Tigre Banda Magda
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- 1Tam Tam03:36
- 3Ase Me Na Bo: Overture01:21
- 4Ase Me Na Bo04:21
- 5Muchacha (Ojos De Papel)03:43
- 6Vem Morena02:52
- 7Chanson Lev04:24
- 8Reine de Bois03:45
- 9Le Tigre Malin: Narration01:34
- 10Le Tigre Malin03:38
- 11Le Tigre Malin: Reprise00:40
Info for Tigre
For their third album, Banda Magda assembles a multi-cultural cast and crew of musicians, cinematographers, engineers, and visual artists to create the multi-disciplinary work TIGRE. Drawing from the musical heritage of countries such as Greece, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, France, Mali, and Zimbabwe, TIGRE is comprised of orchestral music and songs, sung in four different languages, by greek-born singer, bandleader, and composer, Magda Giannikou.
Magda Giannikou, piano, accordion & vocals
Mika Mimura, vibes, marimba, glockenspiel, xylophones & vocals
Marcelo Woloski, percussion & vocals
Keita Ogawa, percussion & vocals
James Shipp, percussion & vocals
Ignacio Hernandez, guitar & vocals
Petros Klampanis, upright bass & vocals
Haggai Cohen-Milo, upright bass
Or Bareket, upright bass
Andres Rotmistrovsky, electric bass
Michael League, acoustic guitar & vocals
Bobby Lanzetti, electric guitar
Jordan Perlson, drums
Chris Bullock, tenor saxophone, flute, clarinet & vocals
Mike Maher, flugelhorn, trumpet & vocals
Juan Andres Ospina, piano & vocals
Justin Stanton, keyboards
Produced by Magda Giannikou & Fab Dupont
Led by greek-born singer, accordionist, film scorer and composer Magda Giannikou, Banda Magda moves from baiao to jazz manouche, from Greek dance rhythms to samba beats. Their songs, sung in French (with forays into six other languages), hearken back to the golden age of Brazilian bossa, the best of cinematic arranging, and the lush chic of vintage French pop, all while drawing on the band’s global background. Trained in film scoring at Berklee, Giannikou’s film music finesse has won her awards and caught the attention of everyone from Kronos Quartet to Louis CK (she sang a duet with CK for the comedian’s TV show).
Live, Banda Magda bursts with humor and quirky sensibility, powered by a unflagging energy. The New York-based group unites an Esquivel-loving vibes player from Japan; an Argentinean jazz guitarist, a Nagasaki-born percussionist with contemporary classical cred; a hand drummer with every South American rhythm at his fingertips; and a rock-solid Greek multi-instrumentalist/bassist, all led by the sweet-voiced Giannikou. Together, these close musical friends turn Giannikou’s songs into engaging romps that have won them a spot with Carnegie Hall Musical Explorers Series, as well discerning venues like Joe’s Pub, Celebrate Brooklyn, Millenium Stage-Kennedy Center, The Jefferson Center and more.