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  • Paquito dRivera Group - Jazzwoche Burghausen 1994

    43:01

    - To Brenda with Love
    - Blues for Astor
    - I Remember Dizzy
    - Who's Smoking
    - Alma Llanera

    Paquito d'Rivera - alto sax, clarinet
    Diego Urcola - trumpet
    Mike Orta - piano
    Oscar Stagnaro - bass
    Carlos Carli - drums

    25. Internationale Jazzwoche Burghausen 1994, Germany

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  • Vana Gierig Group feat. Paquito DRivera - Jazzwoche Burghausen 2012 fragm.

    15:00

    00:00 - To Brenda With Love
    11:28 - Healing In Foreign Lands (fragm.)

    Vana Gierig - piano
    Paquito D'Rivera - clarinet,
    Matthew Parrish - bass
    Marcello Pellitteri - drums
    Vinicius Barros - percussion

    43. Internationale Jazzwoche Burghausen, Wackerhalle, Germany, March 17, 2012

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  • A music lesson with Paquito DRivera

    5:41

    This time Paquito shares with us some of his concepts about music. Jazz articulation, swing feel and dynamics.
    Are you interested on 12 Technical Studies on Phrasing, Articulation and Style?
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  • Paquito D’Rivera 70 | WDR Funkhausorchester | Wayne Marshall

    2:3:43

    Der Kosmopolit Paquito D’Rivera präsentiert gemeinsam mit dem WDR Funkhausorchester ein Kaleidoskop seiner Lieblingsstücke: Dafür verfrachtet er Mozarts berühmtes Klarinettenkonzert nach New Orleans, importiert brasilianische Rhythmen sowie Piazzolla-Tangoklänge und lässt mit Daniel Freibergs »Latin American Chronicles« ein musikalisches Panorama Argentiniens lebendig werden. Eine Aufzeichnung vom 22.02.2019 aus dem Kölner Funkhaus, Wallrafplatz.

    00:07:23 Paquito D’Rivera - The Elephant And The Clown

    00:21:03 John Klenner, Vernon Duke, Cole Porter - Auswahl aus »Charlie Parker With Strings«:
    I. Just Friends (Jimmy Carroll, Arr.)
    II. April In Paris
    III. What Is This Thing Called Love
    (Jimmy Mundy, Arr.)

    00:33:58 Daniel Freiberg - Latin American Chronicles
    I. Panorámicas
    II. Diálogos
    III. Influencias

    00:58:36 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart/ Paquito D’Rivera (Arr.) - Adagio In New Orleans Style aus dem Klarinettenkonzert KV 622

    01:0515 Astor Piazzolla - Piazzolla Suite
    I. Revirado (Daniel Freiberg, Arr.)
    II. Oblivion
    III. Libertango (Pedro Giraudo, Arr.)

    01:26:00 Daniel Freiberg (Arr.) - Brazilian Fantasy
    I. Corcovado (Tom Jobim)
    II. Doce De Coco (Jacob do Bandolim)
    III. Um A Zero (Pixinguinha & Benedito Lacerda)
    IV. Estamos Aí (Maurício Einhorn & Durval Ferreira & Regina Werneck)

    Paquito D’Rivera, Klarinette und Saxofon
    Andy Miles, Klarinette
    Daniel Freiberg, Klavier
    Omar Rodriguez Calvo, Bass
    Rodrigo Villalón, Percussion
    WDR Funkhausorchester
    Wayne Marshall, Leitung

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  • Paquito DRivera Sextet plays Friday Morning Live @ North Sea Jazz Festival 1991

    10:39

    Paquito D'Rivera Sextet ft percussionist Giovanni Hidalgo plays 'Friday Morning' Live @ North Sea Jazz Festival 1991

    Ignacio Berroa on drums

  • Paquito DRivera live with orchestra

    4:14

    Paquito D'Rivera on alto sax, playing in front of latin band + orchestra; live on a PBS special called Americanos.

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  • Paquito Drivera

    8:15

    Bern Jazz Fest.1992
    Paquito is a great man for the quotes.
    See how many you can hear!

  • PAQUITO D´RIVERA - Prikitimpimpom

    3:21

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    CONCIERTO LAS HERMANAS MARQUEZ & PAQUITO D' RiVERA - PARAMPAMPAM¡¡ CONCIERTO EN DIRECTO 2004

    Este documento sonoro se grabó en el año 2004. La coordinación de esta presentación estuvo a cargo del saxofonista Paquito D'Rivera, quien vio la importancia de conservar el patrimonio de las voces y canciones que las hermanas, que representaban el estado social de Cuba y su cotidianidad por las décadas de los 40 y 50. Con ella grabó el álbum de 2003 titulado Paquito D'Rivera presenta Las Hermanas Márquez. Y también fue quien tuvo la iniciativa de grabar este concierto en Tenerife.
    Paquito D'Rivera (Francisco de Jesús Rivera Figueras) (Marianao, La Habana, 4 de junio de 1948) es un músico cubano de jazz, clarinetista y saxofonista alto, tenor y soprano.

    Apasionado tanto del jazz como de la música clásica, uno de los principales objetivos de su obra es hacer del primero parte integrante de la segunda.

    Le acompañan en el escenario:

    Paquito D'Rivera -- Saxo
    David Oquendo -- Guitarra
    Alex Alvear -- Bajo
    Fernando Favier -- Percusiones
    Beatriz Hernandez -- Coros

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  • Paquito DRivera & Claudio Roditi - Brasil - 1985

    41:35

    Paquito D'Rivera (Cuba)- Sax, Flute
    Claudio Roditi (Brasil, RJ) - Trumpet, Fluguelhorn
    Michel Camillo (Republica Domenicana) - Piano
    Sérgio Brandão (Brasil) - Bass
    Portinho (Brasil, RS) - Drums

    Live at 150 Night Club (Hotel Maksoud Plaza, São Paulo - SP - Brasil).

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  • Paquito D`Rivera & Oriente Lopez.

    6:35

    Paquito D`Rivera & Oriente Lopez.

  • Paquito DRivera... Some of my instruments Master Class Vol. 2

    8:54

    This time Paquito will share with us his knowledge about the saxophones, performance tips, instruments and mouthpiece references and the history behind his instruments collection.

    If someone said that my soul is twisted, it would not be very far from the truth, because after so many years, it has taken the form of something that is an inseparable part of it, the wonderful Saxophone.

    Si alguien dijera que tengo el alma torcida, no estaría muy lejos de la verdad, pues después de tantos años, ha tomado la forma de algo que es parte inseparable de ella, el maravilloso Saxofón.

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  • Paquito DRivera... Some of my instruments Master Class Vol. 3

    9:57

    This time Paquito will share with us his knowledge about the clarinets, performance tips, instruments and mouthpiece references and the history behind his instruments collection.

    The liquorice Stick, or “El Palo Prieto” in Spanish, is the way that with a mixture of humor and respect saxophonists often called the clarinet, an instrument that, by complicated and unpredictable, inspires them with some unease and in many cases even rejection. The popularity of the soprano saxophone in the 1960s, thanks mainly to John Coltrane, served as a relieve for many saxophonists, who were spared from the clarinet, which Frank Wess jokingly claimed was invented by five men who never met.
    Paquito D’Rivera

    El Palo Prieto, o “Liquorice Stick”en Inglés, es como con una mezcla de humor y respeto suelen llamar los saxofonistas al clarinete, un instrumento que por complicado e impredecible, les inspira cierto temor y en muchos casos hasta rechazo. La popularidad que adquirió el saxofón soprano en los sesentas, gracias principalmente a John Coltrane, sirvió de respiro a los saxofonistas, que se vieron librados del clarinete, al que Frank Wess afirmaba jocosamente que “fue inventado por 5 hombres que jamás se conocieron”.

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  • Paquito DRiveras Panamericana Ensemble - Panamericana - Newport Jazz

    9:37

    Paquito D'Rivera's Panamericana Ensemble - Panamericana
    Recorded Live: 8/12/2007 - Newport Jazz Festival - Newport, RI
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  • Paquito DRivera ft. Claudio Roditi - 1 Umbria Jazz 1989

    19:33

    Umbria Jazz Festival: Perugia, Italy, 07.10.1989

  • To Brenda with Love - Paquito dRivera

    7:10

    9.- To Brenda with Love - Paquito d'Rivera

    Album: A Night in Englewood - Paquito d'Rivera & The United Nation Orchestra.
    July, 1993

  • Paquito DRivera & Dizzy Gillespies Big Band - Serenata -

    10:34

    Very good bigband music with a nice classic touch! (Danilo Perez on piano)

  • Paquito DRivera & Trio Corrente - Jarasum Jazz Festival 2014

    6:36

    Description파키토 드리베라 & 트리오 코렌테 Paquito D'Rivera & Trio Corrente - Cebola no

    Frevo

    2014. 10. 3(Fri) Jazz Island, Jarasum Int'l Jazz Festival

    Paquito D'Rivera (saxophone/clarinet)
    Fabio Torres (piano)
    Paulo Paulelli (electric/acoustic bass)
    Edu Ribeiro (drums)

  • Paquito DRivera and Berta Rojas play Recuerdos de Ypakarai

    3:57

    Paquito D'Rivera and Berta Rojas - In the Footsteps of Mangore/ Tras las Huellas de Agustin Barrios - Teatro Coliseo - Buenos Aires, Argentina. September 2011. Recuerdos de Ypakarai by Demetrio Ortiz arranged by Edin Solis

  • Paquito D Rivera

    9:02

  • Paquito D Rivera - On Green Dolphin Street

    6:54

    Taken from the 2007 CD release: [Blowin']. Originally released as Columbia LP in 1981. Enjoy!

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  • Contradanza, Paquito DRivera

    3:26

    Contradanza by Paquito D'Rivera
    Version for 2 clarinets and piano by the composer.

    Paquito D'Rivera and Jorge Montilla, clarinets
    Dario Eskenzi, piano

    Release CD Aires Tropicales
    Caracas Clarinet Quartet, featuring
    Paquito D' Rivera, clarinet, saxophone
    and composer.

    Jorge Montilla, Eb clarinet
    Orlando Pimentel, Bb clarinet
    Victor Salamanqués, Bb and Alto clarinets
    Carlos Bello, bass clarinet

    Teresa Carreño Theater
    Caracas, Venezuela

  • Snow Samba - Paquito dRivera

    6:32

    1.- Snow Samba - Paquito d'Rivera

    Album: A Night in Englewood - Paquito d'Rivera & The United Nation Orchestra.
    July, 1993

  • Paquito DRivera - Song for Maura

    6:57

    From the Chesky Records release - Tico Tico
    Available as a high res download from HDTracks.com:

    Many American musicians think of Carmen Miranda, La Bamba, or La Cucaracha as Latin music. They don't think South American music is very serious. I made this album to demonstrate how to play Latin American rhythms and their application into the language of jazz music. - Paquito D'Rivera

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  • Paquito DRivera - Caravan

    8:01

    Paquito D'Rivera (born 4 June 1948 in Havana, Cuba) is a Cuban alto saxophonist, clarinetist and soprano saxophonist. The winner of multiple Grammys and other awards, D'Rivera has lived in the United States since the early 1980s. He has worked in a variety of contexts, but is perhaps best known for playing Latin jazz.


    Paquito D'Rivera (Francisco de Jesús Rivera Figueras) (Marianao, La Habana, 4 de junio de 1948) es un músico cubano de jazz, clarinetista y saxofonista alto, tenor y soprano.
    Apasionado tanto del jazz como de la música clásica, uno de los principales objetivos de su obra es hacer del primero parte integrante de la segunda.


    From the album : Paquito D'Rivera - Habanera

    Tracklist / Lista de las canciones:

    1. Afro
    2. Habanera
    3. Birks Works
    4. 3 Preludes (arr. F. D'Rivera): No. 1. Allegro ben ritmato e deciso
    5. 3 Preludes (arr. F. D'Rivera): No. 2. Andante con moto e poco rubato
    6. 3 Preludes (arr. F. D'Rivera): No. 3. Allegro ben ritmato e deciso
    7. Variations on I've Got Rhythm and Cuban Overture
    8. Alborada y Son
    9. Moon Dance No. 1
    10. Wapango
    11. Caravan
    12. Vals Venezolano
    13. Moon Dance No. 2
    14. Lecuonerias

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  • Paquito DRivera Habanera

    2:43

    The Habanera is one of the oldest musical styles in Cuba, although it is said to have originated among navigators who sailed across the Atlantic from the port of Cadiz to the beautiful city of La Habana. They were called Habaneras de Ida y Vuelta, and for a long time a large annual festival of Habaneras is celebrated in that Andalusian city. Originally written for three clarinets in B flat, the present was my first musical composition at the age of 13, in my student days at the music conservatory of my hometown in Marianao, La Habana.

    La Habanera es uno de los estilos musicales más antiguos de Cuba, aunque se dice que tiene sus orígenes entre los marinos que surcaban el Atlántico en barcos que hacían la travesía del puerto de Cádiz a la bella ciudad de La Habana. Les llamaron “Habaneras de Ida y Vuelta”, y durante mucho tiempo se celebra un gran festival de Habaneras que tiene lugar en dicha ciudad andaluza. Originalmente escrita para tres clarinetes en si bemol, la presente fue mi primera composición musical a los 13 años, en mis días de estudiante en el conservatorio de mi barrio natal en Marianao, La Habana.

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    Paquito D'Rivera, Bb clarinet
    Juan Ruiz, Bb clarinet
    Diana R. Alvarez, Bass clarinet

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  • Vana Gierig Group feat. Paquito DRivera - Jazzwoche Burghausen 2012 fragm. 1

    14:59

    00:00 - Making Memories
    10:53 - Texting White Driving (fragm.)

    Vana Gierig - piano
    Paquito D'Rivera - clarinet
    Matthew Parrish - bass
    Marcello Pellitteri - drums
    Vinicius Barros - percussion

    43. Internationale Jazzwoche Burghausen, Wackerhalle, Germany, March 17, 2012

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  • Paquito DRivera: Ladies in White

    9:52

    La pieza Ladies in White (Damas de Blanco), de Paquito D'Rivera —dedicada a un grupo de mujeres cubanas que demanda la excarcelación de sus parientes injustamente encarcelados— fue encargada por la Foundation for Iberian Music y debutó en el Ellebash Recital el 3 de mayo de 2010.

    Ladies in White, para clarinete, cello y piano
    Compuesta por Paquito D'Rivera
    Paquito D'Rivera: clarinete
    Alex Brown: piano
    Dana Leong: violoncello

    Filmada, con las mejores intenciones y una cámara flip, por Alexis Romay.
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    Paquito D'Riveras Ladies in White, a piece dedicated to a group of Cuban women who peacefully demand the release of their unjustly incarcerated relatives, was commissioned by the Foundation for Iberian Music and was premiered at the Elebash Recital on May 3rd, 2010.

    Ladies in White, for clarinet, cello and piano
    Composition by Paquito D'Rivera
    Paquito D'Rivera, clarinet
    Alex Brown, piano
    Dana Leong, violoncello

    Filmed, with the best of intentions and a flip camera, by Alexis Romay.

  • Paquito DRivera & WDR Big Band - To Brenda with Love

    6:36

    Paquito D'Rivera (born 4 June 1948) is a Cuban alto saxophonist, clarinetist and soprano saxophonist.

  • Paquito DRivera Chano Dominguez - Quartier Latin.COMPLETO.

    1:35:18


    Concierto realizado en el Teatro Real De Madrid, Chano Dominguez: Piano,Paquito D´rivera: Saxofón alto y Clarinete,Angá Díaz: percusión,Marc Miralta: Batería, Mario Rossy: Contra Bajo,Israel Suárez Piraña: Percusión Falmenca.

  • Paquito DRivera - I Remember Diz / A Night in Tunisia

    7:25

    Paquito D'Rivera with Alex Brown live at WBGO's Yamaha Piano Salon series

  • Paquito DRivera & Chano Dominguez - I remmember Dizzy

    7:48

    Paquito D'Rivera & Chano Dominguez
    Quartier Latin

    Teatro Real - Madrid - 2006

  • Paquito D Rivera - Libertango Official Video

    10:19

    Paquito D'Rivera rinde homenaje a Astor Piazzolla con esta sensacional versión de Libertango en el nacimiento de Clazz Continental Latin Jazz como festival de Jazz Latino en Barcelona en el año 2011.

  • MERENGUE-JAZZ WITH PAQUITO DRIVERA IN CURACAO

    2:08

    Bossa Nova Jazz,...Salsa Jazz....Bolero jazz.....TUMBA Jazz...and of course there is also the MEREGUE-JAZZ...

  • Paquito DRivera - Paquitos Samba

    4:51

  • Paquito DRivera - Danzón - World Music Group

    6:01

    El ganador de 14 Grammy's y mayor exponente del Latin jazz, Paquito D'Rivera, con su tema Danzón (Memories)

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  • Paquito DRivera and the United Nation Orchestra Blues For Astor

    6:36

    Cuba-born and New York-based saxophonist and clarinet player, Paquito D'Rivera has balanced a career in Latin jazz with commissions as a classical composer and appearances with symphony orchestras. Classical New Jersey wrote, whether playing Bach or post-bop, D'Rivera's mastery of the instruments and their expressive capabilities is unquestionable. D'Rivera inherited his understanding of music from his father, Tito, a classical saxophonist and conductor. At the age of five, D'Rivera began being tutored in musical theory by his father. Within a year, he was playing well enough to be paid as a musician. By the age of seven, he became the youngest musician to endorse a musical instrument (Selmer saxophones). Three years later, he performed with the National Theater Orchestra of Havana. Although he initially played soprano saxophone, D'Rivera switched to the alto after teaching himself to play via the book, Jimmy Dorsey Saxophone Method: A School of Rhythmic Saxophone Playing. Strengthening his knowledge of music and playing techniques, D'Rivera began studying at the Havana Conservatory of Music in 1960. In 1965, D'Rivera became a featured soloist with the Cuban National Symphony Orchestra. After playing the Cuban Army Band, D'Rivera joined with pianist Chu Chu Valdez to found the Orchestra Cubana de Musica Moderna. D'Rivera served as the band's conductor for two years. In 1973, D'Rivera joined with eight members of the Orchestra Cubana de Musica Moderna to form a band, Irakere. The group, which fused jazz, rock, classical and traditional Cuban music, became the first post-Castro Cuban group to sign with an American record label. Together with the band, D'Rivera toured throughout the world and became a top-rated jazz ensemble. In 1979, the group joined with American jazz and rock performers for a music festival, Havana Jam, that was recorded and released the following year. In 1981, D'Rivera defected from Cuba and moved to the United States. Before long, he was playing with such American musicians as Dizzy Gillespie, David Amram and Mario Bauza. According to Bauza, D'Rivera is the only musician I know on the scene playing the real Latin jazz, all others are playing Afro-Cuban jazz. D'Rivera's debut solo album, Paquito Blowin', released in June 1981, was followed by Mariel, a year later. Time magazine wrote, the bopped-up, romantic, salty and sensuous jazz that he makes recognizes no real political boundary. It has roots equally in the hothouse Latin rhythms of his homeland and in the high flying horns of Charlie Parker, John Coltrane and Lee Konitz. In 1988, D'Rivera was invited to become a charter member of Gillespie's fifteen-piece all-star group, the United Nations Orchestra. The same year, he was a guest soloist with the National Symphony Orchestra for their world premier performance of Roger Kellaway's David Street Blues at the John F. Kennedy Center. D'Rivera continued to be involved with a variety of projects. In addition to performing with the Paquito D'Rivera Big Band, the Paquito D'Rivera Quintet, a chamber music group, Triangulo, and a calypso and salsa band, the Caribbean Jazz Project, he began to accept commissions to compose for chamber groups and orchestras. In 1989, he composed New York Suite for the Gerald Danovich Saxophone Quartet. Five years later, he composed Aires Tropicales for the Aspen Wind Quintet. The piece has subsequently been performed by at least four quintets.

    In 1997, D'Rivera's album, Portraits of Cuba, received a Grammy award as Best Latin Jazz Performance. During the summer of 1999, D'Rivera collaborated with Germany's Chamber Orchestra Werneck in a series of programs, D'Rivera Meets Mozart. D'Rivera is artist-in-residence for the New Jersey Performing Arts Commission and artistic director in charge of jazz programming for the New Jersey Chamber Music Society. His autobiography, My Saxual Life, is scheduled to be published by the Spanish literary house, Seix Barral, with a novel, En Tus Brazos Morenos, scheduled to follow shortly afterwards. The album Live at the Blue Note appeared in the spring of 2000, and Habanera followed in early 2001. In 2001 D'Rivera released the Clarinetist, Vol. 1, his first recording to rely exclusively on the strengths of its woodwind namesake. 2002 saw the release of Brazilian Dreams, a live recording featuring the New York Voices and trumpeter Claudio Roditi. It was followed by the swinging Big Band Time in 2003, Music of Both Worlds, a Tribute to Cal Tjader and Riberas in 2004 and the Jazz Chamber Trio in 2005. ~ Craig Harris, All Music Guide

  • Walter Gorra Group feat. Paquito DRivera and Diego Urcola - Entre Amigos

    4:56

    Excited to present a new danzón entitled 'Entre Amigos,' or 'Among Friends,' written for some special musicians and friends. Special thanks to Paquito D'Rivera for his contagious enthusiasm and love of the art!

    Featuring:
    Paquito D'Rivera - Soprano Saxophone (
    Diego Urcola - Valve Trombone
    Greg Tanner Harris - Vibraphone
    Gonzalo Teppa - Bass (
    Manuel Lopez - Drumset and Percussion
    Walter Gorra - Piano and Composition
    Mark Johnson - Mixing and Audio Engineering
    Diana Alvarez - Video Editing
    Juan Ruiz - Production


  • Paquito dRivera, Bandoneon — Camerata Pacifica

    5:12

    Recorded live, and unedited, at Camerata Pacifica's November, 2012 performance at Zipper Hall of the Colburn School, Los Angeles — Bridget Kibbey performs Paquito d'Rivera's Bandoneon

    Camerata Pacifica is a chamber music ensemble based in Santa Barbara that performs a monthly series of concerts in Santa Barbara, Ventura, San Marino, and Zipper Hall in Downtown Los Angeles. Founded by Adrian Spence in 1990, the group is composed of the finest performers of chamber music from around the world. The ensemble is distinctive for artistic excellence, an innovative approach to classical music and a repertoire that ranges from baroque to brand new, from familiar masterworks to works that have yet to become favorites.

  • Paquito DRivera - Waltz for Moe

    7:01

    Disco Blowin' (1981)

  • Paquito D`Rivera - Wapango

    4:58

    from Paquito D`Rivera - Celebration (1987)

    Paquito D`Rivera (clarinet)
    Giovanni Hidalgo (congas)
    Lincoln Goines (electric bass)
    Roger Kellaway (acoustic piano)
    Joel Rosenblatt (drums)
    ........plus Strings





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  • Paquito dRivera - A Rá

    6:54

    Album: Brazilian Dreams
    Album Artist: Paquito d'Rivera
    Artists Taking Part: Paquito D'Rivera Feat. New York Voices and Claudio Roditi
    Song: A Rá
    Year: 2002
    Genre: Latin

  • Paquito DRivera & Michel Camilo - Just Kidding

    7:32

    !Genius Paquito D'Rivera!

  • Paquito DRivera Quintet.avi

    6:43

    Night in tunisia...Paquito D'Rivera 5TET @ Detroit Jazz Fest 2011
    Paquito D'Rivera
    Diego Urcola
    Oscar Stagnaro
    Mark Walker

  • Paquito D Rivera & Berta Rojas - Prelude in C Minor

    3:12

    Prelude in C Minor by Agustín Barrios Mangore. Arranged by Mauricio Pinchi Cardozo Ocampo. Live performance at the Central Bank in Asunción - Paraguay. September 26, 2012.
    Video realized by Aura Audiovisual.

  • Composer Portrait: Paquito DRivera

    2:16

    Paquito D'Rivera talks about his composition Conversations with Cachao. The piece will be performed by American Composers Orchestra on January 29th, 2010 at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, NYC, and on January 30th, 2010 at the Annenberg Center for the Performing arts at UPenn.
    Video produced by Jeremy Robins. For more information, go to

  • Paquito DRivera & Makoto Ozone...To Brenda with Love

    6:19

    Paquito D'Rivera & Makoto Ozone in Japan playing To Brenda with love.


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  • Memories HugoSax

    4:24

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  • Paquito DRivera - Carola

    1:50

    From the Chesky Records release - Tico Tico
    Available as a high res download from HDTracks.com:

    Many American musicians think of Carmen Miranda, La Bamba, or La Cucaracha as Latin music. They don't think South American music is very serious. I made this album to demonstrate how to play Latin American rhythms and their application into the language of jazz music. - Paquito D'Rivera

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  • Vitral Sax Quartet AFRO by Paquito D Rivera

    5:00

    Afro is an original arrangement from Paquito D' Rivera for VSQ including a piano part played by Dr. Adonis Gonzalez and Paquito D' Rivera on the Soprano Sax.

  • Paquito DRivera - Desafinado

    4:53

    From Brazilian Dreams.

    Lyrics:

    Love is like a never ending melody,
    Poets have compared it to a symphony,
    A symphony conducted by the lighting of the moon,
    But our song of love is slightly out of tune . . . .

    Once your kisses raised me to a fever pitch,
    Now the orchestration doesn't seem so rich,
    Seems to me you've changed the tune we used to sing,
    Like the bossa nova love should swing . . . .

    We used to harmonize two souls in perfect time,
    Now the song is different and the words don't even rhyme,
    'Cause you forgot the melody our hearts would always croon,
    What good's a heart that's slightly out of tune?

    Tune your heart with mine the way it used to be,
    Join with me in harmony and sing a song of love,
    We're bound to get in tune again before too long,
    There'll be no Desafinado when your heart belongs to me completely
    Then you won't be slightly out of tune, you'll sing along with me!

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