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Tania Maria: Intimidade

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Nowadays the word “intimacy” refers more often to carnal relations, but it actually comes from the Latin word for “innermost,” with its suggestion of that which is most personal and essential.

In her notes for this latest release, veteran Brazilian jazz pianist and vocalist Tania Maria says she finds this intimacy in music.

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