Concerto (Brazil) "Daniel Murray himself, whose inspiration as a composer together with his work of interpreter makes him one of the most important guitarists of his generation, here besides sensitive partners: percussionist Marilyn Mazur and flautist Michala Petri".
BRAZILIAN LANDSCAPES Michala Petri - Recorder, Daniel Murray - Guitar, Marilyn Mazur - Percussion. Release OUR Recordings. Imported. R $ 99.60
In the Brazilian musical scene of the twentieth century, two names are fundamental references: Heitor Villa-Lobos and Tom Jobim. We could say that the first, on the classical music field, and the second, in the brazilian popular music, but that would be imprison them in definitions that, in the end, do not ac-count for the diversity of their work (and with which both would not agree). Villa-Lobos, after all, drank in folk music as inspiration, just as Tom Jobim extracted from Debussy, as well as from Villa-Lobos, innovations in the language of Brazilian popular music. It is from this dialogue that the disc speaks-not only with Villa's works (as a selection of Choros) and Jobim (Olha Maria), but also with oth-er authors that show how, in Paulo Bellinati's words, we have in Brazilian music "a two-handed way that was generating a third ": Egberto Gismonti, Hermeto Paschoal, Antonio Ribeiro - and Daniel Murray himself, whose inspiration as a composer together with his work of interpreter makes him one of the most important guitarists of his generation, here besides sensitive partners: percussionist Marilyn Mazur and flautist Michala Petri.(Camila Fresca, Concerto(BR) September 2017
So, the first one on the website and this one from the PDF are from Camila Fresca and the same maga-zine "Concerto". They are also owner of one of the CD's shops selling this record "Loja Clássicos".