Vital (Fernando Otero album)

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Vital
Vital (album).jpg
Studio album by Fernando Otero
Released 2010
Recorded May 2009
Studio Legacy Studios in New York
Genre Contemporary Classical
Length 35:43
Label Harmonia Mundi
Producer Fernando Otero
Fernando Otero chronology
Material
(2009)Material2009
Vital
(2010)
Romance
(2013)Romance2013

Vital is an album by Argentine pianist, vocalist and composer Fernando Otero, recorded in 2008 and released on the Harmonia Mundi's World Village label.[1][2][3]

Reception[edit]

In 2010 Fernando Otero received the Latin Grammy Award for Best Classical Album for Vital.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All compositions by Fernando Otero.

  1. Nocturno - 2:09
  2. Aguaribay - 3:32
  3. Globalizacion - 2:23
  4. Siderata - 4:05
  5. La Abundancia - 4:00
  6. Danza Preludio 22 - 0:55
  7. Danza - 1:32
  8. Reforma Mental - 2:45
  9. La Casa Vacia - 6:20
  10. Noche Iluminada - 3:21
  11. Fin De Revision - 4:41

Personnel[edit]

  • Luciano Antinori – photography
  • Jeff Bush – trombone
  • Chris Colbourn booking
  • Nick Danielson – violin
  • Hector del Curto – bandoneon
  • Norberto Di Bella – drums
  • Scarlett Freund – design
  • Pedro Giraudo – acoustic bass
  • René Goiffon – executive producer
  • Ryan Keberle – trombone
  • Gonzalo Pujal Laplagne – photography
  • Luis Nacht – tenor saxophone
  • Fernando Otero – arranger, piano, producer
  • Eduardo Percossi – classical guitar
  • Jonathan Powell – trumpet
  • Inbal Segev – cello
  • Tom Swift – mastering, mixing, recording
  • Manuel Valdivia – project coordinator
  • Patricio Villarejo – cello

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] accessed April 15, 2016
  2. ^ [2] accessed April 15, 2016
  3. ^ [3] accessed April 15, 2016
  4. ^ "Fernando Otero Wins Latin Grammy Award". Nonesuch Records. November 15, 2010.