Sheu Pettit Duo play Brasilerinhas by Assad

Sheu Pettit Guitar Duo

The Sheu Pettit Guitar Duo, Connie Sheu and Adam Pettit, playing Conversa de Botequim, the third movement of Clarice Assad’s Brasilerinhas. This comes via the great Guitar Salon International and their YouTube Channel. Guitars: 2005 Pepe Romero Jr.; 1994 Miguel Rodriguez ‘Centenario’. “Brazilian-American Clarice Assad is a Grammy-nominated composer, pianist, and vocalist of musical depth and ability.  Described by the San Francisco Chronicle as “a serious triple threat”, Assad is equally comfortable as a performer and band leader. (bio)” She’s also the eldest daughter of Sergio Assad whom I’m sure you already know of from the Assad Brother’s duo… Cool piece, zippy and full of Latin rhythms but with some interesting writing as well.

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