MP3 Abraham Gustin - La Casa de David
La Casa de David is the first album of the Composer & Visual Artist Abraham Gustin. This is a project which gathers a broad spectrum of his composition, going from the pop & rock music to the most beautiful and sublime instrumentals tracks.
12 MP3 Songs
LATIN: Latin Pop, EASY LISTENING: Instrumental Pop
Abraham Gustin was born in Caracas, Venezuela.
Gustin is an artist of a very wide spectrum, working as a visual artist and composer fot over 20 years. As the artist said: “For me, there is a renaissance artist who can develop different areas of expression to show his soul, in my case I am using notes and colors to express myself”
In the musical area he has had a very informal education. Very young he studied 1 year of Theory and Sol-fa in the "Juan Manuel Olivares" Conservatory. However, almost all of his education is empirical and self-taught, under the supervision of his father Benjamin Gustin, who was also a popular composer. Later, he took one year of harmony lessons with Gerry Weil, a reocognised venezuelan jazz player and composer. Then he took classes with the Italian piano player Mario Sampieri for 5 years.
"La Casa de David" is dedicated to his brother David Gustin.
General & Executive Production: Abraham Gustin
Arrangements: Franco Castellani.
Musical Production: Franco Castellani & Abraham Gustin.
Napoleón Pabón (Courtesy of Space Music Records).
Francisco Zapata (Courtesy of Cacao Música).
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In the Arts Abraham has develop a long and extensive career. "Purity of expression through color is the virtuosity of Abraham Gustin, a painter, a composer and man of the post-modern world. Rightly so, art writer Abdel Hernández has compared Gustin''s "new vocabulary" of painting to James Joyce''s and Thomas Mann singular literary achievements. Bringing his Venezuelan heritage to bear on abstract expressionism , the artist creates an inventive dialogue with the lushness of tropical and strong colors, with masterful, fluid brushwork. His paintings are charged with Latin beats rarely present in North America abstract painting. "His work conforms to the drafting of a perfect architecture", Hernández stated, "and that is something that sets him radically apart from the rest of neo-expressionism and Venezuelan abstract expressionists". By Diana Roberts, Manhattan Arts
You can have a look of his artistic work at https://www.tradebit.com
Cover Art: Abraham Gustin