At one point I was in Paris, going to a café, the Saint-Regis, and exchanging love-letters with a boy.” That is all.
Track list
1Ana Carla MazaLa Habana
2Ana Carla MazaBahia
3Ana Carla MazaAstor Piazzolla
4Ana Carla MazaTodo Ira Bien
5Ana Carla MazaLe Petit Francais
6Ana Carla MazaHuayno
7Ana Carla MazaLes Choses Simples
8Ana Carla MazaA Tomar Cafe
9Ana Carla MazaMiram Valdes

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