Bèo dạt mây trôi - Trần Mạnh Tuấn (Drifting blossoms, floating clouds - Tran Manh Tuan)

Bèo dạt mây trôi - Trần Mạnh Tuấn
Drifting Blossoms, Floating Clouds - Tran Manh Tuan 2008
Vietnamese Folk/Smooth Jazz/Saxophone | 1CD | WAV | CBR 1411 Kbps | 567 MB
or MP3 | 320 Kbs | 116 MB
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A fusion of modern jazz with traditional Vietnamese melodies, performed by Tran Manh Tuan (saxophonist), Vietnam's first Berklee graduate.

Tran Manh Tuan was born in Hanoi on May 7th to a family with a tradition in the performing arts. His father, mother and sister are all stage performers of the traditional "Cai Luong" (The Renovated Theater), a theatrical art based on song and dance, created in the South of Vietnam.

Yet he found his own musical love in jazz and has responded by becoming one of the leaders of the Vietnamese jazz movement.
While Tuan plays Jazz, Pop, R&B, his favorite is a combination of traditional Vietnamese music and contemporary music that brings to the music-loving public a feeling of unity and a common language. This music evokes love, breath and happiness.

So far Tuan has released 8 solo CDs, and has collaborated with many well-known Vietnamese singers. He has received many music awards for his talent and for taking the voice of Vietnam and Vietnam TV and also for his performances to students.
He has performed in many countries including France, Germany, the United States, Holland, Russia, China, Thailand, Singapore, and many more. He also had chances to meet & perform with Drummer Manu Cache, composer and pianist Rob Mullins, Singer Stephan Echer, Singer Co Co York, pianist Mike Del Frerro, Six Sun Band, We We We Band, the Bill Head Trio, Infolio Band, Jazzisimo Band, Mezcal Jazz Unit, Bassist Harvie S, Saxophonist Hans Dulfer, Saxophonist Fulvio Albano, Felix Slovacek Big Band, Guitarist Alfred Simms-Protz, singer Jennifer Ryan, pianist John Ferguson, recently with Herbie Hancock & Wayne Shorter when they have been visited Viet Nam,Dana Leong Band, Adam Klipple & Drive by Leslie Band and others.


1 Drifting Blossoms, Floating Clouds (Beo Dat May Troi)
2 Fragrant Flowers, Flirty Butterflies (Hoa Thom Buom Luon)
3 As I Was Crossing The Bridge (Qua Cau Gio Bay)
4 Cai Mon Ballad (Ly Cai Mon)
5 Learning Against The Boatside (Ngoi Tua Man Thuyen)
6 The Bridge - Crossing Ballad (Dieu Ly Qua Cau)
7 PLease Stay, Don't Leave (Nguoi Oi Nguoi O Duong Ve)
8 South Vietnamese Lullaby (Ru Con Nam Bo)

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