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 Un Día Cualquiera, pianist Harold López-Nussa’s second release represents a musical vantage point with force and innovation. He tells this story—his story—with drama, heartfelt emotion and consummate skills. “Every time I return to Cuba, I feel something special—not just a connection with my family and friends, but with the place itself. This is where my music comes from, what it talks about.” For Un Día Cualquiera, Lopéz-Nussa sticks to his core trio, with his younger brother Ruy Adrián López-Nussa on drums and percussion, and bassist Gaston Joya—a group the pianist first convened a decade ago in Cuba. Harold López-Nussa’s music reflects the full range and richness of Cuban music, with its distinctive combination of classical, folkloric and popular elements, as well as its embrace of jazz improvisation and interaction.

 López-Nussa chose the new album’s title, which means “Just Another Day,” because, he said, “the idea is to put the music and the trio together in a studio and just play, the way we three do every day, any day—like a concert in the living room of your house.”

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Un Día Cualquiera

Harold Lopéz-Nussa

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Cimarrón 3:52

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Danza de los Ñañigos 4:30

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Una Tarde Cualquiera En Paris (to Bebo Valdes) 4:49

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Preludio (to Jose Juan) 3:29

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Elegua 5:06

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Hialeah 3:33

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Ma petite dans la Boulangerie 3:56

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Y la Negra Bailaba 4:01

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Conga Total / El Cumbanchero 3:39

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Contigo en la Distancia 5:48

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Mi Son Cerra’o 4:47

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

 Un Día Cualquiera, pianist Harold López-Nussa’s second release represents a musical vantage point with force and innovation. He tells this story—his story—with drama, heartfelt emotion and consummate skills. “Every time I return to Cuba, I feel something special—not just a connection with my family and friends, but with the place itself. This is where my music comes from, what it talks about.” For Un Día Cualquiera, Lopéz-Nussa sticks to his core trio, with his younger brother Ruy Adrián López-Nussa on drums and percussion, and bassist Gaston Joya—a group the pianist first convened a decade ago in Cuba. Harold López-Nussa’s music reflects the full range and richness of Cuban music, with its distinctive combination of classical, folkloric and popular elements, as well as its embrace of jazz improvisation and interaction.

 López-Nussa chose the new album’s title, which means “Just Another Day,” because, he said, “the idea is to put the music and the trio together in a studio and just play, the way we three do every day, any day—like a concert in the living room of your house.”

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