Cinematic Tales

Martin Loyato

With Cinematic Tales, I intend to arouse the creativity of the listener with evocative, poignant and thought-provoking music. My hope is for the listener to immerse him/herself in the inventive and fertile world of their own minds.

With Cinematic Tales, I intend to arouse the creativity of the listener with evocative, poignant and thought-provoking music. Each piece attempts to allow the listener to let their minds run wild, while leaving the present for a moment. My hope is for the listener to immerse him/herself in the inventive and fertile world of their own minds, wherein the limitless power of imagination dwells.

The older we become, the farther away we seem to get from those moments of daydreaming that break the shackles of time. Like reading, I believe that music is one of the paramount ways to stimulate the imagination. Opening our minds this way can help us explore other dimensions of thought that can be uniquely ours.

I hope the music will touch the hearts of the listener and inspire many personal stories; leaving them in the hands of the power of wonders.

Martín Loyato

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Mozaik

Mozaik is composed of passionate musicians who combined their musical talents and passion to form a musical mix of Oriental, Latin, Cuban and Rumba Flamenca style.

Artists:

Paula Ruiz: Vocals Nizar Aintrazy: Lead Guitar Albert Ters: Guitar

Featuring guest artists:

Ziyad Sahhab: Oud on Volver Jean Madani: Bass Basem Aljaber: Double Bass on Malaguena Salerosa Fouad Afra: Drums Khaled Yasine: Percussions Ivan Gonzalez “ El Zurdo”: Percussions, Palmas on Magaluena Salerosa Antonio J Fernandez “ El Triana”: Palmas on Magaluena Salerosa Martin Loyato: Trumpet on Volando Voy Mohamed Breft: Violin on Tirititando de Frio Dasha Shahadeh: Keyboard on Caruso

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Involution

Martín Loyato

It is an electro-acoustic experimental ambient album that includes an international group of brilliant musicians from Argentina, Australia, Germany, Greece, Korea, Lebanon, Spain and USA. The instrumentation is a mixture of oriental and western instrument

Rooted in the Jazz language of improvisation, I try to create a personal, self-standing form of music that excludes any categories, created from the blending of multiple musical elements and from diverse cultures. My music is a mixture of simple and complex structures that moves from strict forms to complete freedom: making the texture of the music embody an imaginative development of sounds that originates from the moaning of indigenous flutes, screaming trumpet, oriental spices, to experimental electronic sounds. These sound-colors are in many ways interlinked giving the work an atmospheric landscape story.

I aim to compose music that somehow represents the interconnectedness of all of us regardless of race, combining music in the same way we blend with each other in everyday life, encompassing the ranges of emotional aspects, both joyful and painful. These fusion collages of styles draw me nearer to other people from different places and backgrounds. Understanding other cultural values through music enables me to emit through musical sounds: sympathy, compassion and love for all mankind.

Martín Loyato

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Syncretism

Martin Loyato

Mr. Loyato makes each track in this album a keenly original expression of soulful synergy, and at the same time, invite the listener to experience visions that are only limited by their imagination.

Martin Loyato's, Syncretism, is a brilliant ensemble of compositions that transport the listener to multidimensional realms of aesthetic experience. One can envision the transforming shapes of colors and mutating musical notes in each unique set of percussion and sound he presents. Some move the listener to fields of flowers, where tender offerings of affection are carried by the silent breezes, others bring forth images of primal emotions, unfettered by the rational mind, existing in their own spheres of pulsating energies. While the dedicated compositions permeate with the private, unique definitions of his admiration, and deep respect towards his fellow artists. Martin's selection of instruments, computer-generated electronics, and his superb compositional gift make each track on Syncretism a keenly original expression of soulful synergy, and at the same time, invite the listener to experience visions that are only limited by their imagination.

Georgia Poulianos

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Toorab

Jean Madani

Fusion of Middle Eastern Music and Jazz

Released May 13, 2017

All music by Jean Madani.

Vocals: Rola Azar, Abo Ghabi, Hisham Hallak, Ghenwa Abou Fayad Keys: Arthur Satyan, Nidal Abou Samra, Dasha Shehade, Tarek Yamani Guitar: Ramzi Ramman, Raed El Khazen Bass: Jean Madani Drums: Fouad Afra, Dany Shikri, Arno Oggerli Percussion: Salman Baalbaki, Nasser Salameh, Christopher Chahine, Ghassan Bouz Saxophone: Basel Rajoub, Nidal Abou Samra Trumpet & Flugelhorn: Martin Loyato Ney: Trad Trad Oud: Ziyad Sahhab Lyrics by Abou Firas El Hamadi

Produced by: Jean Madani & Khalil Chahine Mastered at Musigma in Berlin, Germany by Khalil Chahine Executive Producer: Farah Naboulsi

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Ya Layali - Rola Azar Sings Ziyad Sahhab -

Ziyad Sahhab

TRUMPET & FLUGELHORN

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Kalam Nawaem TV show

Recorded trumpet the Main Music Theme for the show

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