Entre dos Mundos


Band : Omar Acosta
Title : Entre Dos Mundos

CD of the band of Omar Acosta “Terra Ensamble” (2010)

“Entre Dos Mundos of  Omar Acosta, reflects in a truthful way the current muticultural reality of a sound artist of our times, without excuses, with brutal honesty, and ‘colored’ equally with deep seriousness and humor(..)”

Pedro Eustache. Multidirectional soloist of flutes and composer.



CD information:

  1. Calypso de Callao:  2:04′
  2. Gaia 7:52′
  3. Sevillanas Criollas 3:20′
  4. Merengue Rucaneao: 4:08′
  5. Bolero Halloween 8:32′
  6. Oriol 6:00′
  7. Terra 13: 02′
  8. Alma llanera 3:00′









Merengue Rucaneao: 4:08′

(Venezuelan merengue. Omar Acosta.)

Voices: Carolina Prieto, Fabiola González Moreno, Omar Acosta y Carlos Tález / Flute theme: Omar Acosta/Flute (improvisation) Pedro Revilla Violin: Ernesto Briceño/Cello: Miguel Rosell/ Cuatro: Jesús González/ Guitar: Leonardo Oporto/ Electric bass: José Vicente Muñoz/ Drums and minor percussion: Carlos Franco.

This rhythm of mocho beat, penetrated the taste of Caracas from its beginnings in the first half of the twentieth century, and continues to this day still in force, motivating approaches from other musical aspects such as academics, jazz, ska or rap.

 Calypso de Callao:  2:04′

(calipso.Omar Acosta)

Flute: Omar Acosta/ Violin: Lisbeth Leal/ Cello: Miguel Rosell/ Cuatro: Leonardo Oporto/ Electric double bass: José Vicente Muñoz/ Bumbac. Pan: Carlos Tález/ Drums and minor percussion: Carlos Franco.

 Alma llanera 3:00′

Music: Pedro Elías Gutiérrez

Arrangement: Omar Acosta

Flute: Omar Acosta/ Flamenco Guitar: Jesús Pimentel/ Cuatro: Daniel Luzardo/

Drums: Carlos Franco/ Bass: Jose Vicente Muñoz/ Cello: Miguel Rosell / Maracas : Carlos Talez

 This is a very particular version of Omar from this famous joropo-style Venezuelan folk song, whose music was composed by Pedro Elías Gutiérrez based on a text by Rafael Bolívar Coronado.[1] It is considered as the second national anthem of Venezuela. It was born as zarzuela and was released on Septiembre 19, 1914

Terra 13: 02′

Flute and WX5 (oboe, synthesized sounds): Omar Acosta/ Guitarra flamenca: Jesús Pimentel/ Cuatro y guitarra eléctrica: Daniel Luzardo/ Bajo: José Vicente Muñoz/ Cello: Miguel Rosell/ Cantaor: Antorrin Heredia/ Percusión afro-venezolana y voz: Carlos Tález/ Cajón flamenco: Victor Monje/ Palmas: Nuria Cazorla/ Batería y percusión menor: Carlos Franco.

 Gaia 7:52′

Flauta y WX5 (oboe, sonidos sintetizados)/ Flamenco guitar: Jesús Pimentel / Cuatro and electric guitar: Daniel Luzardo / Bass: José Vicente Muñoz / Cello: Miguel Rosell / Singer: Antorrin Heredia / Afro-Venezuelan Percussion and voice: Carlos Tález / Cajón flamenco: Victor Monje / Palmas: Nuria Cazorla / Drums and minor percussion: Carlos Franco.

 Oriol 6:00′

Flute: Omar Acosta / Guitar: Jesús Pimentel / Bass: José Vicente Muñoz / Piano: Daniel Amat / Bongos, and timbales: Ildemaro Díaz / Drums and congas: Carlos Franco

 Bolero Fantasmal 8:32′

Flute and electronic sequences: Omar Acosta / Electric guitar: Daniel Luzardo / Mandolin: Ricardo Sandoval / Piano and solo synthesizer: Miguel Simancas / Trumpet: Oscar Cordero / Double bass: Julio Andrade / Bongos and Congas: Ildemaro Díaz / Pies Flamenco: Israel Vivancos / Voices of Jaleos and palmas: Angelica Leiva (Tremen), Franco Bianco / Jaleo macarra: Alex Gonzalez

Sevillanas Criollas 3:20′

Flutes and four: Omar Acosta / Flamenco guitar: Jesus “Cuchus” Pimentel / Castanets, palms, tambourine: Nuria Cazorla / Maracas and tinaja: Carlos Franco / Bass: Jorge Cerrato “Jato” / Piano: Pablo Rubén Maldonado

All music and arrangements by Omar Acosta, except: Alma LLanera, composed by Pedro Elias Gutierrez (1870-1954).

Guitar in Terra y Gaia  by Jesus (Cuxus) Pimentel.






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