June 24, 2002 The talented Cuban pianist Omar Sosa is known for his willingness to experiment with different musical forms. NPR's Felix Contreras reviews his new album, Sentir, and says Sosa explores the African influences on Cuban music.
June 6, 2002 Felix Contreras reviews a new CD from Cuban piano player Omar Sosa. It's called Sentir and it explores the complex rhythms of Cuba's Santeria music. Our reviewer Felix Contreras says this record reminds us that the piano is just another percussion instrument. (4:30) Sentir, by Omar Sosa, is on Ota records. See http://www.melodia.com/omar/.
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